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CHRONOLOGICAL 

REGISTER 



OF BOTH 



HOUSES 



or THK 



3BrtttJ5|^ i^arltament 

From the Union in 1708, 



TO THE 



THIRD PARJUAMBNT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT 

BRITAIN AND IRELAND, 
IN 1807. 



rssz 



Bir 



ROBERT BEATSON, LL.D. 



IN THREE VOLUMES. 



VOL. II. 



Honnont 

PAINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ANDORMl, 
PATERNOSTER-ROW. 

1807. 











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GENERAL CONTENTS OF THE WORK. 



I. ^ L I s T of a// the Fakliamehts^ with the several Alterations 

wbicb have happened by Deaths^ Preferments^ and undue 
EleSiions^ from tbe Union in 1708, to the First Session of 
the Third Parliament of tbe United Kingdom of 
Great Britain a/r// Ireland iVr 1837. 

II. jin Alphabetical List of all tbe Counties, Cities, andBo^ 

RouoHs, shewing tbe Time they first began to send Members , 
and their Rights ofEle&i^n^ as decided by tbe House. 

III. y^n Account of all the Co tuTKOvzKT Ei^ Elections, with the 

several Determinations concerning tbem^from tbe lyb cfELi^ 
z A B E T H, to tbe present Time. 

IV. An Alphabetical List of all the Members, and their Country 

Seats^ shewing tbe several Counties^ Cities^ or Boroughs, 
vtbich they have represented, 

V. Tbe Heads of the Statutes irow in Fdrce, concerning Ele&ions. 

VI. A List of the Peers ^England, who have sat in Parlia . 

ment^ from the Union with Scotland in 1708, to 1807. 

VII. ji List of the Scots Peeks, who have been returned to all 

tbe Parliaments since the \J v 10 s with Scotland in 1707. 

VIII. ^Lisr of the Irish Peers who have been returned to the 
United Parliament of Gke at Bkitain and Ireland, since 
tbe Union in 1800. 



THE ELEVENTH PARLIAMENT 
Of GREAT BRITAIN, constituted by the Unioiu 



Met, 

Session z, November 14, 1754, 

Session 2, November 13, 1755, 

Session 3, December 2, 1756. 

Session 4, December i, 17 57^ 

Session 5, November 23, 1758, 

Session 6, November 13, 1739^ 

Session 7, November 18, 1760, 

Arthur Onslow, esq. Speaker— Surrey. 

Dissolved, March 20, X76i. 



Prorogmed, 

April 25, 1755. 
May 27, 17X6. 
July 4, 1757, 
June 20, 1758. 
June 2, 1759. 
May 22, 1760. 
March 18, 176X1 



TWELFTH PARLIAMENT. 



Session i. 
Session 2, 
Session 3, 
Session 4, 
Session 5, 
Session 6, 



Met, 

November 25, .1762, 
November 15, 1763, 
January 10, 1765, 
December 17, 1765, 
November 11, 1766, 
November 24, 1767, 

Sir John Cust» bt. Speaker— Grantham. 

Dissolved, March 12, 1768. 



Prorogued, 

April 19, 1763. 
April 9, 1764. 
May 13, 1765. 

une 6, 1766. 

uly 2, 1767. 

Vlarch 10, 1768. 



THIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT. 



Session i. 
Session 2, 
Session 3,' 
Session 4, 
Session 5, 
Session 6, 



Met, 

May 10, 1768, 
January 1, 1769, 
November 13, 1770, 

ianuary 21, 1772, 
November 26, 1772. 



Prorogued, 

November, 1768. 
May 9, 1770. 
May 8, 1771. 
June 9, 1772. 

Ju'y '• 1773- 
June 22, 1774* 



.January i, 1774, 

Sir John Cust, hart. Speaker, resigned on account of bad health, 
> January 17, 1770. 

Siir Fletcher Norton, bt. Speaker— >Guilford, Jan. 17, 1770. 

Dissolved, September 30, 1774. 

A3 . FOUR 



( vi ) 



FOURTEENTH PARUAMIMT 

Met, 

NovonhAr 99, 17^4, 

October 26, 1775, 
October 3, 177^ 

Nove^bCjr ao, i7y*r, 
November a^9 *y7^> 
Novembfr 25, I779f 

Dissolv'fd^ Julj 89 I78q.< 
Sir Fletcher Norton, knt« Speaker— >Giulford, Surrey 



$<VlioR I9 
Session 2, 
SesMjfi 3, 
Session 4f 
Sf «sioa i, 
Seision $, 



Proropied, 

May 26y 177^. 
May 25, 1776. 
June 6, 1777. 
May 15, f77». 



July 3f 1779- 



fuly 8, i78q< 



FIFnSFNTU PAHWAMENT. 



Session 1, 
Session 2, 
Session 3, 



Met, 

November 27, i78i« 
December 5, 1782, 
Nove^ibfir i|, 1784, 



Prorogued, 

Jljly 18, 1781. 
July II, 1782. 
July 16, 1783. 
March 24, 1784. 



Dissolved, Mdrcb 25, 1784. 



Charlfr^ Wolfiran Comw^ll, esq. Spoakcr— Winchelpea, Sussex:* 



SIXTEENTH PARLIAMENT. 



Session i, 

Session ^^ 

Session q^ 

Session 4, 

Session 5, 

Session 6» 

Session 7, 



Met, 

May J 8, 1784, 
; •Duarjc is^ 1785, 
January 24, I'jS^^ 
January 23, 1787, 
November 27, 1787, 
March fo, 1788, 



Prorogued, 

i^ugust 2O9 1784. 
August 2, 1785. 
July II, 1786. 
May 30, 1787. 
July II, 1788. 
August II, 1789. 
June I0| X79P* 



January 7, 1790, 

Charles Wolfran Cornwall, esq. Sff akf ffwRye, Sussex. Died. 

William Wyndham Grenville, esq. Speaker — Buckinghamshire, 

January 5, 1789. 

Henry Addington, tsq. Speaker— -Devizes, May 8, l7^9« 

Dissolved, June lo, 1790. 

• ^ • SEVEN. 



I vB ) 



sEvsmismH parliament. 



Sesdon It 
Session a, 
Session 3, 
Session 4, 
Session 5, 
Session 6, 



Met, 

MovemlKr 25,^ 1790, 
January 31, 1792, 
\ December^ I7J^29 
January 21, 1794, 
December 30, 1794, , 

October Z9% I795f 
Henry Addington, esq. Speaker— Devizes 

Dissolved, May 29> 1796. 



Prorogued, 

une IQ, 179X* 

une 15, 1792^ 

une 21, 1793. 

July II, 1794* 

June 2$, 1795. 

May 19, 1796. 



EIQHTEENTH PAWJEAMENT- 



Session i» 

Session 2, 

Session 3, 

Session 4, 

Session 5, 



MfiU 

September ^17^ I7{)6| 
November 2, 1797, 
November 20, 1798, 
September 24, 1799, 
November 11, 1800, 



Prorogindi 

{une 20, 1797* 
day 29, 1798* 
July 12, 1799. 
July 29, idoo. 
December 12, i8oo« 



Henry Addington, esq. Speaker, Devizes, resigned Sept. 10, i8ox« 



HRST IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. 

Met, Prorogaed, 

February 2, 180 1, July 2, i8oi* 

October 29, 1801, June 28, 1892. 

Sir John Mitford, knt. Speaker— Beerakton, resigned Feb. 8, i8o3» 

Charles Abbot, esq.-— Helstone, February jo, i8o2* 

OisMdved, June 29, i8oa» 



Session i. 
Session 2, 



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SECOND 



/ ir 



CHRONOLOGICAL 

REGISTER 



OF BOTH 



HOUSES 



Qt THK 



3Brtti0|) iParliament 

From the Union in 1708, 



TO THE 



THIRD PARLIAMBNT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT 

BRITAIN AND IRELAND, 
IN 1807. 



B7 



ROBERT BEATSON, LL.D. 



IN THREE VOLUMES. 



VOL. II, 



Hotmon: 

PAINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ANDOXMK, 
PATERNOSTER-ROW. 

1807. 



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97 Newton, Lencosier. 


"3« 


Retford, East, 


Nolling, 






230 


Richmond, 


rori 




114 Norfolk county. 


229 


Rippon, 


Tori. 




237 Northallerton, York, 


9' 


Rochester, 


Kent, 




120 Norlhampion caunyi. 


243 


RomneyN./LM/, Cinque Port. 




122 Northampton Town. 


29i 


Ross sbire. 


Scot/. 




125 Northumberland COB ny. 


295 


Roxburgh shite. 


Scot/. 




115 Norwich; Norfolk. 


'3« 


Rutland county. 






129 Notiinnham coan/v- 


244 


Ry^ . 


Cinque-Port. 




J30 Nottingham lown. 


1S3 Ryegate, 


Sttrrey. 




0. 




s. 






51 OiKHAMProN, Devon. 


139 


Salop county. 




i 


175 Orford, i;//i/i. 


143 


Salop /o«j«. 




291 Orkney and Zetland sbire. 


27 


Saltash, 


Cornwall. 




Scott. 


241 


Sandwich, Kent, 


CinquePorl, 




133 Oxford county. 


303 


Sarum, New, 


Wilts. 




J34 Onfurd Vnheriiiy. 


216 


Sarum. Old, 


Wilts. 




135 Oxford cj/y. 


228 


Scarborough, 


York. 




P. 


2JI 


Scotland. 






246 


Seaford, Sussex, 


Cinque-Port. 




^03 Peebles jhire, Scot/. 


297 


Selkirk shire. 


Scoll. 




266 Pembrukc county, XValei, 


3" 


Selkirk, Peebles, i^c. Scoll. 




267 Pembroke town, Wales. 


67 


Shafton or Shaftsbury.DorMf. 




32 Penrjn, Cornv:all, 


J9i 


Shoreham, New, 


Sujse.v, 




293 Perth shire, Scoll. 


J 45 


Somerset county. 






206 Psrth, Dundee, (fa-c. 5'n>//. 


'i4 


Southampton county. 




321 PctctborouE'", Norlhamp. 


■S6 


Southampton Iowa. 




159 Petersfield, Soulbomp. 


181 


Southwatk, 


Surrey. 






167 


Stafford county. 






53 Plympton, Devon. 


169 Stafford town. 






38 Pontefract, 2er:t. 


107 


Stamford, 


Lineoln. 




261 Poole, Z)or«/. 


'»« . . - 


Stirling shire. 


Scotland. 




29 Portplgham or Wcstlow, 






Com. 






Scotland. 




157 Portsmouth, Soulhamt. 


194 


Steyning, 


Sussex. 




9J Piston. Z.«r../.r. 


161 


StockbrJilge, 


South amp. 




a- 


177 


Sudbury, 


Sujoli, 




172 


Suffolk county. 






93 QUEENBOROUOH, Kent. 


180 


Surrey county. 






R. 


187 


Sussex county. 








299 


Sutherland sbire 


, Scotland. 




269 Radnor coBAfj-, Walts. 




T. 






370 Radnor J\>iu ro^ff, Wales. 








^ 5 Reading. B„^^. 


302 


Ta<», Dingwall. 


■he. Scoll. 




B - 294 Renfrew jj6/rf, Scoli. 


171 


lamr/oiih, 


Stafford. 
55 Tavis- 





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No. 

55 Tayistock, 
249 Taunton, 

79 Tewksjbury, 
118 Thetford, 
^34 Thirsk, 

59 Tiverton, 

49 Totness, 

33 Trcgony, . 

24 Truro, 

W. 

24J Wales. 
6 Wallingford, 

68 Wareham, 
197 Warwick county. 
199 Warwick Town. 
148 WcUs, 

13 Wendover, 



Devon, 10 

Somerset, 98 

Gloucester, 300 

Norfolk, 314 

Devon, 204 

Devon. 201 

Cornwall. 245 

Cornwall, 

.4 

136 

Berks, 217 

Dorset, 219 

220 



_^_ _ , Somerset, 

13 Wendover, Bucks. 117 

143 Wenlock, Great, . 6W(9^, 158 

83 Weobley, , Hereford, 224 

ao8 Westbury, A^zZfj-. 225 

^9 West low, Cornwall. 

no Westminster, Middlesex, 
200 Westmoreland r0»ff/)f. . 29 1 

64 Weymouth, Dorset, 

265 Whitchurcb; Soutbamp, 



Wicombe, Bm^ks, 

Wigan, Lancaster. 

Wigtoun jAir^, Scotland. 
Wigtoun, New Galloway, 

6*r, Scotland. 

Wilton, . Wilts. 

Wilts county, 

Winchelsea, Sussex, Cinque 

Port. 
Winchester^ Soutbam, 

Windsor, New, Berks. 

Woodstock, New, Oxon, 
Wotton- Basset, Wilts. 

Worcester county. 
Worcester «/y. 

Y. 

Yarmouth, Great, Norf. 
Yarmouth, Soutbamp. 

York county, 
York city, 

Z. 

Zbtiand and Orkney sbire^ 

Scotland, 



« « I 



AN 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 



OF ALfc THS 



Counties^ Cities^ Boroughs^ iHc. of Ireland* 



■*«i 



316 ANTRIM co«ii/jf; 

320 Armagh county, 

321 Armagh town. 



377 Athlone, 



Weitmeatb. 



B. 



Cork. 

Antrim. 



330 Banoon Bru>gE| 

318 Belfast, 

C. 

319 Carrickfergus. 

369 Cashell r//y, Tipperary. 

322 Catherlough county. 

323 Catherlough /ow/r. 

324 Cavan county. 

325 Clare county. 

370 Clonmell, 
356 Coleraine, 

327 Cork county. 

328 Cork c//)r. 



Tipperary, 
Londonderry. 



No. E. 

326 Ennis, 01*f«'r 

342 £nniskillen, titmaHtt^^ 



341 PlEkMANAGB COUltty, 

G. 

343 Caiway vomty. 

344 (jf«lway /<;tOjf. 

K. 

345 Kerry county. 

347 Kildare county. 

348 Kilkenny coir/7/jr. 

349 Kilkenny rtVy. 

350 King's county. 
331 Kinsale, 



Cork* 



333 Donegal county. 

334 Down county, 

336 Downpatrick 

337 DrogHcda, 

338 Dublin county. 

339 Dublin «Vy. 

340 Dublin University. 
359 Dundalk, 

372 Dungannon, 
375 Dungarvan, 



Down. 
Lowtb. 



Lowth. 
Tipperary, 
Waterford. 



L. 

351 Leitrim county. 

352 Limerick county. 

353 Limerick city. 
317 Lisburne, 

354 Londonderry county, 
^^$ Londonderry city. 
357 Longford county. 
338 Lowth county. 

M. 
332 Mallow, 

360 Mayo county. 

361 Meath^otf«/y. 

362 Monaghan county ^ 



Antrim^ 



Cork. 



N. 



335 Nsw&T, Shwn. 568 TiMiMftt fMrniy. 

346 Tralec, Kerry. 

P. * 371 Tyrone county, 

364 Po&TA&LiNOTON, ^een*s coun. 

W. 
Q. 373 Waterpord county. 

363 Quksn's county. 374 Waterford ^ tVjr. 

376 Westmeath county % 
R. 378 Wexford county. 

365 R08SCOMMON county. 379 Wexford /oii;i!r. 
380 Ross, (New) Wes^ord* 381 Wicklow coviv/y* 

S. , Y. 

366 Sligo county. 329 Yougball,^ . Cork. 

367 SUgo /own. 



THE 



BRITISH 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



Pari. No. 1 . Bedford County. 

11 John E. of Upper Ossory/ Thomas Alston, esq.* 
Henry Osborn, esq. ^ 

12 Francis M. of Tavistock.* Robert Henley Ongley, esq* 
John E.of Upper Ossory. ^ 

IS John E. of Upper Ossory. Robert Henley Ongley, esq. 

14 John E. of Upper Ossory. RobertHenley Ongley, esq/ 

1 5 John E. of Upper Ossory. Hon, St Andrew St John. ^ 

16 John E. of Upper Ossory. Hon. St Andrew St John. • 

Robt. Henley, L. Ongley;^ 
Hon. St Andrew St John.' ^ 

17 JohnE. of Upper Ossory." Hon. St Andrew St John. 
John Osborn, esq. '* 

1 8 John Osborn, esq. Hon. St Andrew St John. 



1 John Osborn, esq. ' Hon. St Andrew St John. * 

2 John Osborn, esq. Hon. St Andrew St John. 

3 John Osborn, esq. Francis Pym, esq. 

Francis Pym, esq. 

■ ■ ■ III. i 

I Oi Ire/and -y died, a new Wiit ordered Nov. 23, 1758. — * Eld- 
est Son of Sir Rowland Alston j bart. to whose Title he succeeded.-— 
3 Uncle to Sir George Osborn^ bart. a Vice-Admiral of the Blue 

[vol. h.] B Squadrjrt 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER* 



Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet.— 4 Only Son of the Duke of Bed^ 
ford ; died, a new Writ ordered March 24, 1767. — S Made Ranger 
of Rockingham Forest^ and Lord Lieutenant and Custoi Rotulorum of 
this County. — ^ Created Lord Ongley in Ireland^ Sept. 2, 1776. — 7 
Brother to Lord St John ; appointed Under Secretary of State to the 
Right Hon. Charles James Fox, one of His Majesty's Principal Se- 
cretaries of State, April 1783.-^8 Found not to be properly returned* 
— 9 Of Ire/and ; found by the Committee to be duly Elected, and 
ought to ha<re been returned 5 but the Committee left Mr Si John at 
liberty to petition the House on the Merits of the Election \ July i, 
1784, Mr .S/ ^Oi&« petitioned accordingly.— 10 The Committee that 
tried the merits of the Election, found Mr St John duly Elected. — ^^ 
Created Baron Upper Gssory of Ampthitl^ in the County of Bedford ; 
and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of tl^e Crown to 
make out a new Writ, Sept, 1794.-*'** Son of Sir G^or^^ Oshorn^ 
bart. 

Pari. 16. Robert Henley ^ Lord Ongley of the Kingdom of /rr//ixr//, 
petitioned against the Hon. Mr St John being returned. The Chair- 
man of the Committee that tried this Election reported to the House, 
that Lord Ongley waft duly elected, and ought to hav« be^n return- 
ed, but they left Mr St John at liberty to petition the House oA the 
merits of the Election, July r, 1784. Mr St John and several of the 
Freeholders petitioned against Lord Ongley*s Election. The Chair- 
man of the Committee that tried the iberits of the Election reported 
to the House, that they found that the Hon. St Andrew St John was 
duly Elected. 

I Only Son of Sir George Osborn,'^^ Brother to Lord St John ; 
succeeded his Brother as Lord St John of Bletsoe ) a new Writ or- 
dered January 21, 1806. 



PAkLIAMENTARY REGISTER* 



Pari. No. 2. Bedford Town. 

1 1 R. Henley Ongley , esq. Francis Heme, esq. 

1 2 Richard Vernon, esq. ' Francis Heme, esq. 

3 3 Richard Vernon, esq. Samuel Whitbread, esq. 

34 Sir William Wake, bt. Robert Sparrow, esq. * 

Samuel Whitbread, esq. ^ 

15 Sir William Wake, bt. Samuel Whid>read, esq. 

1 6 William Colhoun, esq. Samuel Whitbread, esq. 

17 William Colhoun, esq. Samuel Whitbread, jun. esq. 

1 8 Wflliam Colhoun, esq. Samuel Whitbread, esq. 



1 Samuel Whitbread, esq. William Colhoun, esq. 

2 Samuel Whitbread, esq. Thomas Lee Antonie^ escj. 

3 Samuel Whitbread, esq.^ Thoma6 Lee Antonie, esq. 



I Made one of the Clerks Comptrollers of His Majesty's House- 
hold ; a new Writ ordered April i8, 1^64, he was re-elected.—* 
Not dulj elected."— -3 Duly elected and ought to have been returned. 



^ Appointed Secretary at War^ immediately 6n the Dissolution of 
last Parliament. 

Pari. 14. Samuel Whitbread 2ixA John Howard^ esqrs. petitioned. 
The Chairman of the Committee who tried this contested Electioix 
reported to the House, that Sir William Wake, bart. is duly elected y 
that Robert Sparroiv, esq. is not duly elected j.that Samuel Wbii^ 
bready esq. is duly elected, and ought to have been returned \ apd 
that John Howard ^ esq. is not duly elected. 

Pari. 17. John Paynet esq. petitioned against Mr Whitbread'* s 
Election ; renewed the 2d Session. The Chairman of the Committee 
that tried this contested Election reported to the House^ that Sa* 
muel Whitbread J jun. esq. was'duly elected, and that the Petition 
was neither frivolous nor vexatious, March 1792. 

Bi 



I 



•* Parliamentary REoisTERt 

Pari No. 3- Berks Coicfily- 

II Penyston Powney, esq.' Henry Pye, esq. 

Arthur Vansittart, esq 
] 2 Arthur Vansittart, esq, Henry Pye, esq. 

13 Arthur Vansittart, esq. Thomas Craven, esq. ^ 

John Elwes, esq. 

14 ChrisfopherGrlffith, esq.' John Elwes, esq. 
Win. Henry Hartley, esq. John Elwes, esq. 

1 5 Win. Henry Hartley, esq. John Elwes, esq. 

16 George Vansittart, esq. Henry James Pye, esq. 

17 George Vansittart, esq. Win. Henry Hartley, esq. * 

Charles Dundas, esq. 

1 8 George Vansittart, esq. Charles Dundas, esq. 

1 George Vansittart, esq. Charles Dundas, esq. ' 

2 George Vansittart, esq. Charles Dundas, esq. 

3 George Vansittart, esq. Charles Dundas, esq. 

' A Verdurer of WintJ^vr Forest ; died, a neiv Writ ordered March 
14, 1757- — ' Brother to Lord Craven, and a Rear Admiral of the 
Blue Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet ; died, a new Writ ordered 
Uec. 21. 1772. — 3 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant la the 
Clerk of the Crown for a new Wcit, Jan 14, 1776.— 4 Died, and. 
the Speaker issued his WatranC to the Clerk of the Ciown for a new 
Writ, August 1794. 

' Counsellor of State to the Prince of IVa/ei in Seci/aaii. 



)»ARLIAM£MTARY REGISTER* & 

I^arl. No. 4. New Windsor Tozvn. 

1 1 Rt. Hon, Henry Fox. ' Hon. John Fitzwilliam. * 

12 Hon. Augustus Keppel. ^ Hon. John Fitzwilliam. * 

1 3 Hon. Augustus Keppel. * Lord George Beauclerk. ^ 

Richard Tonson, esq. ^ 
Hon. John Montagu. * 

14 Hon. Augustus Keppel. Hon. John Montagu. 
13 Pen, Portlock Powney. Hon. John Montagu- 

16 Pen. Portlock Powney. ^ Hon. John Montagu. '"" 
R. CoUey E. Morningt." 

17 R. Colley E. Mom. k.s.p. P. Portlock Powney, esq. '* 

William Grant, esq. *^ 

18 Hon. R. Fulk Greville. '* Henry Isherwood, esq. '* 

Sir William Johnston, bt. 



1 Hon. R. Fulk Greville. Sir William Johnston, bt. 

2 Hon. R. Fulk Greville.' John Williams, esq. 

Arthur Vansittart, jun. esq. 

3 Edward Desbrowe, esq.* Richard Ramsbottom, esq. 



' Brother to Lord llchester^ and Secretary at War. Made one of 
His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State \ a new Writ ordered 
Nov. 14, 1755) he was re-cho^n. Made Paymaster-General to His' 
Majesty ^s Land Forces, Guards, and Garrisons j a new Writ ordered 
July I, 1757, he was re-chosen.— * Brother to Viscount Fit%wiiliam^ 
oi Ireland^ has a Company in the Foot Guards, and a Groom of the 
Bedchamber to the Duke of Cumberland. Made Colouel of a Regi- 
ment of Foot in November 1755, and a Major General in June 1759. 
3 Next Brother to the Earl of jUhemarle^ a Captain in the Nayy, 
and in 1760, made a Colonel of Marines.— 4 Madjs Colonel of a Re- 
giment of Horse in 1760, and a Lieutenant General in 176 1. — 5 
Made a Groom of His Majesty's Bedchamber, in 1762 made a Rear- 
Admiral of the Blue Squadron of His Majesty' Fleet. Made a Com- 
missioner of the Admiralty, a new Writ ordered December 1765, he 
was re- chosen.— ^ Uncle to the Duke of St Alhans^ Colonel of a 
a Regiment of Foot, Governor oiLandguard Fort^ and a Lieutenant 
General ^ died, a new Wcit ordered. May 13, 1768.— 7 Died, and 
the Speaker issued his Warrant to the plerk of the Crown to make 
out a new Writ, Oct. 1772.— ^ Only Son of Lord Beaulieu. — 9 A 
Vetdurcr of Windsor Forest, Made Ranger of Windsor Little Park, 

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a rew Writ ordered June 12, 1788.— '^ His Father Lord Beau/ieu 
on the 8th of July 1784 being created Ear.l Beau/i'eu, he w^s from 
that time stiled Lord Montagu ; died, and the Speaker Itsued his War- 
rant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ July 1787 "Of 

Inland; a Commissioner of the Treasury, and K. S. P. in thia 
Parliament before for Sahasb.—^-'- Ditd, 3 new Writ ordered Jan. 
12. 1794.— '3 A Welsh Judjre, and Solicitor-General to tbe yueen ; 
in this Parliament before for Shaftesbury. — 14 Second Brother to the 
Earl of Warviwk, and one of His Majesty's Eqiierries.— <S Wed, a 
new Writ ordered Feb. 141 1794- 



! Brother to the Earl of Warvnich, and a Groam of his Majesty's 
Bedchamber. — ' Vice-Chamberlain of tjie Queen's Household. 

Pari. II. R/<rAflri//iflmj-Jo//ow(, esq. petitioned, when the Commit- 
tee that tried the Election found Mr Greville duly elected, and the 
Election as far as regarded "John Wiliiamr, esq. to be a void Eleclion. 
Feb. 1804. A new Writ ordered, Feb. i8oi. 



PutL No. 5. Reading. 

11 Charles Vise. Fane. ' William Strode, esq. ' 

John Dodd, esq. 

12 Sir Francis KnoUys, br. John Dodd, esq. 

13 Henry Vansittart, esq. ^ John Dodd, esq. 

14 Francis Annesley, esq. John Dodd, esq. 

15 Francis Annesley, esq. John Dodd, esq. * 

Rich-AldvvorthNeville, esq.* 

16 Francis Annesley, esq. Rich. Aldworth Neville, esq. 

17 Francis Annesley, esq. Rich. Aldworth Neville, esq. 

18 Francis Annesley, esq. Rich, Aid worth Neville, esq.'^ 

John Simeon, esq. ' . 

1 Francis ATinesley, esq, John Simeon, esq. 

2 F.Arinesley, esq. l.l.d.' Charles Shaw Lefevre, esq.* 

3 John Simeon, esq. - Charles Shaw Lefevre, esq. 

t Of Ire/and. — » Died, a new Writ ordered Nov. 13, 1755. — 3 

Appointed one of the Supreme Council and Superintendants of the 

Sasi India Company's affairs in India — supposed to have perished in 

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bis Passage to India ^ on board of His Majesty's Ship Aurora: no- 
Writ ordered (although frequently moved for), as no certain ac- 
counts bad been received of his Death. — ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, 
Feb. 12, 1782.— 5 In this Parliament before for Buckingbamy Bro- 
ther-in-law to Earl Temple. Succeeded as Baron Braybooke of Bii* 
liugbearm Berkshire (on the Death of Lord Howard of Waiden) a 
new Writ ordered, May 30, 1797 — ^ A Master in Chancery, and 
Recorder of the Borough oi Reading. 

P?rl. II. John Dodd^ fsq. petitioned, but afterwards requested 
leave to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 

Pari. 13. 'John Bindley^ esq. petitioned, but afterwards requested 
leave to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 



* A Master of Downing College, Cambridge. — * A Barrister at 
Xaw. Returned also for the Borough of Bedwin^ made his choice 
for this Borough. 



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Pari. No. 6, Wallingford. 

1 1 R. Neville Aldworth, esq. John Harvey, esq. ' 

12 Sir J. Gibbons, bt. & kb.' John Harvey, esq. * 

Sir Qeorge Kgot, bt. * 

13 John Aubrey, esq. * Rob^t Pjgot, esq. * 

JoIpiB Cator, esq. 

14 Su: Robert Barker, kt. ^ Jx>hn Cator, eaq^ 

15 John Aubrey, esq, • Chaloner Arcedeckne, esq. 

16 Sir Francis Sykes, bt. Thomas Aubrey, esq 

17 Sir Francis JSykes, bt. Nath. WUl. WraxaU, • esq.^ 

, Francis Will. Sykes, esq. ** 

18 Sir Francis Sykes, bt. , Sampson Lord Eardley. " 

t, 

1 Sir Francis Sykes, bt. Sisunpson Lord Eardley. ' 

2 Sir Francis Sykes, bt- * William Lewis Hughes, esq. 
George Galway Mills, esq* 

3 Richard Benyon, esq. William LewisHughes, esq. 

» A Welsh Judge — *Died, anew Writ ordered/Jan. 10, 1765. — 
Made a Knight of the Bath in 1761. — 3 Created hoxd Pigot oi Pa- 

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teshull in Ireland, Dec. 17, 1765. — S Brother to Lord figot, 
Lieutenant Colonel of the ^8th Regiment of Foot, and Govern 
5( itfflWfj' Castle. Made Warden of the Mint, anew Wrltordered 
Jan, 21, 1772. — ^ Eldest Son ai^y^ Thomas Aubrey, bart. — 7 Bri- 
gadier General in the East India Company's Service. — 8 Made a 
Commissioner of the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered July 10, 1782, 
he was re-elected. Made a Commissioner of the Treasury, a new 
Writ ordered December 24, 1783, be was re.elected.—?Made Stew- 
ard of the three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buchs ; a new 
Writ ordered March 6, 1794. — '° Son of the other Member. — " Of 
Ireland, 

1 Of the Kingdom of Ireland.—-^ Died, a new Writ ordered Feb. 
3, J 804. 



'ar/. No. 7. Abingdon. 

1 1 John Moreton, esq. 

12 John Moreton, esq.' 

1 3 John Moreton, esq. * 
Nathaniel Bayley, esq. ' 

1 4 John Mayor, esq. * 
John Mayor, esq. 

15 John Mayor, esq. ^ 
Henry Howarth, esq. * 
Edward Loveden Loveden, esq. 

16 Edward Loveden Loveden, esq. 

17 Edward Loveden Loveden, esq. ^ 

18 Thomas Theophilus Metcalfe, esq. ' 



1 Thomas Theophilus Metcalfe, esq. 

2 Thomas Theophilus Metcalfe, esq. ' 

3 Sir Theophilus Metcalfe, bart- 

> Made Chief Justice of C/iesfer, a new Wrjt ordered December IC, 
176a. — ^ Found to be not duly elected, Feb. 8, 1770 ; in this Par- 
}iament aftcrwaids for Neui Romney. — 3 Found duly elected, and 
cught to have been telurred, Feb. 8, 1770-.— 4 The Committee that 
tiled this Election found il a void Election ; and a new Writ ordereji, 

March 



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March 6, 1775.— *5 Made Ste'v^rard of the three Cbiltem Hundreds of 
Stoke^ Deshorougby and Bonenbam^ in the County of Bucks ; a new 
Writ ordered, December 16, 1782. — ^ One of His Majesty's Coun- 
cil at LaWy drowned in the River Thames ; a new Writ ordered 
May, 12, 1783.-- 7 Lieut. Colonel to the Berkshire Militia^ — ^ A 
Merchant in London^ and a Director of the Easi India Company. 

Pari. 13. Nathaniel Bay ley ^ esq. petitioned, and was found duly 
elected. 

Pari. 14. Ihomas Woolridge petitioned. The Committee that 
tried this contested £lection, found the sitting Member duly elected, 
and that the Petition was frivolous and vexatious ; and the House 
ordered the Petitioner to make satisfaction to Mr Mayor, and reim- 
burse him the Expences that his Petition had occasioned him. 



< A Director of the Easi bidia Company, created a Baronet, 
Dec. 3, 1802. 



^arh No. 8. Buckz?ighamski?e. 

11 Hon Sir W. Stanhope, KB* Richard Lowndes, esq. 

12 Hon. SirW. Stanhope, KB* Richard Lowndes, esq. 

13 Ralph Earl Vemey. * Richard Lowndes, esq. 

14 Ralph Earl Vemey. George Grenville, esq. ' 

Thomas Grenville, esq. * 

15 Ralph Earl Vemey. Thomas Grenville, esq. 

16 RcHon.VJT.W. Grenville.^ John Aubrey, esq.' 
17Rt.Hon.W.W.Grenville.* Ralph Earl Vemey. ® 

Rt. Hon. Jas. Grenville. ^ W.Kenry,M.ofTitchfield.'* 
18 Rt. Hon. Jas. Grenville. " W.H.Scott,M.ofTitchfield. 
Richard Earl Temple. '* 



1 Richard Earl Temple. * W.H. Scott, M.ofTitchfield.* 

2 Richard Earl Temple. W.H.Scott, M. of Titchfield. 

3 Richard Earl Temple.^ W. H. Scott, M. of Titchfield. 

? Brother to the Earl of Chesterfield,—'^ Of Ireland.— I A Teller 
of the Exchequer, and Nephew and Heir to Earl Temple^ to whose 
Title and Estate he succeeded^ and the Speaker issued his Warrant to 

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tlie Clerk of the Grown for a new Writ, Oct. 9, 1779—4 An En. 
*ign in the Foat Guards, and Brother to Eatl Temple. — S Sccoad 
Brother to Eail Temple, ]d\\\\. HaymasEer-General of the Land Tor- 
ces. — 6 Chosen Speaker on the death of Mr Comivali, January 5, 
1789, Appointed one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of 
State, a new Wtit ordered June 6, 1789, he was re-elected. Creat- 
ed Nov. 25, 1790, BitTOn Grenvil/e aiWiiiton-under-Bariiimodii\ the 
County oi Buciingham; a new Writ ordered Dec, 12, 1790- — 7 Eld- 
est Son of Sir Ibomas Aubrey^ bart. a Camroissioner of the Treasury, 
succeeded his father as Baronet.— S Qf Ireland; died, anew Writ 
ordered, April 4, 1791. — 9 Cousin to the Marqaisof Biiei/n'^iflOT,- 
a Member of His Majesty's most honourable Privy Co-Jncil ; m this 
Parliament before for the Town of Buckingham. — '" Eldest Son of 
theDukeof Pori/flflrf,- in this Parliament beforcfor P^ffj^W; ap- 
pointed Lord Lieutenant of the County of Middlisex. Took the Name 
of Scolt in r795._" Made Steivard of the Chiliern Hundreds in the 
County of Buckingham ,- anew Writ ordered July 17, 1797, and in 
October following created Lord Glastmhury. — " Eldest Son of the 
Mattjuis oi Buckingham, 

Pari. 16. Ralph Earl Verney petitioned against Mr Auhrey ; re- 
newed the second Sessions, but on trial the Committee found thc^kf 
ting Member duly elected. 

noM .' I 

. <:!' L' 1 

■ Eldest Son of the Marquis f>! Buciitigbam. — » Eldest Son oflhe 
Duke of Portland ; Lord Lieutenant of the County ol MiddUieK ; 
3 Appointed Deputy President of the Board of Trade; and Joint Pay- 
master General of tbe Forces j a new Writ ordered February 1806, 
he was le-elected. i 



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Pari. No, 9. Buckingham Town. 

11 Rt, Hon. Geo. Grenville/ Hob. James Grenville. * 

Rt. Hon. Wnl. Pitt, esq. ^ 
Hon. James Grenville. 

12 Rt. Hon. Geo. Grenville.* Rt. Hon, James Grenville. ^ 
18 Rt. Hon. Geo. Grenville.^ Hon. Henry Grenville. • 

James Grenville, jun. esq.* 
14JamesGrenville,jun. esq. Richard Grenville, esq. ^ 

15 Jas. Grenville, jun. esq. '* R. Aldworth Neville, esq.'*" 

Edmund Nugent, esq.' 

16 Rt. Hon. James Grenville. W. Wynd. Grenville, esq." 

17 Rt. Hon. Jas. Grenville.'* Chas. Edm. Nugent, esq.'^ 
Sir Alex^mderHood, KB.'^ George Nugent, esq. '^ 

18 Thomas Grenville, esq. '^ George Nugent, esq. »^ 



1 Rt. Hon. T. Grenville. ' George Nugent, esq. *. 

2 Rt. Hon. T. Grenville. ♦ Wm. Allen, LordProby. ^ 

John Lord Proby. ^ 
Hugh Earl Percy. * 
S Rt. Hon. T: Grenville. ^ Sir William Young, bt. 

' Tnasurer of the Navy, and next Brother to Earl Temple ; again 
made Treasurer of the Navy *y a new Writ ordered December 2, 
1756, he waf re-elected.^^ Second Brother to £arl Temple ; a Com- 
missioner of Trade and Plantations ; Deputy Paymaster- General of 
the Land Forces, and Receiver of the Crown and Fee Farm Rents 
iox th^ Counties of Leicester and Warwick, Made a Commissioner 
of the Treasury, a new Writ ordered Dec. 2, 1756.--^ One of His 
Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State \ before in this Parliament 
for Aldborougby Torksbire, Made his Election for Oakbampton, and 
chose to sit for that Place, a new Writ 01 dered January 8, 1757.— 
4 Made one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, a new 
Writ ordered June 2, 1762, he was re-elected. Made First Com- 
missioner of the Admiralty 5 a new Writ ordered November 25, 
1762, he was re-elected. Made First Commissioner of the Treasury, 
and Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer j a new Writ 
ordered April 19, 1763, he was re-elected.— 5 Cofferer of the House- 
hold 5 made one of the Vice -Treasurers of Ireland ^ a new Writ or- 
dered Nov. II, 1766, he was re-elected. — ^ Third Brother to Earl 
Temple. -^7 Died, a new Writ ordered Nov. 16, 1770.—^ Eldest Son 

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to the Right Honble. "James Gren.'aiUe.—^ Second Son to dilto, has a- 
Company in the Foot Guards. — 'o Made Agent to the Regiment o£ 
Buctiiighamihire Militia ; a new Writ ordered i'ebmary li, 1782. 
He was chosen for Rtading. — " Second firothei to Eari Temple, 
Secretary lo the Lord Lieaienant of Ireland, and of the Privy Coun- 
cil there. Made PaytO'^ster-General of the Land Force? in Great 
'Britain ; a new Wtit ordered Dec. 23, 1783, he was re-elected, — 
'^ Made a Commisvorer of the Treasury, a new Writ ordered MarcU 
27, 1782, he was reelected. Sworn of the Privy Council, January 
1784— '3 A Captain in ihe Navy.— "4 Made Steward of the Three 
Chiltem Hundreds in the County q( Bucli ; a new Writ ordered 
December 20, 1790, Hewas elected for the County of Buckingham. 
— rs Has a Company in the Foot Guards ; made Colonel of a Kegi- 
jneiitofFoot in 1794, and in May 1796 made a Major General. — 
16 Vice Admiral of the White, Rear Admiral of Great Britain, 
and Treasurer of Gresniurci Hospital. April I2, 1794. made Ad- 
miral of the Blue. In Aufrust 1794 he was created Baron Bridfarl 
of the Kingdom of Ireland, In June 1794 made Admiral of the 
White, and in April 1796 made Vice-Admiral of Great Brilaia. 
Soon after the Dissolution of this Parliament, he was created Baron 
Bridporl of Cn'ciet Si Tbomai in the County of Somerset. — '7 Next 
Brother to the Marquis of Buckingham.— ^^ Made Captain of St 
Mawe^s Castle, Nov. j, 1796. 



t Brother to the Marquis of BucUngham; Chief Justice in Eyre, 
N. of Trent.— ^ Major General, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, 
and Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica.— i Eldest Son of the Earl of 
Carysfart ; a Captain in the Royal Navy ; died, a new Writ order- 
ed January 6, iSo^. — 4 Made Steward of the CbHicrn Hundreds, a 
new Writ ordered July S, 1804, he was re-elected ; and during the 
vacancy was appointed Surveyor of the Woods and Forests, South of 
Trent. Appointed President of the Board for India Affairs ; a new 
Writ ordered July iSc6, he was te-elected.— S Son of the Earl of 
Caryjforl, and Brother to the deceased Member ; has a Company in 
the Regiment of Foot Guard- ; made Steward of the three Chdlcrn 
Hundreds ; a new Writ ordered July 1806. — * Eldest Son of the 
Jiukt oi Norlhumberlaud. Accepted of the Stewardship of the Cbi}- 
lern Hundreds ; he -was elected for Westminster ; a new Writ or- 
dered. — 7 On the dissolution of the Parliament he was appointed First 
Lord Coffiraissioner of the Board of Admiralty. 



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Tarh ' No. lO. Chipping Wycombe. 

1 1 John Earl of Shelburne.* John Waller, esq. ' 
W. Ld. Vt. Fitzmaurice.^ Edmund Waller, esq. 

12 W. Ld. Vt Fitzraaurice.* Robert Waller, esq. 
Isaac Barr€, esq. ^ 

1 3 Rt- Hon. Isaac Barre. ^ Robert Waller, esq. 

14 Hon. Thos. Fitzmaurice.^ Robert Waller, esq. 

15 Charles Ld. Vt. Mahon.^ Robert Waller, esq. 

16 Charles Ld. Vt. Mahon.*^ Robert Waller, esq. * 
J. Henry, E. Wycombe" 

17 J. Henry, E.Wycombe- Sir John Jervis, k.b. '* 

Sir Francis Baring, bt. '^ 

18 J. Henry, E.Wycombe. Sir J. Dash wood King, bt. 



[1 Sir J. Dashwood King, bt. J. Henry, Earl Wycombe. 

2 Sir J. Dashwood King, bt. Sir Francis Baring, bt. * 

3 Sir J. Dashwood King, bt. Thomas Baring, esq. 

'Died, a new Writ ordered Dec. i, 1757.— .« Created Lord Wy" 
combe^ Baron of Chipping Wycombe in the County of Bucks, a new 
Writ ordered May 21, 1760. — 3 Eldest Son of the Earl oi Shel- 
burne ; a Captain in the Army. — 4 Made Aide du-Camp to his Ma- 
jesty ; succeeded as Earl of Shelburne^ &c, a new Writ ordered 
November 28, 1761, — 5 A Captain, with the rank of Major in the 
Army ; made Lieutenant-Colonel-Commandant of a Regiment of 
Foot ; made Governor of Stirling Castle,-^^ Made one of the Vice- 
Treasurers oi Ireland^ and sworn of the Privy Council j a new Writ 
ordered November 11, 1766, he was re-elected. — 7 Brother to the 
Earl oi Shelburne. — ^ Only Son of the Earl Stanhope — 9 Appointed 
a Groom of His Majesty's Bedchamber j a new Writ ordered August 
19, 1794, he was re-elected — ^° Succeeded his Father as Earl Stan' 
hope; anew Writ issued March lo, 1786.-7*^ Eldest Son of the 
Marquis o^Lansdown, — '* Rear- Admiral of the White, February i, 
1793; made Vice- Admiral of the Blue; appdnted Steward of the 
three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ 
ordered January 23,1 794.— U A Director of the East India Com- 
pany. 

* A Merchant in London^ and a Director of the East India Com^ 
pany. 



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Pari. No. i i . Ji/lesbiin/. 

1 1 Thomas Potter, esq. ' John Willis, esq. ' 
John Wilkes, esq. 

12 John Wilkes, esq. * Rt. Hon. Welb. Ellis, esq.^ 
Anthony Bacon, esq. * 

13 Anthony Bacon, esq. John Diirand, esq. 

14 Anthony Bacon, esq. John Aubrey, esq. '^ 

15 Anthony Bacon, esq. Thomas Orde, esq. ' 

16 Sir Thomas Halifax, kt. ' Thomas Wnghtson, esq. 
Scroop Bernard, esq. '' 

17 Scroop Bernard, esq. Gerard Lake, esq.'° 
IS Scroop Bernard, esq. Gerard Lake, esq. 

1 Scroop Bernard, esq. Gerard Lake, esq.' 

2 James Dupre, esq. Robert Bent, esq. * 

a Sir George Nugent, bt.* William Cavendish, esq.* 
G. H. C. Cavendish, esq. 

1 Son of the lafe Archbishap oi Caalerbary ; Principal Register of 
the Province of Canterbury ; appointed Paymaster- General of the 
hand Forces, Guards, and Garrisons in Great Britain ; a new Writ 
01 dered December 4, 1756, he was re-elected } appointed one of ihe 
Vice- Treasurers oi Ireland ; a new Writ ordered July 1, 1757, he 
wa'chnsen for Oathatnpion. — » Eldest Son of Lord Chief Justice Sir 
John Wtilis 1 Filazer for London and Middlesex, in the Court of 
Common Pleas.— 3 One of the Vice-Tteasuters of Ireland; appoint- 
ed Secretary at War ; a new Writ ordered December 17, 1762, he 
was re-elected. — 4 Ex-pelied the House for writing a false, scanda- 
lous, and seditious Libel ; a new Writ ordered, January 20, 1764- — 
5 A Merchant In London.—^ Eldest Son of Sir Thomas Aubrey, bait. 
7 Receiver- General of the Duchy of Lancaster; made Secretary to 
llie Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and sworn of the Privy Council 
there— 8 An Alderman of London, and a Banker there ■, died, a 
new Writ ordered February 1789.— 9 Usher of the Black Rodin 
Ireland, in August 1789, made Under Secretary to the Right Hon. 
W. W. Grenville, one of His Majesty's Secretaries of State._'= A 
Major-Generalin the Army; had a Company in the Foot Guards, 
and First Equerry and Commissioner of the Stables to the Prince of 
Wales. In 1793, made U^^.A..Go\eT^^aT oi Ber'wiei-upon-Tvieed. 
in May J794 made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and in Septem- 
ber 



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ber the same year, made Governor of the City of Limerick in Ireland* 

Pari. 12. Thomas ScropCy esq. petitioned against the Election of 
AnAony Bacon^esq. but on the 21st of March 1764, the House voted 
the Petition to be frivolous and vexatious. 



» Lieutenant-Gttieral, Colonel of the Fifty-Third Regiment of 
Foot, and Governor of Limerick, in Ireland: since created Lord 
Lake^ Second Parliament. The Freeholders and T, W, Freemantht 
esq. petitioned \ renewed 2d Session, when it was tried, and February 
29^ 1804, Sir G^r^^ CofnewaU, the Chairman of the Committee, 
reported to the House, that James DuprS^ one of the sitting Members, 
was duly elected, but the Election was void with regard to Robert 
Bent^ esq. the other Member, who had been returned, and that he 
had by himself or his Agents been guilty of Bribery and Corruption, 
previous to and at the said Election. The Report was ordered to be 
printed, and to be taken into consideration on March 19, 1804. 
The Committee requested that no new Writ should be issued for a 
Member, in room of Mr Bent. A Bill was brought in for extending 
the Right of voting for Members to serve in Parliament for the Bo- 
rough (rf Ayleshary to the three adjoining Hundreds, which after 
great Debates passed into a Law, June 1804. A new Writ ordered 
July *8o4. — * His Election declared void, and ordered to be prose- 
cuted for Bribery.— 3 Son of Lord George Cavendish, vsi this Parlia* 
meut, before for Knaresborough. A Petition was presented to the 
House, and Mr Cavendish was found duly elected. By Act of Parlia- 
ment the Right of Election was extended to hundreds adjoining the 
Borough.— 4 Lieut.- General and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. 



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Par!. No. 12. Agmondesham. 

1 1 William Drake, esq. Isaac Whittington, esq. * 

1 2 William Drake, esq. Bennet Garrard, esq. * 

John Affleck, esq. 

13 William Drake, sen. esq. William Drake, jun. esq, ' 

14 William Drake, sen, esq. William Drake, jun. esq. 

15 William Drake, sen. esq. William Drake, jun. esq. 

16 William Drake, sen. esq. WilliamDrake, jun. esq. 

17 William Drake, sen. esq. William Drake, jun. esq. ' 

Thos. Drake Tyrwhitt, esq.' 

18 Charles D. Garrard, esq. Thos. Drake Tyrwhitt, esq. 

1 Charles D. Garrard, esq.' Thos. D. Tyrwhitt, esq. 
Thomas T. Drake, esq. 

2 Thomas T. Drake, esq. Thos. D. Tyrw. Drake, eqq. 

3 Thomas T. Drake, esq. Thos. D. Tyrw. Drake, esq. 

' One of the six Clerks in Chancery. — * Succeeded Ins Brother as 
Baionetj died, a new Writ ordered November 25, 1767. — 3 Eldest 
Son of the other Member. — 4 Died, a new Writ ordered May 22, 
1795. — S Second Son of the olher Member. 



■ Made Steward of the three Chiliern Hundreds, 
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l^arl. No. 13. Weiidjotien 

1 1 Ralph Earl Verney^ ' John Calvert, esq;^ 

12 Richard Cavendish, esq.* Verney Lovett, esq«^ 

Edmund Burke, esq. 

1 3 Sir Robert Darling, kt/ Edmund Burke, esq^ 
Joseph Bullock, esq. 

14 Joseph Bullock, esq. ^ John Adams, esq. * 
Thomas Dummer, esq. Henry Drummond, eSq. '^ 

15 Richard Smith, esq.' John Mansel Smith, escj. ^ 

16 Robert Burton, esq. John Ord, esq. '** , 

17 Hon. Hugh S. Conway." John Barker Church, esq. 

18 George Canning, esq.'* John Hiley Addington, esq. 



1 George Canning, esq. ' JohnHiley Addington, esq.* 

2 Rt. Hon. Charles Long.* John Smithy esq. * 

S George Smith, esq. Ph. Henry,*Vt. Mahon. * 



* Of Ireland. — * Chancellor of the Diocese of Durbafn,^^^ Made 
Steward of the Manor of Eatt Hendred in the County of Bucks j a 
new Writ ordered December i8, 1765. — 4 Died^ and the Speaker 
gave Notice in the London Gaiseite, of the of August 1770, that 

at the end of fourteen days from that date, he would issue his War- 
rant to th« Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ. — 5, Made his Elec- 
tion for the Borough of Caermanhen \ a new Writ ordered Deceni. 
20, 1774. — ^Made Steward of the Manor of East Hendred \n the 
County of Berks ; a new Writ ordered 1775. — 7 A Banker in West' 
minster, ^-^^ A General Officer in the East India Company's Service. 
— 9 Son of the other Member.— ^o Attorney-General for the Duchy- 
Court o{ Lancaster, and a Master in Chancery-—" Fourth Son of 
the Earl of Hertford, a Captain in the Navy, Master of the Robes, 
and Keeper of tne Privy Purse to the Prince of Walei. From the 
29th of June 1793, he was stiled Lord Hugh Seymour, his Fathef 
being then cre»ted Marquis oi Hertford. In August 1794 he Was 
made a .Colonel of Marines ; appointed a Commissidner a^ the Ad- 
iniralty ; a nfw Writ issued March 2, t7o^, he wris reelected. 
March 6, appointed a Lord of the Bedchamber to the Prince of 
Walet, and toe ist of June the same year, made a Rear- Admiral of 
the- Blue Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet. — ** Under Secretary to 
Lord Grenviue^ one of His Majesty's Secretaries of St^te. Mada 
Receiver-General of the Alienation-Office, October 1797 ; made a 

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Commissioner for Managing Affairs in India ; a new Writ ordered, 
March i7St9, be was re-chosen. 

Pari, i6. Ralph Earl Vtrney of the Kingdoip of Ireland, and Wil- 
liam Jallifff, esq. petitioned— not renewed the 2d Session. 



' A Privy Counsellor, and one of the Commissioners tat India 

Affairs % Brother to the Speaker, and one of the Commissioners o£ 

the Treasury. — 3 A Privy Counsellor, made one of the Lords Com- 
missioners of the Treasury ; a new Writ issued, March 1 2, 1804, 
he was re-chosen ; appointed Secretary of State for Ireland ; a new 
Writ ordered, February 1806, he was re-chosen. — + Brother of Lor^ 
Carrington, a Banker in London. — 5 Eldest Son of Earl S 
Lieutenant -Go vet nor of Dover Castle. 



Pari. Ko. 14. G}'eat: Marlozv. 

1 1 Daniel Moore, esq. Charles Churchill, esq. 

12 William Claytoij, egq. William Matthew Burt, esq. 

13 William Clayton, esq. William Dickinson, esq. 

14 William Clayton, esq. John Borlace Warren, esq.' 

15 William Clayton, esq,* Sir John Borlace Warren, bt. 
William Clayton, esq. ^ 

16 William Clayton, esq. Sir Thomas Rich, bt. * 

17 Thomas Williams, esq. Thomas Lee Antonie, esq. 

18 Thomas Williams, esq. Owen Williams, esq, 

1 Thomas Williams, esq. Owen Williams, esq. 

2 Thomas Williams, esq." Owen Williams, esq. 
Pascoe Grensell, esq. 

3 Pascoe Grensell, esq- Owen Williams, esq. 

■ Created a Baronet, May So, 1775 ; made a Master and Com- 
mander, and afterwards a Post Captain in the Royal Navy. — ^ Died, 
and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a 
a new Writ, 1783.-3 Son of the late Member. — t A (^aptain in the 

Pari. 12. Daniel Moore, c^. petitioned — the same Was tried, but 
tKe House found the sitting Members duly elected. 



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Ihkfh X^i WiJfiam Matibtw Burt, ttq. petitioned, but on the 7th 
mi liforch 1769, requested leave to withdraw il» which was granted. 

I^drll i5. Thomas Keating^ esq. a Mkjot in the Army, petitioned, 
not itmewtsd the 2d Session. 



> I)ictfi a new Writ ordered, December 8^ i8oa. 



Tart.' No^ IS* Cambridgeshire. 

m 

11 JWitt Bferquis of Granby.' Philip Ld- Vise Royston. ' 

12 Jolfii Marquis of Granby.* Philip Ld. Vise. Royston. * 

' Sir John Hinde Cotton, bt. 

13 John Marquis of Granby.^ Sir John Hinde Cotton, bt. 
Sit Satttp^on Gideon, bt. 

14 Sfr Sampson Gideon, bt. Sir John Hinde Cotton, bt* 
%S Lord Hiobert Manners^ ^ PhiHp Yorke, esq. ^ 

air Henry Peyton, bt 

16 Sir Henry Peyton, bt. * Philip Yorfce, esq.^ 
J* Whorw. Adeane, esq.'® 

17 J.WhorwoodAdeane,esq. Charles Yorke, esq." 
J8 J.WhorwoodAdeane,esq, Charles Yorke, esq. 



1 Rt. Hon. Charles Yorke.' Sir Henry Peyton, bt* 

2 Rt.Hon. Charles Yorke. ^ Lord C. Som. Manners. * 

3 Rt. Hon. Charles Yorke. Lord C. Som. Manners. 



' Eldest Son of the Duke oi Rutland ', a Colonel in the Army j 
made a Major-General in March 1755 \ Colonel of the Royal Regi- 
ment of Horse Guards in 1757) a Lieutenant-General in March 
1750, and Lieutenant-General of the OrdnHnce ; Commmder in 
Chief of His Majesty^s Forces in Gerfnahy in August the s.imo year 5 
sworn of the Privy Council in December 1789. — ^ Made Lord Lieu- 
tenant and Custos Rotulorum oi Derbyshire in February 17^;^. In 
November 1763, made Master-General of the OrcinH-ice, and in 
1766, Commander in Chief of the Anmy in Great Britain. — 3 Eldest 
Son to the Earl of Hardwicke ; a Teller of the Exchequer — 4 Suc- 
ceeded his Father as Etnioi Hardwtch } a new Writ ordered, March 

C » 12, 



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IJ, 1764.— S Died, a new Writ ordered, November 13, 1570.— 
« Brother to the present Duke of Rutland ; a Captain in the Navy ) 
died of the Wounds he received in the great Sea Fight in the IVetlln- 
diet, April I2, 178Z; a new Writ ordered. May 24, 1782. — 
7 Nephew and Heir to the Earl of Hardwieh.—' Died, a new Writ 
issued 1 789. — 9 Succeeded his Uncle as Earl of Hardwicke ; a new 
Writ ordered June 2, 1790, to which no Return was made, as the 
Parliament was dissolved the nth of the same month. — '^ In this 
Parliament before for Cflmiri'ii^f Toim ; a Major-General ; Colonel 
of B Regiment of Foot, and a Groom of His Majesty's Bedchamber. 
— " Brother to the Earl of Hardwicie ; Chief Justice of the Isle of 
Ely, (this office he resigned in ,) and Major of the Cambridgeshire 

Militia ; appointed Secretary at War, and sworn of His Majesty'* 
Most Honourable Privy Council ; a new Writ ordered, Feb, aa, 
1800, he was re-elected. 



* Secretary at War, and Brother to the Eail of Uardwicie.^ 
' Captain of Dragoons, and Brother to the Duke of Rutland.—' 
3 Appointed Steward of the Manor oi East Hendredin Berkshire; 
a new Writ ordered, August 12, 1803, he was re-elected, and during 
the Vacancy, was constituted one of His Majesty's Principal Sec re- 
faiies of State for the Home Dep at 



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farh No: 16. Cambridge University. 

1 1 Hon. Tho. Townshend/ Hon. Edward Finch. * 

12 Hon* Tho. Townshend. Hon. Edward Finch. ^ 
IS Hon. Tho. Townshend. Hon. Charles Yorke. * 

William De Grey, esq. * 
Richard Croftes, esq. 

14 Charles M. of Granby. • Richard Croftes, esq. 
James Mansfield, esq. ^ 

15 James Mansfield, esq.^ Hon. John Townshend. • 

16 Rt. Hon. William Pitt. "^ Geo. Aug. E. of Euston." 

17 Rt. Hon. William Pitt. Geo. Aug. E. of Euston. 

18 Rt. Hon. William Pitt. Geo. Aug. E. of Euston- 

1 Rt. Hon. William Ktt. ' Geo. Aug. E. of Euston. * 

2 Rt. Hon. William Pitt.^ Geo. Aug. E. of Eusron. 
Lord Henry Petty. * Geo. Aug. E. of Euston. 

3 Lord Henry Petty. 

' Brother to Lord Viscount I'ownsbend j a Teller of the Exche- 
quer.—* Brother to the Earl of Winchelsea \ a Groom of His Ma- 
jesty's Bedchamber ; appointed Master of the Robes ; a new Writ 
ordered, June 9, 1757, he was re-elected. — 3 Made Keeper of His 
Majesty's Private Roads, &c. a new Writ ordered, January 9, 1761, 
he was re-elected.— 4 Second Son to the late Earl of Hardwicke j 
made Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain^ and created Lord 
Mordenoi Morden in Cambridgeshire j a new Writ ordered, January 
a J, 1770 ; dying before the Seals were affixed to his Patent, the 
Peerage did not take place. — S Before in this Parliament, for New- 
port^ Cornwall \ Attoriley- General to His Majesty j Comptroller of 
the Revenue of First Fruits and Tenths ; made Lord Chief Justice of 
the Common Pleas, afterwards created Lord Walsingbam^ Baron 
Walsingham in the County oi Norfolk 5 a new Writ ordered, January 
28, 177X.— ^ Grandson and Heir to the Duke of Rutland ; on whose 
I^eath he became Duke of Rutland 'j a new Writ ordered, May 1779. 
—7 Appointed Solicitor^eneral to His Majesty Do the Dissoliition 
of this 14th Parliament.—* Second Son to the present Lord Viscount 
Townrbend; made a Commissioner of the Admiralty j a new Writ 
ordered, March 27, 1782, he was re-elected ; again appointed a Com- 
missioner of the Admiralty ^ a new Writ ordered, April 4* 1783, he 

C 3 was 



PAAIIAMENTARY &B0I8TER« 



was re-elected.— 9 Again made Solicitor^General to His Majestj ^ t 
new Writ ordered, November 17, 1783, he was re elected. — ?° Bro- 
ther to the £arl of Chatham ; First Commlsnooer of thci Treasurf \ 
Chanpellor and Under- Treasurer of the Exchequer } 9l^de Warden 
of the Cinque-Ports^ and Constable of Dover Castle ; a new* W;rit or- 
dered, December 13, 1792, he was Fe-eiected.—^^ Eldest Son of the 
Xkike of Gra/ton \ Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the 
County of Suffqlk^ and Colonel of the West Regiment of Suffolk Mi- 
litia ^ appointed Ranger of Hyde and St Jamet^s Par^s ^ a new W<H 
prderedy March 3 1, 179^^, he was re-elected. 



I Lord Wardei} of the Cingtte-Potts^ end Brother to tlie Earl of 
Chatham \ Lord Lieutenant, Vice- Admiral* ' and Custos RonJorum 
of the County of Sujffbjki-^'^ Eldest Son of the Puke of Grqftait 5 
Ranj^er of St Jameses and iijTy^tf Parks, — 3 Appointed First Lord of 
the Treasury, and Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer^ 
a new Writ ordered^ May 11, 1804, he w^s re-elected. Died, a new 
Writ ordered, Jan.. 27, 1806-— 4 Chancellor and Under-Treasurer 
of the Exchequer \ a Lord of Trade and Plantations, and a Com* 
missioncr for the Affairs of Indig ^ Brother to the Marquis of ft^v\S' 
ffowne 3 in this Farliamept befpie for Ca/ae* 



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Part JVb. 17. Cambridge Town. 

11 ThbiiiJiSLd.Vt.Dupplih.' Hoii. Thomas Bromley. * 

Sokke Jehyns, es4. * Hon. G. Sloan Cladbgan. ' 

jl^ Sdaine Jenyns, esq. Hon. C Sloan Cadogan. ^ 

lis Soame Jenyns^ esq. Hon. C. Sloan Cadogan. ^ 

14 Soame Jeafiisy e^q. Hon. C. Sloan Cadogan. ^ 

' benjamin. Keene, esq. • 

15 J.WorwoodAdeane,esq.^ Benjamin Keene, esq. 

16 J.WciniiroodAdfeme,esq.**' Jdhrt Mpitlpck, esq. " 
Hofi. Edwsbrd Tihch. '* f^rands pickens, esq* 

17 Hon. Edward Finch. '* Francis Dickens, esq. '^ 

18 Hon. Edward Finch. '* Robert Manners, esq. '* 

Robert Manners, esq."* 

... I 

1 Hoii* Edward Fmch. ' Robert Mantiers, esq. * 
S Hon. Edward Finch. Robert Manners, esq. 

3 Hon. Edward Finch. Robert Manners, esq. 

' £ldest Son to the Earl of Kinnoul ^ a Commissioner of the Trea- 
sury, and Chairman of the Committees of Privileges and Elections^ 
made Paymaster- General of the Land Forces in Great Britain'^ a 
new Writ ordered, December i6, i755t he was r^-elected \ made 
Chancellor of the Duchy oi Lancaster \ a new Writ ordered » Jan. 
24, 1758, he was re-elected \ succeeded his Father as Earl of 
Kinnoui'y a new Writ ordered, Nov. 23, 1758.—* Only Son to Lord 
Montforty on whose death he sucoeeded to the Peerage ; a new Writ 
ordered, Jan. 7, 1^55.-3 Only Son of Lord Cadogan,-^ A Com- 
missioner of Trade and Plauta1;ipns ; in this Parliament before for 
Dunwicb.'^S Made Surveyor of his Majesty ^s Gardens and Waters y 
a new Writ ordered, April 18, 1764, he was re-elected. — ^ Made 
Master and Worker of the Mint j a new Writ ordered, May 9, 
J 769, he was re-elected.— 7 Succeeded his Father as Lord Cadogan ^ 
a new Writ ordered, November i, 1776. — ^ Son of the Bishop of 
E/y.'^9 Lieutenant-Colonel of the 2d Troop of Horse Grenadier 
Guards, and Aide-du-Camp to His Majesty ^ made a Major- Gene- 
ral.— -i° Appointed a Groom of His Majesty^ Bedchamber ^ a new 
Writ ordered, August 19, 1784, he was re-elected j made Colonel 
of a Regiment of Foot, September 11, 1788 } made Steward of the 
three Cbiltem Hundreds in the County of Bucks \ a new Writ ordered, 
1789 y hit was chorea for the County of Cambridge."^^ Made 

C 4 Steward 



24* JPA&LIAMENTART R£GIST£IU 



Steward oi the three Chi/tern Hundreds j a new Writ ordered, May 
J 9, 1788. — '* Second Brother to the Earl of -^/p//or</ j a Lie|it< in 
the Foot Guards. — ^3 Made his Election for the County of North" 
a^pton 'y a new Writ ordered, Feb. 3, 1791.— H Promoted to a Com« 
pany in the Foot Guards.— '5 Son of the late Lord R, Manners^ and 
Cousin to the Duke of Rutland \ has a Company in the Foot Guards, 
and is one of His Majesty's Equerries ^ made a Major-General.^— 
i^ Made Clerk l^artial and First Equerry to his Majesty ; « neiv^ 
Writ ordered, February 3, 180I9 he was re-elected. Made a 
Major-General i8oi. 

Pari. 1 4. Thomas Flumfr l^yde^ esq. and s^yeral of the Ff^ehoUef s 
petitioned against Mr Keene*s flection, but they afterward^ request- 
ed leave to withdraw It, which was granted. 

^ Brother to the E^zxl pi . j/ylesford 'y a Major- General, and F1rs> 
Major to the 2d Regiment of Foot Guards^ a Groom of the King^f 
Bedchamber. — * A Major-General j Colonel of the 30th Regiment 
of Foot^ an4 Clerk Martial and first Equeriy to thp King^ " ^ 



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I^A&UAMXKT jjnr . %MoissnM^ 9$ 



Pari. No. 18* Cheshire. 

11 Ghas^ChoImondeley, esq/ Samuel Egerton, esq* 
Thos.Cholmondeley, esq. ; * 1 

12 Thos.Chdmondeley^ e^. Samuel f£gertx>n, esq. 
18 John Grewe^ esq. ^amuelEgertoA, esq. 
J 4 John Crewe, esq. ' Samuel Egerton, esq** 

Sir R^ Salusbury Cotton, bt 



♦ K — 



15 John Crewe^ esq. Sir R« Salusbury Cotton,bt 

16 Johii prewe, esq. Sir R. Salusbury Cotton, bt. 

17 John Crewe, esq. ^Sir R. SalusburyCotton, bt. 

18 John Crewe, .€^q.^ l .rTbos; Cholmondeley, esq. 

1 John Crewe,, esq. * Thomas Cholmondeley, esq. 

2 William Egerton, esq.' Thomas Chohnondeley, esq. 
, Davies Davenport, esq. 

3 Davies Davenport, esq. Thomas Chplnpiondeley, esq. 



V ,'. 



>Died, a new Writ ordered, April 5, 1759.— >% Died, a new Writ 
ordered, Feb. 14, i^fSo.— 3Creatc4.Lord (Cr^w^, Feb. y, ^807.' 

I Died^ a new Writ ordered, May i8p5« 



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Pari No. 19. Chester City, 

11 SirRobertGrosvenor, bt. Richard Grosvefior, esq.* 
Thomas Grosvenor, esq." 

12 Thomas Grosvenor, esq.' R. Wilbrahara Bootle, esq- 

13 Thomas Grosvenor, esq. R. Wilbraham Bootle, esq. 
14r Thomas Grosvenor, esq. R. Wilbraham Bootle, esq. 
1,5 Thomas Grosvenor, esq. R. Wilbraham Bootle, esq. 

16 Thomas Grosvenor, esq. R. Wilbraham Bootle, estj. 

17 Thomas Grosvenor, esq.^ Robert Vise. Belgrave.* 
Thomas Grosvenor, esq.* 

18 Thomas Grosvenor, esq. Robert Vise. Belgrave. 

1 Thomas ^irosvenor, esq. Robert Vise. Belgrave. ' 
a Thomas Grosvenor, esq. Robert Vise- Belgrave. * 

R. Dras Grosvenor, esq. 
3 Thomas Grosvenor, esq. R. Drax Grosvenor, esq; 

■ Died, a new Writ ordered, November 13, 1755. — ' Eldest Son 
to the otloer Member, he was in April 9, 1761, crested Lord Gros- 
lienor of Kalon in Cheshire. — 3 Second Son to Sir Robert Grosvenor, 
bart.— '(Only Son of Earl Grasvetior ; a Commissioner of the Ad- 
miralty; made one of thcCommiEsioncis for the Management of the 
Affairs of the East Indies, and sworn of His Majesty's Most Ho- 
nourable Privy Council, — 5 Died, a new Writ ordered, February 13, 
'795 — *" Second Son of the deceased Member, and Nephew to Earl 
Grosvenor ; has a Company in the Foot Guards. 



' Only Son of Earl Grosvenor. — ' Succeeded his Father as Earl 
Grosvenor; a new Writ ordered, Dec, 8, j8o2. 



•AHLIAACCKTART |Ll<}IST£lt* Vf 



ParL N0.90* CormvalL 

1 1 Sir Joha Molesworth, bt« Jafticid BuH^r, e$(f.' 
12Sir JohnStAubin, bt. James Buller> esq/ 

John MdeswtJfth, ^.* 
IS Sir John St Aubin^ bt. ^ Sir John Molesworth^ bt. 
H.Mackv^rth Pread, esq, 

14 Sir William Lemon, be Sir John Molesworth, bt.* 

Edward Eliot, esq* ^, 

15 Sir William Lemon, bt. Edward Eliot, esq. ^ 

Sir Wm. MoU$worth, bt, 

16 Sir William Lemon, bt. Sir Wm. Molesworth, bt. 

17 Sr Williimi Lemon, bt.^ Frahds Gregor, esq. 
|8 Sir WilfiatnLemon, bt» Francis Gregor, esq. 

1 Sir William Lemon, bt. Francis Gregor, esq. 

2 Shr Wil^am Lemon, bt, Francis Gregor, esq. 

3 Sir William Lemon, bt. H. Hearle Tremayiie, e^. 

I - - - - ------- - ..■-.- - ■ ■ ■ , 

» Died, a new Writ ordered, May 3, 1765.—- Eldest Son of Sir 
John Mp/eswortb^ h^LTt* to whose Title he succeeded in this Paflia- 
laent.— *3 Died, a new Writ ordered, Nov. 26, 1772.— 4 Died, t 
new Writ ordered, Oct. 1775-P-5 Receiver-Genctal of the Duchy of 
Cornwail \ in this Parliament before for St GermcfPs.''^ Created 
j3aroQ Eiiot of St German* s in the County of Cwrnv)aU \ a new Wri^ 
pfdexed, Jan. 31, 1784.— 7 Major to the Cornish Militia. 



I'ARLIAMINTARY REGISTER. 



Parli No. 21. Laiinceston. 

1 1 Sir George Lee, kt. * Humphry Mortice, esq.' 
Sir John St Aubin, bt.' 

Peter Burrell, esq, * 

12 Peter Burrell, eSq. Humphry Morrice, esq.* 

13 William Amherst, esq.* Rt- Hon. H. Morrice, esq. 

14 johnBuUer, esq. Rt- Hon. H. Morrice, esq. 

15 James Ld.Vt Cranburn.^ Thomas Bowlby, esq.' 
Hon. C- Geo. Perceval.'* Sir John Jervis, k.b.' 

36 Hon. C. Geo. Perceval." George Rose, esq. '* * 
Sir John Swinburn, hart. 

17 Hon. John Rodney.'' Sir Henry Clinton, k.b. '* 
William Garthshore, esq. . 

IS Hon. John Rawdon.'* James Brogden, esq. 

1 Hon. J. T. Rawdon. ' Jamra Brogden, esq. * 

2 Henry R.A.Bennef, esq.* James Brogden, esq. 

3 Hugh Earl Percy.'* James Brogden, esq. 

^ Appointed one of the Clerks Comptrollers of tlie Board of Green 
Cloth; a new Wiit ordered, May 5, 17^7, he was re-elected. — 
"Dean of the Arches, Judge of the Prerogative Court of the Province 
of Canterbury, and Treasurer to the Princess Dowager of Wales ; 
died, R new Writ ordered, December 20, 1758. — 3 Voted not duly 
elected, Feb. 21, 1759. — lA Director of the Soulb Sea Company; 
TOted duly elected, and ought to have been returned, Feb, 21. I7i9' 
—5 Appointed ComptroUer of His Majesty's Household ; a new 
Writ ordered, December 20, 1762, he was re-elected, and sworn of 
the Privy Council; appointed Warden of the Stannarie5, and Stew- 
ard of the Duchy of Cornira// ; and the House resolved, April ig, 
J763, that the same do not vacate his seat in Parliament.—^ Bro- 
ther to ^\t Jcfery jimhern, K.B.; has a Company in the Foot 
Guards ; Aide-du-Camp to the King, and Groom of the Bedcham- 
ber to the HiAf oi G/oucesler. — 7 Comroissary-General of Musters, 
and Brothet-in-law to the Duke of iV7oi7/fl^u ; made Steward of the 
three Cbillern Hundreds i^ new Writ ordered, Jan. 22, 1789— ^ On- 
ly Son to the Earl of Salisbury ; Treasurer of His Majesty's House- 
hold ; succeeded to the Peerage on His Father's death ; a new Writ 
ordered, Nov. 1780.— 9 Captain intbe Royal Navy, now Earl of 5( 

Vincent. 



tAKXIAMSMTAlLT ZXaUfnt^ 



39 



Vincent."^^^ Brother to the Earl oiEgmont^ and eldest Son to the Rt*"^ 
Hon. Ladj Baroness ^r//ipff of the Kingdom of Ireland ', appointed one 
of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty \ a new Writ ordered^ 
December 24, he was re-elected.— '< Became Lord Arden on the 
death of his Mother in June 1784. — i^ Joint-Secretary to the Treasu- 
ry ; made Master of the OfHce of Pleas in the Court of Exchequer^ 
and Clerk of Parliament ^ a new Writ ordered, June 8, 1788, he 
was elected for Lymington^'^^Z Second Son of Lord Rodney^ a Cap- 
tain in the Navy.-*'4 Cousin to the Duke of Newcastle ; Colonel p£ 
a Regiment of Foot ^ Governor of the City of Limerick in Ireland^ 
and a Lieutenant-General ; appointed Governor of Gibraltar in JxXj 
'794 9 ^ "cw Writ ordered^ December 30, 1794 j Brother to the 
£arl of Moira^ and Captain of Yarmouth Castle in the Isle ofWigbtm. 

Pari. II. Feter Burr ell ^ esq. petitioned against Sir John St Auhin^s 
Election, and the House found that he was duly elected, and ought 
to have been returned. 



* Brother to the Earl of Moira.-^ A Russian Merchant.—^ A 
Captain In the Navy.— 4 Eldest Son of the Duke of Sortbumberland. 



MRXIAMENTART RBGISTER. 



Part. No. 22; Leskard. 

1 1 Edmund Nugent, esq. ' Philip Stanhope, esq.' 
Philip Stephens, esq.* 

1 2 Philip Stephens, esq.* Anthony Champion, esq. 

13 Edward Elliot, esq.' Samuel Salt, esq.- 

14 Edward Gibbon, esq.* Samuel Salt, esq. 

15 Hqn.Wilbr.Tollemache.' Samuel Salt. esq.» 

16 Hon. Edw. James Eliot." Hon. John Eliot.'" 

17 Hod. Edw. James Eliot." Hon. John Eliot. 

1 8 Hon. Edw. James Eliot' * Hon. John EUoti 
MurroughE. Inchiquin.'* 



1 Geo. Ld. Vt. Fincastle.' Hon. John Eliot. ' 

2 Hon. Wm. Eliot.' Hon. John Eliot. * 

Wra. Huskisson, esq.*? D. 
Tho, Sheridan, esq. 5 ^* 

3 Hon. "William Eliot. William Huskison, esq. 

' Made a Captain in Colonel ^oia Craufurd'i Regiment of Foot j 
a new Writ ordered, November 22, 1759. — ' His Majesty's Resi- 
dent at Hamburgh. — 3 Second Secretary to the Admiralty. — 4 First 
Secretary to the Admiralty, and to the Charity for Sea Officers Wi- 
dows Officers. — i Receiver- General of the Duchy of Corn-wall, and a 
Commissioner of Trade and Plantations.—* Auihor of the celebrated 
History oF the " Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire ;" made a 
Commissioner of Trade and Plantations ; a new Writ ordered June ?,^ 
J779, he was re-elected. — ^ Next Brother to the Earl of Dysari.^— 
S Deputy Governor to the Seulh Sea Company. — 9 Eldest Son of 
Lord Eliot i a Commissioner of the Treasury; appointed King's 
Remembrancer in the Court of Exchequer ; a new Writ ordered, 
January 25, 1786, he was re-elected. — 'o Second Son of Lord Eiiol. 
^t Appointed one of the Commissioners for the Management of the 
Affairs of the East tnd'iei j a new Writ ordered, June 20, 1793, he 
was re-elected. — " Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant for a 
new Writ to the Cleck of the Crown, October 1797 — '5 Of the 
Kingdom of IrdanH i created Marquis of Tbomondin said Kingdon* 
in December iSoo. 



' Eldest Son of the Eacl of Duiimori = Eldest Son of Lord 



^4i|.|AMlM^&ll EBOiai»Uk* $1 



E^H^rr^ ^Q qC dard Eliot. "^A Succeeded kit Father !n the Peerage ^ * 
a new Wdt ordered* February i8o4.--r5 Under Secretary of State ta 
tl^ Sight £[qnt>k;» Henry Dundas^ now Viscount MelvilU. 

Pari. 2. Mr Sberuian*s Return duly signed by the Shf^ri^. Thp 
Coxnn^ittee foui^d Mr Huskisson duly elected* and that th^ Righ^ of,. 
Xlectipnwas in the Mayor and Burgesses* 



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Pari No. 23. I^esftoithieh 

11 James Edw. Colleton, esq. Rt, Hon. Sir T. Gierke, kt/ 

12 Jame«Edw- Colleton, esq. George Howard, esq.* 

Francis Ld. Vt. Beaucnamp*^ 
IS Henry Cavendish, esq. Charles Brett, esq.* 

14 Arthur Ld. Vt. Fairford,* Charles Brett, esq.^ 

Thomas Potter, esq.^ 

15 Hop. John St John.* Hon. Tho9ia$ d? Grey.*^ 
George Johnstone, esq.^ George Ld. Vt. Mal()ii^«v" 

16 John Thorns^ Ellis, esq. John Sinclair, esq.'* 

17 Reginald Pole Carew,ejsq- Rjichard Vise. VaU^ tort* 

George Smith, esq. 

18 Hans Sloan, esq. William Drunuqiopd, esq^^ 



1 Hans Sloan, esq. William Drummond, esq.* 

2 Hans Sloan, esq. Wm. DickinsoQ, juQ. esq«* 
S Cornelius Ld. Lismore.' WilHam Dickinson, esq.^ 

Charles Cockerell, ^sq., 



— » ^ 



' Appointed Master of the Rolls ^ a new Writ ordi^r/^ly Dec. 2, 
1754, he wal re elected. — * Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons, and 
a Lieutenant-General ; made Governor of the Island of Minorca ^ a 
new Writ ordered, March 27, 1766. — 3 Eldest Son of the Earl of 
Hertford. — 4 Paym^ter of- the Navy,— 5. Only Son to-tbf ,^rl qf 
Hi/Isborougb,--^^ Made Steward of the three Cii/tern.JSfm(^iif ill 
the County oi Buckingham y a new Writ ordered^^ ^77^5 hp 

was afterwards in thi& Parliament for Sandwicb.^^ Appointed one 
of the Welsh. Judges J a new Writ ordered, June 2, 1778, he was 
re-elected.-;— S Brother to Viscount Bolir^gbrohe ; made his El^cUon 
iox Newport Hants '^ a new. Writ ordcj:ed, November i, i^j^p^^^ , 



VAH-LIAMENTARY REGISTEa. 



9 A Captain in tlie Nivy.— "o Only- Son of Lord Wahingbam ; Undef 
Secretiry to Lord George Gerntaine, one of His Majesty's Principal ■ 
Secretaries of State, and a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations j 
(uccecded his Father in the PccraEe ; a new Writ ordered, May 24, 
1781—" Eldest Son of the Earl of £:jjf*.—" Created a BarooeB 

niGreat Britain, Feb. 4. 1786 "3 Only Son of the Earl of J/oqb/- 

tdgecumbe ; made his Election for Fa-wey ; a new Writ oidereJ, 
Febiuary 1791. 



* Envoy. Extraordinary at tlie Court of Naples. — ^ A Barrister at 
Law ; Son to the Member for Somerselshire., appointed a Lord of tht 
Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, May 17, 1804, he wa? re-elected. 
3 Lord Lumore of the Kingdom of Ireland. — 4 Made his Election for 
the County ai Somerset ; a new Writ oidered, January 11, 1807. 



No. 24. Truro. 



11 Hon. Edward Boscawen.' 
13 Hon. George Boscawen.' 

13 Hon. George Boscawen. 

14 Bamber Gascoyne, esq.' 

15 Bamber Gascoyne, esq. 



16 W. A. S. Boscawen, esq." 

17 W.A. S. Boscawen, esq.'' 
William I. Powlett, esq.''' 

18 John Lev esonGower, esq. 



Hon. John Boscawen.* 
Hon. John Boscawen.* 
Edward H. Boscawen, esq.' 
Edward H. Boscawen, esq.'' 
Alexander Leith, esq. 
George Boscawen, esq-' 
Henry Rosewarne, esq.^ 
John Poll. Bastard, esq.'" 
Sir John St. Aubin, bt. 
Wm. M'Carmick, esq.'" 
John Hiley Addington, esq. 
James Gordon, esq. 

John Lemon, esq. 



1 JohnLevesonGower,esq.' John Lemon, esq. 

2 EdwardLev.Gower, esq,* John Lemon, esq. 

3 EdwardLev.Gower,esq. John Lemon, esq. 

* Next Brother to Lord Viscount Falmauih ; a Coramissior\er of 
ifte Admiralty, and Vice-Admiral of the White Si^uadnon of His 

Majesty's 



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Majesty's Fleet ; afterwards made Vice- Admiral of the Red, and 
Admiral of the Blue ^ General of the Marine Forces, and one of 
His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council j died, Jan. lo, 1761, 
no new Writ issued.—* Third Brother to Losd Viscount Falmouth ; 
has a Company in the Foot Guards, «nd Qroom of the Bedchamber 
to the Duke of Cumberland ; made' Colonel of a Regiment of Foot.— 
3 Second Brother to Lord Viscount Falmouth ; Colonel of a Regi- 
ment of Foot, and Lieutenant-Governor of the Scilly Islands ^ made 
a Major- General .—4 Made a Major-Gcneral j died, a new Writ or- 
dered, June 3, 1767.— 5 Eldest Son to the late Admiral Boscawen. 
— ^ pied, and the Speaker issued his Warrant for a new Writ, July 
i774'"^7 Son to Lieutenant-General Qeorge Boscawen^. and a Cap- 
tain in the Horse Guards. — ^ A Commissioner of Trade, and Planta- 
tions ; made a Commissioner of. the Admiralty ^ a newW^iit issued* 
June 3, 1779, ^^ was re elected. — 9 Vice-Wardenof the Stannaries ; 
died, anew Writ ordered, June 30, 1783. — ^° Made Steward of the 
three Chiltern Hupdreds^'in the County oi Buckingham ; anew Writ 
ordered, Jan. 29, 1784. — ^' Cousin to Viscount Falmouth -^ has a 
Company in the Foot Guards. — ^* A Major in the Army on half pay j 
made Governor of the Island of Cape Breton 5 a new Writ ordered, 
Feb. 26, 1787. — ^3 Made a Commissioner of the Salt Office; a new 
Writ ordered, Jbfie 1792.— ^4 Hi« father 8U9ceeding Harry 6th 
13uke of Bolton^' 2LS Marquis of Winchester, January 1794, he was 
from that timV stiled Earl of Wiltshire ; Major and afterwards Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel of the. H^rm^/^iW Militia. 

Pari. 16. The Honble. Thomas Erskine and Roger Wilhrahain 
esq. petitioned. , 



' A Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army.—* A Captain in the Navy. 






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Pari. No. 25, Bodmyn. 

11 Sir William Irby, bt.' George Hunt, esq. 

12 John Parker, esq.* George Hunt, esq. 
Sir Christopher Trelse, kt. 

IS James Laroche, esq. George Hunt, esq. 

H James Laroche, esq.' George Hunt, esq. 

]5 WilliamMastermaiijesq." George Hunt, esq. 
15 Sir JohnMorshead, bt. Thomas Hunt, esq.' 

George Wilbraham, esq, 

1 7 Sir John Morshead, bt. Roger Wilbraham, esq. 

18 Sir Jo&nMorshead, bt. JohnNesbit, esq. 

1 JohnNesbit, esq.' Sir John Morshead, bt.* 

,3 Chas. S. LeFevre, esq.' JosiasDupre Porcher, esq. 

John Sergent, esq.* 

James Topping, esq- 
3 William Wingfield, esq. Davies Giddy, esq. 

■ Cliamberlain to the Pnoctss Dowager of Waiei ; on the Disso- 
lution of this Parliament he was created Baron Boston of Bajlon in 
' the County of Lincoln. — ' Made Steward of the three Chiliern Hun- 
dreds ill the County al Buckingham; a new Writ ordered. May 17, 
1762, he was chosen for the County of Devon. — I Created a Baronet 
of Great Brilain, August I4, 1776.— .4 Clerk, of the Council, and 
Register of the Duchy Court of Lancaster. — 5 Brothet to the late 
Member ; died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk cf 
the Crown to make out a new Writ, November 1 789. 

Pari. 16. William Maslerman, esq. petitioned. 

Pari. 17. Sir 'James Laroche, bart. and several of the Electors pe- 
titioned. The Chairman of the Committee that tried the Merits of 
iliis Election, reported to the House, thai the sitting Members were 
duly elected, and that the Petition wat fiivolous and ve.^atious. 



^^ inakii 

■ 1802. 

■ CbUu 



• A London Merchant.^* Surveyor- General of (he Duchy of 
Cornwall.-—^ A Banister at Law } returned also for Reading, and 
inaking his choice for that place, a new Writ was ordered, Dec. 10, 
1802- — 4 Joint Secretary to the Treasury ; made Steward •i the 
CbUiern Hundreds -f 3 new Writ ordered, July 33, i8c6. 



PAiLX^IAMS^tARY |L£Ot8t£R4 9$ 



y 

Pari. No. 26, Helston. 

1 1 Francis Godolphtn, esq. John Evelyn, esq.^ 

12 Francis Godolphm, esq.' John Evelyn, esq.^ 
William Evelyn, esq.* William Wyndham, esq. 

IS William Evelyn, esq.^ James E. or Clanbrassil.*^ 

14 FrancisM.of Carm;^ ? D. CF. Cockayne Gust, esq.* 
^ Francis Owen, esq.^5 R* c^^^^P Yorke, esq/** 

15 Thomas Ld. Hyde." 7 D. CPhilip Yorke, esq.** 

JocelynDeane,esq.*'5 R- c W^^°^ Evelyn, esq.'* 
R.Barwell,esq. viceDean. 
Thos. Ld-Hyde, v. Yorke. 

16 Thomas Lord Hyde.'^ John Rogers, esq.'* 
James B. Burgess, esq.'^ Roger Wilbraham, esq. 

17 J. B. Burgess, e^. ? D. C Charles Abbot, esq.'^ 

Sir Giib. Elliot, bt.'^ 5 R- c Stephen Lushington, esq.*^, 
Charles Abbot, esq.** 
28 Charles Abbot, esq. Richard Richards, e$q«*^ 

LordF.G. Osbom.*^ 



1 Charles Abbot, esq.* Lord Francis O. Osborne;* 

.? J? Edward, Vt-Fitzhanis.^ JohnPenn, esq. 

Davies Giddy, esq.* A. John, Vt* Primrose.* 

Sir John Shelly, bt. 
S Rt. Hon* N. Vanfflttart.^ John de Ponthieu, esq# 



> One of the Clerks of the Household to the Prince of Walei,-^^ 
^ On the Death of Francis £arl of Godotphinj he succeeded as Lord 
GoMfbin of He/stan ; a new Writ ordered, January i6, 1766.—- 
3 On the Dissolution <rf the last Parliament he was made one of the 
Clerks of the Board of Green Cloth, and in 1763 succeeded his Bro- 
ther as a Baronet.-— 4 Major to the First Kegtment of Foot Guards* 
and a Colonel in the Army. — 5 Made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot 
in November 1769, and a Major>General in April 1770.—^ Of /r^* 
JaiHf^ Chief^ Remembrancer of the Exchequer in that Kingdom.— 
7 Son of the Duke of Leids^ not duly elected*— ^ Not duly elected*— « 
9 Uncle to Sir Brownhw Cust^ bart. Counsel to the Admiralty and 
Nivy. and one of His Majesty ^s'Counsellors at Law ; duly elected. 
.1^10 j^ttiy elected .-4i*»i< Eldest Son of tbe £arl QiChrenJon ; not duly 

^^ elected. 




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elected.—" Duly elected ; made Steward of the three ChUlern llutt'- 
fl'r.?a'/ in the County al Bucks; anew Writ ordered, June ij,;i78i. — 'J 
Brother lo Lord Mushrryai Ireland; died before the Committee had 
. tried the merits of his Election, and he being to have been duly 
eicLted; a new Writ wa^ ordered, Feb. Ji, i78r. — 4 A Licutenant- 
Geneta!, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot ; found not duly elect- 
ed. — 'S Succeeded hts Father as Earl of Clarendon ; tkc Speaker 
issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, Dec. 
,786.— ^^ Made Steward of the three ChUlern Hundreds in the Coun- 
ty oi Buckingham; a new Writ ordered, March r6, 1786 

'7 Under Secretary to the Duke of Leeds, one of His Majesty's 
Principal Secretaries of Stale— ■= Fourid not duly elected— '9 Found 
duly eiectedj made Viceroy of the Kingdom of Corsica ; a new 
"Writ ordered, June [t, 1795. — '° Found duly elected; created a. 
Baronet of Gr^d/ Britain, April 12, 1791 ; Chairman oflhe Direc- 
tors of the East India Company. — " A Barrister at Law, and Cletk 
of the Rules of the CoOrt of King's Bench.—" A Barrister at Law j 
jttiade Steward of the three ChUlern Hundreds in (he County of Buck- 
ingham , a new Writ ordered, IWarch 21,. 1799,— '3 Brother to the 
Duke of Lieds. 

(•arL \\. Trancis Coekayne Cusl, and Pbi/i/t Yorke, esq. peti- 
tioned, as did several of the Freemen. The Chairman of the Com- 
mittee that tried this double Return reported to the House, that Mr 
Custuni Mr Torie were duly elected, and that the Marquis olCar- 
tnarthea and Mr Owea were not duly elected. The Return amended 
accordingly, March 14, 1775. 

Pari. 15. The Chairman of the Committee itiat tried iJiIs double 
Return, reported to the House, that Philip Jorie and Jocelyn Deane, 
esqTS. were duly elected, and that Lord Hyde and William Ewly/i, 
esq. TWre not duly elected. The Qerk of the Crown ordered to at- 
tend, and the Return amended accordingly, Feb. 19, 1781. 

Ptrl. 17. The Chairman of the Committee appointed to try this 
double Return, repoited to the House, that Sir Gilbert Elhot, bart. 
and Ste/'ben Luihingloa, esq. were duly elected, and that "jomes 
Bianti Burgess ani^ Charles j^bbol, esqrs. were not duly elected ; the 
Clerk of the Crou'Ti ordered to attend, and the Kcturn amended ac- 
.cordingly, Dec. 21, 1790. 



• Speaker of tlie first Parliament of the United Kingdom— 1 Bro- 
ther to thcDukeof Zrtrf/.— 1 Eldest Son of the Earlof ^faAnria.^j- ; 
appointed a Lord of the Treasury ; a new Writ ordered. May 12, 
1^04.-3 Made Steward of thf three ChUlern Hundreds ; a new Writ 
vrdercd, May 2, iScj.-^ Eldest Son of ibe £arl «f Raeberrie.-^ 

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PARLIAMENTARY REOUTfiR. * 37 



5 Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds % a new WrU order- 
ed, April 15, 1806.— i One of the Secretaries to the Board of Trea- 
sury ^ made his £Iection for Old Sarum\ a new Writ ordered, Jan. 

a, 1807. 



Farl No. 27. Salt ash. 

1 1 William Vt. Duncannon." Hon. George Clinton/ 
Hon. Chas. Townshend.^ 

12 John Cleveland, esq.* George Adams, esq. 
Hon. Aug. J. Hervey.^ 

1 3 Martin fi. Hawke, esq/ Thomas Bradshaw, esq.^ 

John Williams, esq.® 
Thomas Bradshaw, esq/ 

14 Grey Cooper, esq."* Thomas Bradshaw, esq." 



Sir Chas. Whitworth, kt.'* 
Henry Strachey, esq.'^ 
Paul Fielding, esq. 

15 Sir Grey Cooper, bt.** Rt. Hon. C. Jenkinson.'^ 

16 Charles Ambler, esq.'^ Rt. Hon. C. Jenkinson.' ^ - 

Richard E.of Mornington.'^ 
John Lemon, esq.'^ 

17 George Vise. Garlies.'° Edward Bearcroft, esq.'* 
Hon. William Stewart.** 

18 Alex. Wentworth, Lord Edward Bearcroft, esq.** 

M'Donald.*^ Charles Smyth, esq. 



1 A. Wentw.Ld. McDonald. Charles Smyth, esq. 

2 Matthew Russell, esq. Robert Deverel, esq. 

S Matthew Russell, esq. Arthur Champemowne, esq. 
Matthew Russell, esq.* Ar. Champerpowne, esq.* 
W. H. Freemantle, esq.^ Hon. Richard Neville.* 

' Son of the Earl of Besborougb \ a Commissioner of the Admiral- 
ty } made a Commissioner of the Treasury ^ a new Writ ordered, 
Dec. 4, 1756 5 he was chosen for Harwich, — * Uncle to the Earl of 
Ltncd/ft 'f Admiral of the Blue.-!-3 Second Son of Viscount Town* 
jbendy Treasurer of the Chamber.— 4 First Secretary to the Admi- 
ralty J died, a new Writ ordered, Nov. 15, 1763.— 5 Next Brother 
ifti the JSkrl pf Bristol ) a Captain in the Navy, and a Colonel of 

P 3 IN^arin^s, 



.PAH LIA MEN TART REGISTEtt. 



Marines ; in this Parliament before for Si Eiiiiiundsbury,—^ Eldest 
&oaoi ^\i Edward Haiukc, K. B. now Lord Hawke. — 7 Joint Se- 
cretary to the Treasury ; made a Commisiioner of the Admiralty ; 
a new Writ ordered. May i, r771. — ' Found not duly elected. — 
S Duly elected, and ought to have been returned. — ■" Joint Secretary 
to ihe Treasury. — "Died, a new Writ ordered, Nov. l8, 1774.— 
-•» Lieutenant-Governorof ri'/iwfFOT-i; Chairman of the Commitiecs 
of Ways and Mean?, and Treasurer of the Foundling Hosfiiiai ; in 
this Parliament before for East Looe; died, and tlic Speaker issued 
his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, September 
22, 1778.— ^Storekeeper of the Ordnance ; in this Parliament be- 
fore for Buhop"! Caslle ; made Steward of the three CHhern Hun- 
dreds in the County of Bickinghanishire j a new Writ ordered, July 
1780, he mas chosen for B(Vio/i'/ Castle. — '4 Made a CommissloBer bf 
the Treasury; a ncif Writ ordered, April 4, 1783, he was re-cho- 
sen.^'S Secretary at War, and Clerk of the Pells in Ireland— 
'* Attorney General to the Queen. — "7 Created Lord Haviketbury, 
Baion of Ha-wiisi/ury in the County of Glitucaier ; the Speaker issu- 
ed his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, Oct. 4, 
)786.— 'SQf /rf/flW; a Commissioner of the Treasury i in this Par- 
liament before for Beerfilsion ; not duly elected. — '9 A Major in the 
Life Guards ; Brother to Sir William Lemon, bart.— »Son of th? 
Earl of Galloway ; a Captain in the Navy t made Steward of the 
Manor of Eas! Hendred in the County of Berts ; a new Writ order- 
(d, February 1795.—"' Chief Justice ai Chester. — " Second Son of 
the Earl oi G olio-way ; a Lieutenant -Colonel in the Army.— '^ Of 
/rf/*in<('.—'4 Died, anew Writ ordered, Nov. 29, 1796. 

Pari. 13. Thomas Bredshaw, esq. petitioned against the Election 
fijebn {Villiams, esq. The Chairman of the Committee, appointed 
to try this contested Election, reported to the House, that the Peti- 
tioner was duly elected, and ought 10 have been returned. The Clerk 
of the Crov.-n ordered to attend, and the Return was amended ac- 
cordingly, June 8. 1772. 

Pail. ij. Sir JVilliarn Lemon, bart. and John Bullcr, esq. peti- 
tioned against the Ejection of Sir Grey Cooper, ban. and JMr "^en- 
iinson- The Chairman of the Commitlee that tried the merits of 
thii Election reported to the House, that the sitting Members were 

ly elected, Feb. 4, 1781. 

!■ — yoba Bulltr and several of the Inhabitant* petitioned 
against the Election of Sir Grey Cvoper, in 1783. The Chairman of 
the Committee that tried this Election repotted, that Sir Crey\Cooper, 
hart, was duly elected, May 20, 1783. 

Pari. 16. George Lord Siraihaven, (eldest Son of the Earl of 
j^boym), and John Curtis, e^q. petitioned. Renewed the ad Session. 
f bp Chairman of the Compittee that tiietl tbis flection revolted to 



PJIRLIAMIHTAKY HEOISTBH. S9 



At HoBie, that the tkting Members wefe duly elected, April 25, 

■ ,7^ LtfMn^ esq. and some of the fiorgesses, petitioned 
atMMt the filection of the Earl of MomtHgton. 'fhe Chairman of 
ne GoaoHttee that tried this Election reported to the House, that 
J9bm Lemotit esq. the Petitioner, was duly elected, and ought to 
hnfe been retomed. May 1787. The Clerk of the Crown ordered 
to attend, and the Return amended accordingly. 



<Not duly elected.—^ Not duly elected.— 3 Duly elected i made 
Us Electiea for Harwich ; a new Writ ordered| February 27, 1807. 
"«4 Eldest Son of Lord Braybrooke. 

PittL 3* esq. petitioned against the Election. 



PwrL No. a 8. Camelford. 

n Samiiel Martm, esq. John Lade, esq.^ 

Bartholomew Burton, esq.^ 

12 Samuel Martin^ esq/ Bartholomew Burton, esq. 

13 Charles Phillips, esq. William Wilson, esq. 

14 John Amyand, esq.' Francis Heme, esq/ 

Sir Ralph Payne, k.b.^ 

15 John Pardoe, jun. esq.^ James Maq)herson, esq. 

16 Jonathan Phillips, esq.^ James Macpherson, esq. 
Sir Samuel Hannay, bt. 

17 Sir Samuel Hannay, bt.'^ James Macpherson, esq. 
William Smith, esq. Lord Wm. CaV' Bentinck. 

1 8 William J. Dexmison, esq. John Angerstein, esq. 

1 William J. Denison, e ^ ^ 

2 Robert Adair, esq.^ John Fonblanque, esq.' 
S Robert Adair, esq. James, Vise. M^jtland " 



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3 



^ Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Joint Secre- 
tary to the Treasury.—- 3 Created a Baronet of Greaf Brtfain^ March 
24, 1758 ; died, a new Writ ordered, May 17, 1759.— 3 A Mer- 
chant in London^ and a Director of the Bank.— 4 Treasurer to the 
Princess Dowager of Waies.'^S A Merchant in London ^ Brother to 
Sir George Amyand^ bart, 5 died June 5, 1780 \ no new Writ was 
issued.*-^ Died^ and the Speaker issued his Warrant $0 the Clerk of 

D4 fh$ 



40 t>ARLIAM£KTAIlY ItEGISTJER. 



the Crown, October 1776.— 7 Made one of the Clerks Comptrollers 
of the Board of jGreen Cloth 5 a new Writ ordered, June 5, 1777^ 
he was, re-chosen.-^ 8 ^ Director of the East InJia Company.— 
9 Made Steward of the three Chihern Hundreds in the County of 
Buckingham \ anew Writ ordered, July 22, 1784. — '^Died, a new 
Writ ordered, Dec. 12, 1790. — ^^ Died, a pew Wtit ordered, March 
a 796. — ?* Second Son to the Duke of Portland > Clerk of the Pipe, 
and a Lieutenant- Colonel of Dragoons. 

Pari. i8« Augt^stus Ludlow Lord Preston, and Robert Adair y 
esq. petitioned. The Chairman of this Committee appointed to try 
the merits of the contested Election reported to the House, that the 
Committee had determined the Right of Election for Members to 
serve in Parliament for said Borough to be in the freemen, being 
Inhabitants, Paying Scot and Lot. They had also determined, ^hat 
the Capital Burgesses had no Right to vpte for Members for this Bo- 
rough,'unles5 as free Burgesses, inhabiting and paying Scot and Lot. 
That they have determined that Wm. J* Dennison^ and John Ah" 
gerstein^ esq'rs. are duly elected, and that the Petitions of iorw^Pr^jr 
ion and Robert j^air, esq. were not frivolous or vexatious, Nov. io« 



> A King^s Counsel.—* Envoy Extraordinary at Vienna^r^^ ^4- 
^st Son of the Earl oi Lauderdale. 



PARLIAMBKTARY WLEOWXEJL. 



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Pari. 



No. 29. West Looe. 



11 John Frederick, esq. 

12 Francis BuIIer, esq.' 
John Sargent, esq.^ 

13 William Graves, esq/ 

14 William James, esq.^ 

15 Sir William James, hi.''' 
John Buller, esq.'* 

16 John Scott, esq.'^ 

1 7 Sir John de la Pole, bt, 
ISSitwellSitwell, esq. 



William Noel, esq." 
William Trelawney, esq.* 
Sir William Trelawney, bt.* 
James Townshend, esq- 
James Townshend, esq.^ 
Charles Ogilvie, esq.^ 
John Rogers, esq. 
John Buller, esq." 
John Sommers Cocks, esq.'^ 
John Lemon, esq.*^ 
James Adams, esq. 
John Pardoe, esq.'* 
John Buller, esq.'^ 
John H. Frere, jun. esq. 



1 Sitweil Sitwell, esq. John Hookham Frere, esq. 

2 James Buller, esq.* Thomas Smith, esq." 
Ralph Allen Daniel, esq. QuintonDick, esq.^ 

3 Ralph Allen Daniel, esq. James Buller, esq. 



I Chief Justice 6f Chester; made one of the Puisne Judges of the 
Court of Common Pleas j a new Writ ordered, May 5, 1757.—* A 
Captain in the Navy. — 3 Made Groom Porter to His Majesty j « new 
Writ ordered, December 16, 1763, he was re^chosen ; died, a new 
Writ ordered, January 10, 1765.— 4 Made Governor of Jamaica 5 a 
new Writ ordered, July 5, 1767. — 5 A Director of the Bank.— 
* Master in Chancery.— 7 An Alderman of London,'^^ A Director of 
the East India Company, and an elder Brother of the Trinity* House ; 
created a Baronet oi Great Britain^ July 25, 1778. — 9 Made Steward 
pf the three Chihern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new 
Writ ordered, I775« — '° Died, a new Writ ordered, D'ec. 

26, 1783. — *' Made Steward of the three Chilterr^ Hundreds in the 
County of Buckingham ^ a new Writ ordered, March 12, 1782. — 
" In this Parliament before for this Borough. — '3 Eldest Son of Sir 
Charles Cocks, bart. Member for Rycgate. — M A Major in the Ser- 
Vict of the East India Company. — '5 Brother to Sir William Lemon, 
bart. 5 a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Horse Guards \ made Steward pf 
f hp jhrce Chiltern Hundreds in the Cou;ity of Buckingham 3 a new 

Writ 



49* r ARLlAMEHTAllV RB^i«tlE&* 



Writ ordered, July 1^84. — ^ Died in Afril 1796, no new Writ Or- 
deted. — »7 Made Steward of the Manor of Easi Hendrediu the Coun- 
ty of Berks \ ft new Writ ordered, November tOy 17^ > aj^inted 
under Secretary of State* 



' Made Steward of tlie three Chiltern Hundreds ; a new Wrk or- 
dered, Dec. 9, 1803.— ^ Made Steward of the Manor oi EasiHem' 
dred^ Berks \ a new Writ ordered^ 1805.-3 A Barrister at JLaw. . 



■■i. i i#n -i'lT ^ rx . 



a *> 



Pari. No. 30. Grampoitnd. 

11 Merrick Burrelj 5 esq.' Sinjon Fanshaw, esq.* 

12 Merrick Burrell, esq.* Simon Fanshaw, esq.? 

13 Grey Cooper, esq. ^ Charles W. Cornwall, csq.^ 

14 Rt.Hon.SirJ.Yorke,KB.^ Richard Aid. Neville, esq. 

15 Sir John Ramsden, bt. Thomas Lucas, esq. 

1 6 Hon. John S. Cocks.^ Francis Baring, esq. 

1 7 Jeremiah Grutchley, esq. Thomas Wallace ^ esq. 

18 Robert Sewell, esq. Bryan Edwards, esq.* 

Sir Christ. Hawkins, bt. . 

1 Robert Sewell, esq^ Sir Christ. Hawkins, bt. 

2 Benjamin Hothouse, esq.* Sir Christ. Hawkins, bt. . 

3 Henry Fawcett, esq. Sir Christ. Hawkins, bt. 



I Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.^^'^ One of the Clerks 
of the Household to the Prince of Wa/es. — 3 Appointed one of the 
Clerks of the Board of Green Cloth, on the Dissolution of the last 
Parliament. — 4 Created a Baronet July 12, 1^66."^$ Joint Secretary 
to the Treay^ry, and King's Counsel in the Duchy Court of Lancas" 
ter, — ^ Made a Commissioner of the Treasury j a new Writ ordered, 
March 12, 1774, he was re-elected. — 7 Brother to the Earl of Hard- 
wiche ; Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States 
General \ Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons ^ a Lieutenant-Gene- 
ral ) a Knight of the Bpth, add a Member of the Most Honourable 
Privy' Council.— S £]dcst Son of Lord Sommers.^^9 Died, a new 
'VVrit oidcfcd, July 19, 1800. 

* A 



I>A&UA1ICKTA&Y mEOISTEH. 48, 



' A Barrister at Law ; Secretary to the Board fpr Management of 
Affairs in India : this he resigned in May 1804 — in 1805 made Chair* 
j&an of the Committees for Supplies. 



J ■ i ■ ." I I "I 'I I.. I 'I \ ji V II , , ; .ft J .ftM I I I J H I I I 

Pari. No. 81. East Looe. 

11 JohnBuHer, esq/ Francis Gashry, esq.* 

ISjohnBuUer^ esq«^ Francis Gashry, esq.^ 

Henry Ld. Vt. Palmerston.^ 

1 3 John BuUer, ^sq. Richard Hussey, esq.^ 

Richard Leigh, esq.^ 
John Purling, esq. 

14 Johft Buller, esq. Sir Charles Whitworth, kt.^ 

Thomas Graves, esq.^ 
William Graves, esq.'® 

15 John Buller, esq." William Graves, esq.'*- 
Godfrey Wentworth, esq. John James Hamilton, esq. 



* Comptroller of the Mint.—* Treasurer and Paymaster of the 

Ordnance.— -3 Died, a new Writ ordered, May 2r, 1762.— -4 Made a 

Commissioner of the Admiralty^ a new Writ ordered^ December 17, 

1765, he ^as re-chosen.— S Of Ireland ; made a Commissioner of 

Trade and Plantations \ a new Writ ordered, N'avcmber rr, 1765, 

lie was re-elected.-—^ Attorney- General to the Queen \ Counsel to 

the Admiralty and Navy, and Auditor- General to the Duchy of 

Cornwall and Greenwich Hospital ; died, and the Speaker issued out 

his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, Sept. 1770. 

7 One of His Majesty^s Serjeants at Law ; died, a new Writ ordered, 

Mtrch 30, 1772.— 8 Made Steward of the three Chihern Hundreds 

in the County of Buchingham 5 a new Writ ordered, 1774» 

he was chosen iovSaltash. — 9 A Captain in the Navy \ inade Steward 

of the three Cbiltern Hundreds \ a new Writ ordered, ^775 > 

created Lord Graves^ I. P.— ^ A Master in Chancery 5 Brother to 

nomas Grav^s^ esq.<^^»* Upon the Dissolution of thc.J4th Parliar 

ment; he w^s appointed one of the Lords Commissioners of the Trea- 

isuryr^again appointed to the same Office j a new Writ ordeied, 

Dec. 26, 1783, he was re-elected. — '* Appointed Steward of the 

Sbiltern fiundrefb *^ «i new Writ ordered, r^ovember 24, 1783. 



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Pari. No* 31*. East Looe continued. 

16 John Buller, esq.'^ William Graves, esq.'* 
Richard Grosvenor, esq.** Alexander Irving, esq'^ 
Robert Vise. Belgrave.'^ J. John Earl of Carysfort.'* 

17 Hon. W Wesley Pole.' ^ Robert Wood, esq.*° 
Charles Arbuthnot, esq. * 

13 John fenller, esq.** William Graves, esq.*" 

John Smith, esq.*' Frederick W- Greaves, esq. 

Sir John Mitford, kt.** 



1 John Buller, esq-' Frederick Wm. Buller, esq. 

2 John Buller, esq. Edward Buller, esq. 

3 John Buller, esq. Edward Buller, esq. 



13 Commissioner of the Treasury ; died, and the Speaker gave notice 
in the London Gazette, that he would issue his Warrant to the Clerk 
of the Crown for a new Writ, August 1786. — H A Master in Chan- 
cery ; made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of 
Buckingham \ a new Writ ordered, 1787.— '5 Nephew to Earl 

Grjosvengr; made Steward of thfe three Chtitern Hundreds^ a new Writ 
ordered, Apr. 1788. — ^^ A Lieut, in the Foot Guard's^ died,a new Writ 
ordered, Jan. 22,1790.—- '7 Only Son of Earl Grosvenovy made a Com- 
missioner of the Admifalty j a new Writ ordered, Jan. 22, 1790, He 
-was re-elected. — '^ Of Ireland^'^'-^^ Brother to the Earl oi Mornington 
of Ireland 5 made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the Coun- 
ty of Buckingham \ a, new Writ ordered, March 16, 1794.— ^o A Ma- 
jor in the Army 5 made a Licut.-Col. in the Army in May 1796.— 
2' A Master in Chancery 5 made Steward of the three Chi/tern Hun^ 
dreds\n the County oi Bucks; a new Writ April 16, 1798.— ** Made 
Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of Buchs,\ a 
new Writ ordered. May 1799. — *3 Made Steward of the three Chil- 
tern Hundreds in the County oi Bucks ; a new Writ ordered, JuJy 
J 2, 1799- — ^ Attorney General to his Majesty, in this Parliament 
before for Beeralston 5 chosen Speaker nth Feb. 1801. 



I Recorder of this Borough. 

Pari. 3. A Petition against the Election oi John and Edward ^ul' 
At, esr^rs. ordered to be heard the 17th of March 1807. 



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Pari 



1 1 Hon. Rich. Edgecumbe.* 
John Plumtree, esq. 

12 Sir Edward Turner, bt.' 
Francis Bassetc, esq. 

13 Francis Basset, esq.^ 
William Lemon, esq.^ 

14 Sir George Osborne, bt.* 

15 Sir Francis Bassett, bt. 

16 Sir Francis Basset, bt. 

17 Sir Francis Basset, bt.'"* 

18 Thomas Wallace, esq." 



No. 32. Penryn. 

Hon. George Boscawen.* 



George B. Rodney, esq.* 

f 

HughPigot, esq.* 

William Chaytor, esq. 
John Rogers, esq,^ 
Reginald Pole Carew, esq. 
Sir John St Aubin, bt. 
Rich. Glover, jLLrD. & f.r.s. 
William Meeke, esq. 



1 Rt. Hon. T. Wallace.* • William Meeke, esq. 

2 Sir Step. Lushington, bt.* Sir John NichoUs, bt.^ 

3 Sir Caesar Hawkins, bt.* Henry Swann, esq. 
John Trevanion, esq. 



I Eldest Son of hord Ei/gecumbe i appointed a Commissioner of 
the Admiralty J a new Writ ordered, Dec. 22, 1755, he was re- 
chosen j made Comptroller of His^ Majesty's Household^ a new 
Writ ordered, Dec. 1756, he was re-chosen j succeeded to the Peer- 
age on the Death of his Father, a new Writ ordered November 25, 
1758,— « Second Brother to Viscount Falmouth \ Colonel of a Regi- 
ment of Foot, and Lieut. -Governor of the Sciily Islands, — 3 Vice- 
Admiral of the Blue Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet ^ Master of 
Greenwich Hospitai 'y created a Baronet January 21, 1764. — 4 Died, 
a new Writ ordered, November 1 1, 1766. — 5 Brother to Lord Pigot^ 
I. P. ; a Captain in the Navy, and Colonel of Marines,—^ Died, a 
new Writ ordered, January 10, 1770. — 7 Made Steward of the Manor 
of East Hendred in the County of Berks ; a new Writ ordered, Dec. 
• 14, 1772. He stood Candidate for the County of Cornwall^ but lo- 
sing the Election, he was re-chosen for this Places created a Baronet 
May 3, 1774. — ^ Has a Company in the Foot Guards, and Groom 
of the Bedchamber to the Kii.g.— 9 Made Steward of the three Chil- 
tern Hundreds \ a newWiit ordered, December 23, 1782 — ^^On 
the Dissolution of this Parliament, created Lord de DunstanvUIe of 
Trebidy P/trk^ CernwalL — " Made a Commissioner of the Admi. 

raJty ; , 



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ralty ; a new Writ ordered, July 19, I797> he was re-elected ; nuide 
a Commissioner for the Management or Affairs in India ^ a new Writ 
ordered^ May 30, iSoo, he was re-elected* 

Pari. 15. Several of the Electors petitioned against the sitting 
Members, but the Petition was not renewed the second Seisioo* 

Pari. 16. Joshua Smith and Richard Jschon^ esqrs. petitiopcd,- 
renewed the second Session aad tried, wbca the Coi9mttt£^ £9U«4 
that the sitting Members were duly electedy March i8» 1785* 



I A Commu^ioner of tlie A&irs in India.^^'^ A Director of Ae 
Eatt India Company.— 5 The King's Advocate- General, and ofHcial 
to the Archdeacocvof Middltse» and Loadoti*''^ Not duly elected* . . 



Pari. 3, John Treuanion^ esq. and several of tlie Voters petition- 
ed against the filecHon of Sir C, Havihmi^ and tke Committfie vAlq 

tried Ythe Election found that Hsnt^ Swann and John Trivanion^ 
esqrs. wer« duly elected, and that Sir Christopher Hawkins^ bart. was 
notdulyelcct^d, Fcbruwy 4, ^807* 



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Pari. NckSS. ^Tregony. 

11 William Trevanion, esq/ John Fuller, esq. 
12WiliiamTrevanio]]9 esq,^ AbrabamHume, esq. 
Thomas Pownall, esq. 

13 Thomas Pownali, esq. Hon John Grey.^ 

14 Hon. Geo. Lane Parker/ Alexander Leith, esq.^ 

15 John Stephenson, esq* John Dawes, esq. 

16 Rt. Hon. Lloyd Kenyon,^ Robert Ejngsmill, esq*^ 
^ , Horn Hugh S. Conway.® 

17 John Stevenson, esq.^ Matthew Montagu, esq. 
Hon. Robert Stewart."^ 

J8 Sir Lionel Copley, bt., John Nichols, esq. 



1 Sir Lionel Copley, bt. ' John Nicholls, esq. 

2 Charles Cockerell, esq.* Geo.Marquisof DIandford.' 

George W.Thelusson, esq.^ 
3 Hon. WnL OCallaghan.^ Godfrey Wentworth, esq* 



< ■! » pi4^p*if*^*^p.».W.p—»— » I I I I It.. 



' AfKlUor 0^ the Duchy of Cornwdii,"^''^. Dicdt anew Writ oriieredy 
Jan. 27, 1767. — 3 Uncle to the Earl of Stamford i a Clerk of the 
Board of Green Cloth, — 4 Brother to the Earl of Macclesfield^ and 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and a Major-Geiieral. — 5 Created a 
Baronet, November 11, 1775. — ^Master of the Rolls; created a 
Baronet ol Great Britain^ July 24, 1784; appointed Lord Chief Jus- 
tice of the King^s Bench, and created Baron Kenyon of Greddington^ 
4a the County of Flint ; a new Writ ordered, June 8, 1 788-^7. A 
Captain in the Navy.— * Fourth Son of the Earl q{ Hertford; a Cap- 
tain in^he Navy, ahd Treasurer of the Household to the Pciace of 
Wales. -^^ Died, a new Writ ordered May 5, 1794. — ^^ Eldest Son 
of Lord Londonderry in Ireland^ who on the 5th of Fct>ruary 17951 
vras created Viscount Castlereagb in Ireland* 

Pari. 16. George Viscount Lewisham^ (eldest Soh of the Earl of 
Dartmouth) y and John Bettesworih, e^q. petitioned, Lotd^ Lewiskam 
-Ixaving requested leave to withdraw his name from the Petition, %m 
which the House agreed, April 12, 1785. 

^ Son of the Duke of Marlborough ; made one of the Commissiont 
«rs of the Ticas^iry j a new Writ ordered July 30, 18041— « A Bar- 



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p. — 3 A Merchant in Londan, and an East India Diree- 
-4 Brotlier to Lord Lismore al Ireland, and a Lieutenaiit-Colo- 
n the Acmy. 

'John Williams, esq, petitioned against the Election of Mr O'Cal- 
lagibart and Mr Weniworth, Dec. 2i. The Committee found the sit- 
ting Members duly elected. 



Pari. No. 34. Bossiney, alias Tliilagel. 



11 Hon. Edwin Sandys." 

12 John Richm. Webb, esq.* 
JohnLd. Vt- Mountstuart.^ 

13 JohnLd. Vt.MoLintstuart. 

14 JoTinLd.Vt-Mountstuart.'' 
Hon. Charles Stuajt.^ 

15 Hon, Charles Stuart. " 

16 Hod. Charles Stuart. 

17 Hon. James Stuart-'* 

18 John Stuart Wortley."* 
Hon. J. Stuart Wortley.'* 



Ed. W. Montagu, jun. esq. 
Ed. W, Montagu, esq. 

Henry Lawes Luttrell, esq.* 
Sir George Osborne,- bt.* 
Hon- Henry L. Luttrell.' 

Hon. Henry L. Luttrell.* 
Bamb. Gascoyne, sen. esq." 
Matthew Montagu, esq. 
Humphry Minchin, esq.'' 
Evelyn Pierrepoint, esq. 
John Lubbock, esq.'* 



1 Hon. James S. Wortley. ' John Lubbock, esq.* 

2 Hon. James $. Wortley. John HileyAddington,esq.' 

Geo. Peter Holford, esq.* 

3 Hon. Jaracs S. Wortley. George LordLovaine.' 



' Eldest Son to Lord Sandys ; made a Commissioner of the ■ Admi- 
*'rilty; a.new Writ ordered, Apr. 6, 17 J7. he was re-elected. — ■ Made 
.* Weli/i Judge ; a new Writ ordered, Jan. 10, 176;, he wa.? re-elect- 
.edf died, anew Writ ordered Jan. 17, 1706.— 3 Eldest Son 10 the 
Earl ofiJ«/^.— 4 Lieutenant- Colonel of Horse; made Steward of the 
three C6///cTn HuHfl'/W/S a new Writ ordered, April 11, 1761: he 
stood Candidate for the County of Middlesex, and was voted duly 
elected by the House of Commons. — S In this Parliament before for 
S>lorlham(iloa ; has ^ Coippaiiy in the Foot Guards j made a Groom of 
Hii M.-AJe-ity'ii Bedchamber ; a new Writ ordered. May 16, 177^, 




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ht was re-elected.— <^ Lord Lieutenant of Glumorgansbire^ and one 
of the Auditors of the Imprest iii. ReviSrlion ; created Baron C^rdif 
of Cdrdiff*Castle% in the County of Glamorgan ; a new Writ ordered. 
May 1775.— 7 Eldest Son to Lord Irnham of Ireidnd\ Lieutenant* 
Colonel of Horse, and Adjutant-General to the Land Forces in Ire»* 
land.^ Fourth Son to the Earl of Bute\ a Lieutenant*- Colonel of a 
Regiment of Foot. — 9 A Colonel in the Army ; made a Major-G^ne-i- 
ral November 20, 1782. — 'o A Colonel in the Army.—" Appointed 
JReceiver-General of the Customs ; a new Writ ordered, April 1786* 
*— 12 Second Son of the Earl oiBute ; a Major in the Aritiy ; in 1794 
took the name of Wortiey ; made a Lieutenant* Colonel in May 1794* 
— <-<3 Lieutenant- Colonel of the Hampshire Militia ; died, a oetv Writ 
ordered, April 7, 1796. — M- Eldest Son of the late Member, and 
Nephew to the Marquis of Bute ; a Lieutenant in the 2d Regiment 
of Foot Guards ; died, a new Writ ordered, February 14, 1797. — 
*5 A Banker in London. — ^ Next Brother to the Marquis of Bute^ 
ttid Father ^f the deceased Member. 



* Brother to the Marquis of Bute. •^'^ A Banker in Londoh,'^ 
3 High Steward of Harwich, and Lord of the Treasury • made Stew- 
ard of the three CbUtern Hundreds in Buc^s ; a new Writ ordered, 
December 289 1802^ he was chosen for Harvjicb."^ Secretary to 
the Commissioiners for tbe Affairs oilndia^^^ £ide<t Son of the Earl 
oi Beverley. 



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Pail. No, 35. St Ives. 

11 Hon. George Hobart.' James Whitshed, esq. 

12 H.MackworthPread,esq. Charles Hotham, esq.' : 

13 Thomas Durant, esq. Adam Drummond, esq. 

14 William Pread, esq.^ Adam Drummond, esq»^ 
Sir Thomas Wynn, bt.* Philip Dehaay, esq. 

15 William Pread, esq. Abel Smith, esq. 

16 William Pread, esq.* Richard Harwell, esq. 

17 William Pread, esq. William Mills, esq. 

18 William Pread, esq. Sir Richard Carr Glyn, kt. 

1 William Pread, esq.' Sir Richard Carr Glynn, bt, 

2 William Pread, esq. Jonathan Raine, esq.* 

3 Samuel Stephens, esq. Francis Horner, esq. 



I Son of the Earl of Buckingbaimbirt.—'^ Eldest Son of Sir Beau. 
VKtl Haibam, ban. ; Colonel in the Army ; has a Company in the 
Foot Guards, and Adjutant General to the British Forces in Germa- 
tiy ; made a Groom of His Majesty's Bedchambec i a new Writ or- 
dered, April l8, 1763, he was re-elected — 3 Found not duly elect- 
ed J a new Writ ordered. May 8, 1775. — 4 Lord Lieutenant of Car- 
narvonthire; Auditor of the Revenue of Wa/ifj j created Lord^fW- 
boroogh ol Ireland, July 37, 1776. — 5 Made Steward of the three 
Chillern Hundreds in the County of huciingham ; a new Writ or- 
dered, Decembec 177S : In this Parliament afterwards for ^^/Ti/fnT, 
Montrose, i::fc.—S Recorder of St Ivci, 

Pari. 13. James Jobnsione, esq. petitioned, but afterwards request- 
ed leave to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 

Pari, 14. Samuel Stephens, esq, petitioned, as did some of tbe 
Electors, Maj 8, 1775, ThcChaitman of the Committee reported 
to the House, that Mr Drummond was duly elected, but neither Mr 
tread nor Mr Sltpbens the Petitloneis were duly elected. 



t A Banker in London, and Recorder of thij fiorough.^^ A fiar- 
lister at Law, and Special Pleader. 



IpARLtAMl^'i^AltV ittdlitllt* St 



Pari. NihSe. Fowey. 

1 1 jbturthan Ras^hleigh, esq. Hbn. George Edgeciimbe/ 
I^ Jotiathan Rashldgh, esq/ Hon. George Edgeciimbe** 
Philip Rashleigh, esq. Hon. R. iS. Walsingbim** 
Id Philip Rashleigh, esq. J. Modyford Hey wood, esq. 

14 Philip Rashleigb, esq. Molineiix Shuldnam, esq.' 

15 Phiiip Rashkigb, esq. Molineux Lord Sbuidham. 

16 Fhifip Rashleighy esq. John Grant, esq,^ 

Hon* Richard Edgecnmbe.^ 
J7 Ph.Rashleigh, esq.» > !>• Richard Vise. Valletort. ^ 
Sir R. Payne, K.B.'*i R. MoKneux LordShuldham.'^ 

Rt. Hon. Sylv. Douglas." 
18 Phi^p RaiMeigh^ esq. Reginald Pole Carew^ esq. 

Edi^irard Goiding, esq*'^ 



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t Philip Rashldgb, esq. Edward Golding, esq* 
3 RegioakiPoleCarew, esq^ Rt^Hon. £• GoMng, esq.* 

Robert Wigram, €$q.' 
$ ReginaldPoleCarew, esq. Robeirt Wigram, esq.^ 



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I Second Son of Lord Ed^ecttmie ; a Captain in the Navj, and 
Cltfk of the Council to the Duchy of Lancaiter,-^^ Died, a netv 
Wnt ordered, Jan. to, 1765.—^ Succeeded his Brother as Lord 
,Edgecumbe\ a new Writ ordered^ November 78, 1781.— -4 Second 
Son of the Earl of Shannon of Irttand 5 a Captain in the Navy.— 
5 A Captain in the Navy \ made Governor and Commander in Chief 
fit Uewfoundland \vi 1772; made Rear- Admiral of the Squadron of 
His Majesty^s Fleet in March 1775$ made Commander in Chief of 
His Majesty^s Fleet in N^rtb jimericd ; created Lord Baron Shu/d- 
iam of Ire/and^ July 3^, 1776. — ^ Made St^iward of the three Cbi/. 
tern Hundreds in the County of Bucis ; a new Writ ordered, Fdb. jy 
1786. — 7 Only Son of Viscount Mountedgecumbe ; his Father on the 
18th of August 1789 being created Earl of Mountedgecufnbe, he was 
from this time stiled Viscount Valletort,-^ Found duly elected.— 
9 Found duly elected ; succeeded his Father as Earl of Mountedge- 
cumhe a i)CW Writ February 5, 1795.— K) Not duly elected.— 
'^ Son-in-law to the Earl ot Guilford \ a Privy Counsellor in Great 
Britain and IrelaAd\ one of His Majesty's Counsel at Law, and a^ 
Commissioner for the Management of Affairs in the East Ind'tts. — 
** Appointed a Commissioner for Auditing the Public Accounts 

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a new Writ ordered, June 1799.— '3 Made a Commissioner of tht 
Board for the Management of Affairs in InJia^ March i8oi* 

Pari. 13. John IVi/liams and Thomas Aribington^ esqrs. petitioned, 
renewed the 2d Session, Feb. 7. 177O1 the House resolved that the 
sitting Members were duly elected. 

Pari. 1 7. The Chairman of the Committee that tried the Double 
Return, reported to the House, that Fhilip Raibieigb, esq. and fiicb" 
ard Viscount Vaiietoru were duly elected ; and that Molineux Lord 
Shutdbam of the Kingdom of Irtland^ and & Ralph Payne^ K. d. 
were not duly elected, 7th February 1791* The Chairman made this 
special report from the Committee, that the Portreeve of the Borough 
of Fowey is the returning Officer of the said Borough, and that it is 
necessary such Officer should be chosen or presented by a homage 6t 
jury of the Prince's Tenants, duly admitted on the Court of Rolls, of 
the Manor of the said Borough ; and that the Prince's Tenants ad- 
mitted by the Steward or Deputy Steward^ at a Court holden in the 
said Manor, are duly admitted, and that the present rent of the homage 
is not necessary to such admission. The Chairman of the Committee 
that tried the Petition against the merits of Mr Rasbieigb'*s and Lord 
Vailetort^s Election, reported to the House, that the persons entitled 
to elect the Portreeve of the Borough of Fowey ^ are those who are 
capable of holding that office, that is, such Prince's Tenants only as 
have been duly admitted on the Court Rolls of the Manor of the said 
Borough, and have done fealty^ and such persons only duly admitted, 
whose Lands, being Freehold^ were anciently, and continue to be 
held immediately of the Duke oi Cornwall as parcel of his said Manor 
of the said Borough, and whose Titles to those Lands have been pre- 
sented to a Court-baron by a sworn homage or jury of the Freeholders 
of the said Manor, 21st March 1792. 



< Commissioner for the Affairs of //r</ui.— ^ Elected also for the 
Borough of Flytnpton Earl^ which place he making it his choice> 
to represent, a new Writ ordered, December 8, iSo2.«— 3 Created fi 
Baronet, October 1805. —4 Son of Sir Robert Wigram^ bt. 



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Pari. No. 37. Si Germans. , 

11 Edward Eliot, es^.* Anthpny Champion, esq. 

12 Edward Eliot, esq. Philip Stanhope, esq.* 

William Hussey, esq. 
IS Edward Eliot, esq.' Samuel Salt, esq.* 

Beajaouhl^'AhgloiSvesq/ George Jennings, esq. 

14 BenjaminL'Anglois, esq.' Edward Eliot, esq.^ 
' . '. Johu-Pownal, esq7 

John Peachy, esq.* 

15 Edward James Eliot, esq.^ Dudley Long, esq. 

16 John J.,HamiUon, esq."* Abel Smith, esq." 

Samuel Smith, esq. 

17 George Marq. of Lorn.'* Hon. Edw. James Eliot,' ^ 

Hon. William Eliot.'* 

18 GeorgeHarry,Ld*Grey."5 Hon. William Eliot.'* 



1 Geo. Harry, Ld. Grey.' Hon. William Eliot* 

2 Thomas Lord Binning.^ James Langham, esq. 

3 Sir J. Sidney Yorke, kt. Matthew Montagu, esq. 

' Receiver-General of the Duchy of Cornwaii l made a Commis- 
sioner of Trade and Plantations ; a new Writ ordered, January 14, 
J 760, he was re-chosen. — * Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of 
Dresden ; made Steward of the Manor oiOld Shorebam^ in the Coun« 
ty of Sussex ; a new Writ ordered, May 22, 1765. — 3 Made each of 
them their Election for Leskardt a new Writ ordered, November 29, 
1768.— 4 Secretary of Legation at thr Court of Vienna, — 5 Made 
Storekeeper of the Ordnance ^ a new Writ ordered, June 5, 1778, he 
was re-chosen ; appointed Under Secretary to Lord Viscount Stor^ 
ntont^ one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State*— ^ Recei- 
ver-General to the Duchy of Cornwall^ and a Commissioner of Trade 
and Plantations ; made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the 
County of ifi/fi&x > a new Writ ordered, November I775 j he was 
chosen for the County of CornwalL^^I Secretary to the Board of 
Trade and Plantations \ made a Commissioner of Excise *, a new Writ 
ordered, May 28, 1776.-8 Son of Sir James Peachy^ bart. — 9 Eldest 
Son of the Member for the County ^ made a Commissioner of the 
Treasury 5 a new Writ ordered, July 10, 1782, h« was re-chosen j 
again made a Commissioner of the Treasury \ a new Writ ordered ^ 

£ 3 Decembec 



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VAUlJI^H^VTA^y fiMVnv^. 



December I4, 1783, be was re-cbo^n.-«-K> Nephew and Heir to t^ 
j&irl oi^bet'corH^ on whose Death he succeeded to the Peerage \ a 
neiHr Writ ordere49 January %i\ 1790.-7^' Di^4| 9nd the Spcal^cM^ 
ssstkdhi's Warrant to the' Clerk of the Crown &r aqew Writ, Atigiiat 

J788 I* £ldes( Son of the Duke of jirgyU \ CfAomX of the Jb/piii-- 

sbire Regiment of Fenqtblt Joiantry.— -13 £idest Son of Lord Eiiot^ 
made his Election for lji^har4\ a new Wri( ordered* Pe^emi^ |l^ 
1790.— m^ird Son of Lor^i tEAo/^ 5ecret«ry of Ii^atiQP el the 
Hagucy and Minister FlenipotentUlTf in absence of His M^i^ty^^ 
Ambassador there.— *i5 Eldest Son 6f the ]£arl of J/4M!^4i/;«Hf^l^ 
Minister Pl^nipotentiiiry to the Elector Palatine and die Diet oif JRLt^ 
tisbon in Deceinbcr 1796* 

< Eldest Soa of ^the Earl of StamfbrJ.^-^ Son of Lord ESb/.«-r 
3 Only Son of tlie'Earl of Haddington,'^ Cousm to the Earl of 
HardwkU; a Captain in the |?avy. ' \ ' ' ;. >: ^^ . 



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Pari. - No. 88. St MickaeCs. 

IL Robert CEve> esq.' John Stephenson, esq.' 

SSmon liuttrell, esq/ Richard Hussey, esq.*^ 

12 James Scawen, esq. John Stephenson, esq. 

IS lames Scawen, esq* John Stephenson, esq. 

14 James Scawen, esq.^ John Stejdienson, esq. 
Hon. Thomas Howard.* 

Francis Hale, esq. 

15 Francis Hale, esq. Hon. William Hanger.^ 

16 David Howell, esq.* ^ ^* J R^get Wilbraham, esq.^ 

17 David Howell, esq. 5 R* c Christopher Hawkins, esq." 

Christopher Hawkins, esq.^ 
is Sir Step. Luahington, bt. Sir Christ. Hawkins, kt.'"" 

John Simpson, esq. 

1 Sir Step. Lushington, bt.' John Simpson, esq. 

2 Robert Dallas, esq.^ R. Sharpe Ainsley, esq. 
C. WilUam, E. Dalkeith.^ 

3 Sir Christ. Hawkins, bt.* Fred. Thomas French, esq.* 
Hon.SirA.Wellesley, kb. Henry C. Montgomery, esq. 

< Not duly elected.—^ Found duly elected, and ought to have been 
returned, March 24, 1755- — 3 Made his Election for the County of 
Surrey, a new Writ ordered, December 20, 1774.— 4 A Barrister at 
Law^ and Uncle to the Earl of Suffolk; succeeded his Grand-Nephew 
as Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire ; the Speaker issued his Warrant for a 
new Writ to the Clerk of the Crown, Sept. X3, 1779.— 5 Brother to 
Lord CoUraine oi Ireland. '•^^ Not duly elected.— 7 Found duly elect- 
ed, June II, 1784.— S A Captain of Dragoons.*— 9^ Created a Baronet 
of Great Britain, June 11, 1791.— 10 ^fade Steward of the three 
Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham i a new Writ order« 
cd, June 7, 1799. 

Pari. II. Simon Luttrell and Richard Hussey, esqrs, petitioned : 
they lost their Cause when before the Committeei but gained it on 
the Report to the House, March 24, 17551 and were then found duly 
elected. 

Pari. 13. Francis Lord Orwell of the Kingdom of Ireland^ and 

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Lieutenant-Colonel David Wedderburn^ esq. petitioned \ bu| tbej 
afterwards requested leave to withdraw it, which wasgranfied. ■, 

Pari. 1 6. An equal numjber of Voters being for J^p^<r,fP7'^#^^^ 
and Corli'topher Hav)kinf\ esqrs. the Returning Officer being at a loss 
how to proceed, returned them both, and l^ft the matter to the Dedr- 
sion of the House. The Chairman of the Committed that trie^ thk 
Election, reported to the House, that the Committee found ^Ci^fi^^ 
pher Rawhihs\ esq. dalj elected, '\\iXMt%\^ 1781, 



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' A Director of the lEost India Company.^— > A iC^g^s GouhjrsI \ 
made Chief Justice of Chester ; a new "Writ' ordered^ ^ebrtt&iy i, 
3 80 ff. He was eleded for the District of J^oroughs of Pytetrt/^ ^^- 
faldyy Kinghortty and Burniitiand'^^ Eldest Son of the Duke of 
Buccieugb ; in this Parliament before for Ludg£rshalL^-^ Made hp 
Election for GrampBund \ a new Writ issued, January do, i6b7.«— • 
5 Made Steward or JBailiff of His Majesty's three Chihern Hundreds 
of Stokcy Desborough\ and Bonenbam^ in the County of Buchingbih^*, 
A new Writ ordered, Feb. 1807. • ' 






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Pari No. 39, Newport. 

11 John Lee, esq. * Edward Bacon, esq/ 

Richard Bull, esq. 
la John Lee, esq.* Richard Bull, esq. 

William de Grey, esq.^ 

13 William de Grey, esq.* Richard Bull, esq* 
Rich* H. iik.Benaet, esq. 

14 Rt. Ifon. H. Morrice.* Richard Bull, esq^ 
John Frfderipk, esq/ '"" f. 

15 James Ld. Vt. Maitland.^ John Coghill, esq.^ ' 

16 Sir John Miller, bt. 3ir John Coghill, bt.^^ 

William Mitford, esq. 

17 Wi Robert, yt>FieIding/° Charles Rainsford, esq." 
}8 W^liam Nortbey, psq.. Joseph Ri^ard8on,«esq» 



1 William Northey, esq, - -Joseph Richardson, esq.' 
^ William Northey,. esq* Joseph Jii(;hard?on|^ esq.* 

-, Edw^^rcf ]\IorfiSj^ esq.^ , 

3 WiJ|}iam Northey, esq.* c Xdward Mprrisj^* esg. 



1 r r 



* Appointed Steward of the three CUhern' HurtdreJs*\n the County. 
D^ Bucks' J a new Writ ordered, -June 18,- 1756; he wm chosen for 
iVbrwiVA.-^ Died, a new Writ ordered, November :28, 1761. — 
3 Appointed Solicitor-General to His Majesty i a Tvew Writ ordered, 
I>eceinber 16,. ; 1763, he was re-elected,— -4 Made Steward of thf 
three Cbiller/t .Hfindreds in the County ai Buckingham ; a new Writ 
ordered, Fe))r|iai;y 5, 1770 ^ he was chosen for (7|^^r;id^^.Universi- 
tyu— 5 Made his Election for Lauficeston ^ a^new Writ ordered, Dec. 
a-i> 1774.—^ Son of Sir ^Qbn Fr^d^ricky hart.-— 7 Eldest Son of the 
£arl of Lauderdale. — ^ Created a Baronet; March 24, 1781.-?- 
^ Dred, and the .speaker issued his Warrant to tbe^Qletk of t];ie 
Crown to make <J.ut a new Writ, Npvember 1785.— -*o J^ldest Spn gf 
the Ym\ si jyenbigb ; a Lieut .-Colonel of Dragoons pa half, pay, > 
appointed Cplotiel of a Regiment pf Dragoons to be forthwith rais* 
cd in JVIay 1794, and 011 Feb. 2^1 ^795* made a Major> General.— 
V- A Lieutenant-Colonel \' Colonel, of a Rt^giment of Foot^ and Go- 
yempr of Cbestejf. 

^ A Barrister at Law.— « Died, a ncn Writ ordered,' June I9j^ 
1803.-3 A Barrister at Law. 



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Pari No. 40. St Maw's. 

II Robert Nugent, esq.' Rt. Hon. Hen. S. Conway.* 

James Newsam, esq.' 
19 Edmund Nugent, esq.* Richard Hussey, esq.* 

13 Hon. Edm. Nugcnt,esq.* George Boscawen, esq.' 
Michael Byrne, esq.^ 

James Edw. Colleton, esq. 

14 R.Craggs, Ld.Vt-Clare.® Hugh Boscawen, esq. 

15 R. Cfagc,E, EarlNugent. Hugh Boscawen, esq. . " ' 

16 R. Craggs, Earl Nugent." Hugh Boscawen, esq. ^ 
William Young, esq." 

17 Sir William Young, bt. John Graves Simcoe, esq." 

Thomas Calvert, esq."' 
William Drummond, esq. 

18 Sir William Young, bt. George Nugent, esq. 

Jeremiah Crutcheley, esq.'* 

1 Sir Wra. Young, bt.' Jeremiah Crutchley, esq* 

2 Sir Wm. Young, bt. Rt. Hon. W. Windham.* 

3 Rt. Hon. Sir J. Newport.' Scroop Bernard, esq. 
William Shipley, esq.* 

' Made his Election for Bristol ; a new Writ ordered, December 
2, I7i4- — * Brother to the iLarl oi Hert/arJ ; Colonel of a Regi- 
ment of Dragoons, and Principal Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant 
of Ireland ; appointed a Groom of ihe Bedchamber to His Majetty ^ 
a tew Writ ordered, November 26, 1756, he was re-elected.— 
■3 Took the Name of Craggs this Parliament, — 4 Son to the Member 
for Britiol; Groom of the Bedchamber to His Majesty, and has a 
Company in the Foot Guards. — S King'* Counsel ; Altornev-Gene- 
lal to the Q^ueen ; Counsel to the Admiralty and Navy, and Audi- 
tor of Greenwich Hoifirl'a/.'—^ Only Son to Lord Viscount C/are ; 
made Steward of the three Chi/tern Uunilreds in the County of Bucf- 
ingbam ; a new Writ ordered, January 10, 1770. — 7 Son of the Hon. 
■George Boseaiven, and Nephew to Viscount Falmouth. — ^ Died, a 
V Writ ordcTcd, November 16, 1771. — sOf Ireland; one of the 
Vice-Treasurers of Ireland ; Created Earl Nugent in Ireland, July a, 
1776. — ■° Made Steward of the three Chilicrn Hundrfdt in the Coan- 

t;fQ{Bi'cki} anew Writ ordered, June 11, 1784 " Eldest Son 

of 




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X^AKLUIUtNTA&T lUIGlSTn^ ^ 



.iOf Sir H^. Vwfifr^ bart. to whose Title he succeeded in June 1788. 
7* A Colonel of Inhntxj on half-pay ; appointed Goyernor of V^fier 
CmoJu*^ a new Writ otdered, February 4, 1792.— *3 Appotntei 
Steward cf the Manor of Easi He^edin the CounUr of ^#rlx \ a 
jitw Writ ordered, November 2, 1795.*^^ Made his Election for 
Jiwki^gbMmi a new Writ ordered, October 21^ 1 79^*1 



> Agent for the Island of ^/ Vineent,^"^'^ Made Secretary of State 
fc^t the War Department \ a new Writ ordered, February 5, 1806^ 
lie iK^asre-elected.r— 5 Chancellor of the Exchequer in Irtiaud\ made 
Us Election for the City of Watfrfard in Ireland \ a new. Writ issued 
Japuaiy 13, i8o9»— <4 lieutenant-Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. 



ParL JVb. 41. CaUinston. 



■i>' 



11 H(m^SewalK$ Shirley/ John Sharpe, esq/ 

fane William Sharpe, Iftsq. 

12 Richard Stephens, esq. Fane William Sharpe, esq. 
13 /Thomas Worsley, esq.^ Fane William Sharpe, esq.* 

William Skryne, esq. 

14 |ohn D« Ackland, esq.' William Skryne^ esq. 
George Strattqn, esq.* 

Creprge Stratton> esq. 

15 George Stratton, esq. William Mox^head, esq.^ 

16 John Gall, esq. Paul Orchard, esq. 

17 iohn Call, esq.* Paul Orchard, esq. 

18 Sir John Call, bt^ Paul Orchard^ esq. 
^ John Fortescue, esq. 



I 1(^ Ing. Fortescue, esq. Paul Orchard, esq. 
k )ohn Ing. Fortescue, esq.' Paul Orchard, esq. 

Ambrose St John, esq. 
^ Rt. Hon. W, Wickham.3 William Garrow, esq.* 



I Uncle to Earl Ferrer s.^-^'^ Solicitor to the Treasury j died, a new 

Writ ordered, December 2, 1756.— 3 Surveyor- General to the Board 

^ WorJi:s.«-4 Diedy and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk 

of 



60 MLI&IAMfiK^ARY iLEOISTfRv 



of thcCrbWn for a new Writ, NoveTnbfci'-6i i77r*r-rS Eldest Son t6 
Sir Thomas D. Achland^ bart. \ a Major in the Army \ died, 'aneW 
Writ ordered/ November 26, 1778.— ^ His Election declared Vdiil 
Vy the Gommittcc, and a new Writ ordered, February. ^77&«— r^ Cre- 
ated a Baronet of Great Britain^ December 19, 1783. — ^ Created k 
Baronet of Great Britain^ Jmie ir, *i7(;|f ^ made a Comimsnorier 
for the Sale of the Crown Lands.— 9 Died^ a new Writ ordered, 
March 13, 1801. 

Pari, 13. Jamts BuUer^ esq, petitioned against MxSiyrt$e*f £Ie<(- 
tioB, )»3X fAr.Bti/Ur died before the merits of the cause were, triedV " 

'" Pari. 14. H^w. ifor/fotfi/, esq. petitioned against "Mr Str4ttt0n\r 
fifbt Election, and the Committee on'accoontcrf at equality pfVMcs 
declared it a void Election, February 1779. 



I Made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundteds^ Bucks ; a ftcw 
Writ ordertii May |0, 'iSqj.;^' Att9n<cyr^e|^j^;»hc,P4^ 
^^/^ .-7-3 One of the Lords Coxqmissiofiers of the Treasury. 

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fori. No. 4% Cumberland. 

11 Sir John Pennington, bt. Sir James Lowther^ bt/ 

. Sir William Lowther, bt.* 
Sir William Fleming, bt.* 
Sir James Lowther, hi. 

ISSirJohnPennington, bt. Sir James Lowther, bt.* 

Sir Wilfred Lawson, bt.* 
Sir James Lowther, bt.* 

IS Henry Curwen. esq. ' Sir James Lowther, bt.^ 

Henry Fletcher, esq,* , v 

14 Sir James Lowther, bt. Henry Fletcher, esq. 

15 Sir James Lowther, bt.'*^ Henry Fletcher, esq.* 

16 William Lowther, esq." Sir Henry Fletcher, bt. 

17 Humphry Senhouse, esq. Sir Henry Fletcher, bt, 

18 John Lowther, esq. Sir Henry Fletcher, bt. 



X Sir Henry Fletcher, bt.' John Lowther, esq; 

2 Sir Henry Fletcher, bt. John Lowther, esq.* 

3 George Vise. Morpeth.^ John Smith, esq. 

* Died^anew Writ ordered, January 15, 1755.— * Died, anew 
Writ ordered, April 27, 1759.— 3 Died, a new W rit ordered, April 
6» 1757.— 4 Made his Election for the County of Westmoreland *f a 
"iiew Writ ordered, December 9, 1761.— 5 Died, anew Writ ordered, 
December 7, 1762.—-^ Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the 
Counties of Cumberland xa^ Westmoreland ; in this Parliament be- 
fore for Westmoreland, — 7 Found by the House not duly elected^ 
December 13, 1768 ; in this Parliament afterwards for Cochermouth. 
— ' Found by the House to be duly elected , and ought to have been 
returned, December 13, 1768 ^ a Director of the East India Com- 
pany.— 9 Created a Baronet oi Great Britain^ May 20, I782.«— 
^ Soon after the Dissolution of this Parliament, he was created Earl 
of Lonsdale^ &c.— ^' Eldest Son of Sir William L^wtber^ to whose. 
Title he succeeded in July 1788. 

Pari. 13. Henry Fletcher y Humphry Senhouse^ and Henry CurweUf 
esqrs. severally petitioned the House, Dec. 13, 1768, the House. * 
found Henry Qurwen^ esq, duly elected \ Sir James Lowther, bart. 
ngt duly clc^t,cd 5 Henry Fleicber^ e^q, duly elected •^d ought t« 

•h^v< • 



t^RLIAMENTAHY ItEOISTSkJ 



^ 



have been returned ; Humpbrey Senhoute, esq. not duly elected.— 
In this Election the Sheriff's Conduct appeared so extremely faulty, 
that the House comiuitted him to Nfvigait. 



^ A Barrister at Laiv. — * Brother to Viscount Lowtber,—3 Eldest 
Son of tlM Earl of Carlisie ; a CotBrnisaoner tor the ASiiits of Inilia. 



Pari No. 43. Carlisie, 

11 Hon. Sir C.Howard, KB.' JohnStanwix, esq.' 

12 Hon. Raby Vane.' Henry Curwen, esq, 

13 Ld. E. C. C. Bentinck.* George Musgrave, esq. 
34 Fletcher Norton, esq.* Anthony Storer, esq. 

Walter Stanhope, esq.* 

15 Charles Earl of Surrey.^ William Lowther, esq.' 

J 6 Charles Earl of Surrey.* Hon. Edward Norton.'* 

Edward Knubby, esq." John Lowther, esq." 

Row). Stephenson, esq."' John Christian, esq.'* 

17 Wils. Bradyil,esq,'* ? D. OohnChrist. Curwen, esq.'* 
J. C.Satterthwai£e.'*3 R. ^Edward Knubby, esq.'* 

18 Sir Frederick F. Vane, bt. John Christ. Curwin, esq. 



1 Sir Frederick F. Vane, bt. John Christ. Curwen, esq; 

2 Waher S. Stanhope, esq. John Christ. Curwen, esq. 

3 Waller S. Stanhope, esq. John Christ. Curwen, esq. 

> Brotliei to the Earl of Carliilt ; Colonel of a Regiment of Dra- 
j(oon»j Govtinoi Qi IrtveritfJt an^Fvrl j^iiguilus, and K. B.— ^Go- 
vernor of Car/ij-y?, Deputy Quarter master- General of the Forces in 
Sea:b Briiaiit ; and ranks as a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army.— 

3 BiotKer to the Earl of DariJiglnn; a Captain in the Navy. — 

4 Biother to the Duke of Portland.— S Third Son to Sir Fletchrr 
Norton, knt, ; n Counsellor at Law ; made Steward of the Manor of 
Ens! Hcndredia Berkshire ; a new Writ ordered, February 1775- — 
^Toofc. the name oi Spencer this Parliament.— 7 Only Son to the 
Duke of iTor/o/i; appointed Deputy Eatl Marshal by his Father, 
and apptBved of by His M^ijesCy, September 3, 1782 ; made a Com- 
tnissioner of the Tieasuty J a new Wrlf ordered, April 4^ I?!* 






PAALIAMIKTART atonTBft* 09 



was re-elected.—^ Son of Sir William Lowtber of Swillingion^Hali^ 
Toritiire^ and Birother-in-law to the Earl of Westmoreland.-^ 
9 Succeeded hit Father as Duke of Norfolk -^ the Speaker issued \i$ 
Wacnuit to the Qerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, August) 
1786.— "^ Third Son of Lord Grantley \ a Barrister at Law ^ ap- 
pointed Recorder of Carlisle in September 1784 \ died, a new Writ 
ordeifdy April 1786.-*^ In this Parliament before for Coehermoutb. 
— -^^ Not dui^ elected.-— 13 Duly elected,, and ought to have been re« 
turned,—^ Duly elected and ought to have been returned*-— '5 <5 De* 
claredduly elected.->*i6 ^^ Not duly elected. 

Pari. 16. Jobst Chrisiiasi^ esq. petitioned against the Election of 
WiUimm LowAer^ esq. The Committee fiMwd the Petitioner duly 
elated, and ought to have been returned, 1 786. Rowland 

St9veason^ esq. petitioned against Edward Knubby, esq. being re- 
turned* snd the Committee found the Petitioner duly elected, and 
ought to bave been returned, February 26^ 1787* 

Pari. 17. On the 4th of March i79i» the Chairman of the Com- 
mittee appointed to try the merits of the Double Return made at the 
general Election for this City, reported to the House, that WUson 
BrmdjUwtA Johm Cbrisnan Curwen, esqrs. were duly elected, and 
ou^t to kwre been returned, and the Chairman &rthet reported, 
** That the Right of Election for the City of Carlisle in the County 
^' ot'Cumberlandt, is in the Freemen of the said Qity, duly admitted 
'* and sworn Freemen of the said City, having been previously ad^ 
•• mitted Brethren of one of tbe eight Gnildsj or Occupations of the 
^ nid City, and deriving their Title to such Freedom by being Sona. 
'* of Freemen, or by Service of Seven Years Apprenticeship to a 
^ Freeman resident, during such Apprenticeship, within the said 
" City, and in no other.'' 

PkrL 17. A Petition was presented to the House from the Inhabit 
taistt of the City of Carlisle^ praying that the Rights of Election £or 
tbe City of Carlisle might be ascertained. A Committee for this 
pvrpose was accordingly ballotted for, and proceeded on Business ; 
iiflid'Oa ' *795« the Chairman of said Committee reported to 

the House,, that the Right of Election for the City of Cartisfe lay in 
the Inkabitants at large paying Scot and Lot, and not receiving 
illmf. 

Pari. iS. Sir James Graham^ bart« and Edward Knubby^ es^f. 
petitioned. The Chairman of the Committee that tidied this contest- 
ed Election reported to the House, that the sitting Members wece 
4uly elected,, and that, the Petition was not frivolous nor Tcxatioui, 
Mitoh^S, 17J7. 



VARLIAMENTARY REOISTEa. 



Pari. No. 41. Cockcrmoulh. 

1 1 Sir John Mordaunt, k.b.' Percy Wynd. O'Brien, esq.' 

12 Sir John Mordaunt, k.b. Charles Jenkinson, esq.* 

John Elliot, esq.* 

13 Sir Geo. Macartney, kt.' Charles Jenkinson, esq.* 
Sir James Lowther, bt- George Johnstone, esq.** 

14 Fletcher Norton, esq.* George Johnstone, esq-' 
Ralph Gowland, esq. James Adair, esq.'" 

15 John Lowther, esq. JohnBaines Garforth, esq. 

1 6 John Lowther, esq." Jas. C. Satterthwaite, esq. 
Humphry Senhouse, esq. 

17 JohnBainesGarforth, esq. John Anstruther, esq.'* 

18 JohnBainesGarforth, esq. Edward Burrows, esq.'* 

Walter Spen. Stanhope, esq, 

1 JohnBainesGarforth, esq. Walter Spen. Stanhope, esq. 

2 Robert Ward, esq-' James Graham, esq.* ' 

George Ld. Vt. Garlies.' _,, 

3 John Lowther, esq,* James Graham, esq. 
Thomas Lord Binning.' 

' Cousin to ihe Earl of Peterborough ; Colonel of a Regiment of 
Dragoons i Go\-eTnoT oi Sbeertics.t ; Lieutenant-General, and one oE 
His Majesty's Equerries. — * Brother to the Earl of Egremont ; ap- 
pointed a ConiniTssioner of the Treasury ; a new Writ ordered,<Dec. 
19, 1755, he was re-elected ; created Earl of Thamond'm Ireland, 
November 39, 1756; made Treasurer of Hia Majesty's Houshold j 
a new Wiit ordered, July r, 1757, he was re-elected, and sworn of 
the Privy Council.— 3 Undet Secretary to the Earl of Bute, one o£ 
His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State ; appointed Treasurer 
and Paymastet of the Ordnance ; a new Writ ordered. June 2, 176a. 
he was rer<lccted ; made Joint Secreatry to the Treasury, April 161 
1763 ; made a Commissioner of the Admiralty; a new Writ ordered, 
December 3, 1 T56 ; he was elected for j^ppiilhy .■~~\ Brother to Sir 
Gilberi Elliot, ban. a Captain in the Navy. — 5 Made his Election 
for jipfiulby ; a new Writ ordered, May 17, 1768. — " A Captain in 
the Navy.— 7 Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the 
Ceunty of Bacit ; a new Writ ordered, March 15, 1769. — ^ Made 
)iis flection for CarHsU. — 9 Made his Election for 4^puiby ; a new 

"Writ 



PARLIAMENTARY ItEOtSTfiRt 65 



Writ ordered, December 4, 1774.-^^0 A.Serjeant at Law.— ^' Made 
Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds In the County of Bucks j a 
new Writ ordered, April 1786, he was elected ipx Carlisle ^-^ 
'* Second Son of Sir John Anstruther^ hart. ; a Counsellor at Law, 
and Receiver of the Bishops Rents in Scotland \ appointed Soliditot- 
General to the Prince of Wb/w, January 28, 17935 appointed a 
^/fifr Judge, a new Writ ordered^ June 20, 1793, he was rc-elcpted. 
—'3 Died, a new Writ ordered, December 17, i8oo» 



' A Barrister at Law, and Under Secretary of State for. the Fo- 
reign^ Department.— -^ Attorney at Law; made Steward of the Ma« 
nor of East Hendred in the County of Berhs ; a new Writ ordered, 
July 10, 1805.— k3 £ldest Son of the Earl of Gallowuy \ a Captain 
in the Navy, and one of the Lords Commissioners of the Admir^lty^ 
—4 Made his Election for the County of Cumberland^ a, new Writ 
ordered Jaauary 3, 1807.— 5 Son of the ILaxI oi Haddington. 



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66 PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



Pari. No. 45. Derbi/shtre. 

1 1 Lord George Cavendish/ Sir Nathaniel Curzon, bt.^ 

12 Lord George Cavendish.^ Sir Henry Harper, bt. 

1 3 Lord George Cavendish. Godfrey Bagnal Clarke, esq. 

14 Lord George Cavendish. Godfrey Bag. Clarke, esq** 

Hon. Nathaniel Curzon.* 

15 Lord Richard Cavendish.^ Hon. Nathaniel Curzon, 
Lord George. Cavendish. 

1 6 Lord George Cavendish. Edward Miller Mundy, esq. 

17 Lord George Cavendish.^ Edward Miller Mundy, esq. 
Lord John Cavendish.^ 

1 8 Lord John Cavendish.^ Edward Miller Mundy, esq. 
Lord George Cavendish.'*^ 



1 Lord G. A. H. Cavendish.' Edward Miller Mundy, esq. 

2 Lord G.A.H. Cavendish. Edward Miller Mundy, esq. 

3 Lord G. A.H. Cavendish. Edward Miller Mundy, esq. 



I Next Brother to the Duke oi Devonshire, — * Soon after the Dis- 
solution of this Parliament, he was created Baron Scarsdale of Scars- 
dale in Derbyshire. — 3 Made Comptroller of His Majesty's Household j 
a new Writ ordered, Nov. 28, 1761, he was re-elected 5 appointed 
Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Derbyshire^ June 6, 1766. 
— 4 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the 
Crown for a new Writ, November 1774. — 5 Eldest Son of Lord 
Scarsdale, — ^ Brother to the Duke of Devonshire^ and Nephew to 
the last Member ; died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant for a 
new Writ to the Clerk of the Crown, Nov, 2, 1781.—^ Died, a new 
Writ ordered, May 5, 1794. — ^ Uncle to the Duke oi Devonshire. 
—9 Died, a new Writ ordered, December 27, 1796.— '° Brother of 
the Duke of Devonshire^ and Colonel of the Devonshire Militia j in 
this Parliament before for Derby. 



' Brother to the Duke of Devonshire. 



Parliamentary REoisTERi 67 



Pari No. 46. Derby Totcn. 

1 1 Lord Fred. Cavendish.' George Ven. Vernon, efeq. 
i2 Lord Fred. Cavendish.* George Ven. Vernon, esq.^ 

William Fitzherbert, esq.^ 
13 Lord Fred. Cavendish. William Fitzherbert, esq.^ 

Wenman Coke, esq. 
14? Lord Fred. Cavendish. Wenman Coke, esq-^ 

John Gisbome, esq.^ 

Daniel Parker Coke, esq' 

15 Lord G. H. Cavendish.^ Edward Coke, esq. 

16 Lord G. H. Cavendish. Edward Coke, esq. 

17 Lord G. H. Cavendish.' ° Edward Coke, esq. 

18 Lord G* H. Cavendish," Edward Coke, esq. 
Hon. George Walpole*'* 

1 Hon. George Walpole.' Ed^Vard Coke, esq. 

2 Hon. George Walpole.* Edward Coke, esq. 
S George Lord Walpole,^ Edward Coke, esq. 



•^-^ 



* Third Son to the Duke of Devonshire ; Llcutenant-Cdlonel of a 
Regiment of Foot. — 2 Lord of the Bedchamber to the Duke of Cum- 
bertanii\ Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and in the course of this 
Parliament a Major-General, and a Lieutenant-General.«— 3 Created 
Lord Vernon^ Baron of Kinderton in Cheshire ; a new Writ ordered, 
April 30, 1762.— 4 His Majesty's Housekeeper at iVipiuw^/'itf/ ^ jit 
this Parliament before for Bra7nber j made a Commissioner of Trade 
and Plantations j a new Writ ordered, December 17, 1765, he was 
re-elected.-— S Died, a new Writ ordered, January 21, 1772. — 
^ Made his Election for the County of Norfolk j a new Writ order- 
ed, Decernber 1774. — 7 Not duly elccted.-^^ Duly elected, ^nd 
ought to have been returned. — 9 Brother to the Duke of Devonshire, 
and Nephew of the late Member. — ^^ Qo\. oi \\\t Derbyshire Militia, 
.fc-ii Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the Coutity or 
Buckingham ; he was chosen for Derby shir e*'-^'^^ Second son of Lord 
Walpole ; a Colonel in the Army, and a Lieutenant -Coloriel of Dra- 
goons. 

Pari. 14. Daniel Parker Coke ^ esq. and several of the Electors, pc- 
tioned against 'NLv Gisbome^ s Election, and the Commiitee found Mr 
Coke dtily elected, and ought to have been returned. % 

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PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



« Second Son of Lord WalpoU.^^ One of the Under Secretaries of 
State for the Foreigo Department. — 3 Eldest Son of the Earl of Or. 

ford. 



Pari. No, 47. Devonshire. 

H Sir \Vm. Courtenay, bt. Sir R. W. Bampfylde, bt. 
i2 Sir Wm. Courtenay, bt." Sir R. W. Bampfylde, bt, 
John Parker, esq.* 

13 John Parker, esq. Sir R. W. Bampfylde, bt. 

14 John Parker, esq. Sir R. W. Bampfylde, bt.' 

John Rolle Walter, esq.* 
John Rolle, esq. 

1 5 John Parker, esq.' John Rolle, esq. 

16 John Poll. Bastard, esq.' John Rolle, esq.* 

17 John P. Bastard, esq. John Rolle. esq.^ 

18 John P. Bastard, esq. Lawrence Palk, esq.' 



1 Sir Lawrence Palk, bt. John PoUexfenBastard, esq. 

2 Sir Lawrence Palk, bt. John Pollexfen Bastard, esq. 

3 Sir Lawrence Palk, bt, John Pollexfen Bastard, esq. 



' Created Lord Viscount Courtenay ai Powdcrbam Cai/Uin De- 
vonshire; anew Writ ordered, April 29, 1762. — ^ In this Parlia- 
nieiit before for Bodmin. — 3 Died, and ihe Speaker issued his War- 
rant far a new Writ to the Clerk of the Crown, Aufiust 1776. — 
4 In this Parliament bffijre for Exeter ; died, a new Writ ordered, 
December C, 1779. — 5 Soon after the Di^jsolution of this Parliament, 
he was created Baron Boringdon of Boringdon in Devonshire.^ 
« Colonel of the South Regt. of Devonshire Militia.— 7 Lieutenant. 
Colonel of the East Regiment 0'^ Devonshire Militia.— ' Soon after 
the Dissolution of this Parlianicjil he was created Lord RolU of Ste- 
venfson.—9 San of Sir Robert Pali, bt. Succeeded hia Father as Ba- 



j^AHLIAMENTARY REGISTER* 69 



Pari. No. 48. Exeter. 

1 1 John Tuckfield, esq. John RoUe Walter, ^esq. 

12 John Tuckfield, esq.' John Rolle Walter, esq. 
John Spicer, esq. 

18 John BuUer, esq. John Rolle Walter, esq. 

14 Charles W, Bampfylde.^ John Rolle Walter, esq.* 

John Baring, esq. 

15 Sir C. W. Bampfylde, bt. John Baring, esq. 

1 6 Sir C. W. Bampfylde, bt. John Baring, esq. 

17 James Buller, esq. John Baring, esq. 

18 Sir C. W. Bamfylde, bt. John Baring, esq* 



1 Sir C. W. Bampfylde, bt. James Buller, esq. 

2 Sir C. W. Bampfylde, bt. James Buller, esq. 

3 Sir C. W. Bampfylde, bt. James Buller, esq. 

' Died, anew Writ ordered, December 9, 1767.— 'Made Steward 
ofthtCbi/iern Hundreds y a new Writ ordered, October i, 1776.— 
3 Eldest Son of Sir Richard Warwick Bampfylde^ bart. to whose Title 
he succeeded in 1776. 

* 

Pari. 14, 'John Burwick Cho/wich, esq. petitioned against Mr 
Baring*s Election, but afterwards requested leave to withdraw it, 
^hich was granted. 

Pari. 17. Sir Charles Warwick Bampfylde, bart. and some of the 
Inhabitants petitioned against Mr Baring'' s Election. On the of 
March 1791, the Chairman of the Committee appointed to try the 
Election reported to the House, that Mr Baring was duly elected. 



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Pari. No. 49. Totness. 

11 Sir John Strange, kt.' Browse Trist, esq. 
Sir Richard Lloyd, kt.* 

Richard Sav. Lloyd, esq. 

12 Richard Sav. Lloyd, esq. Browse Trist, esq.' 

Henry Seymour, esq.' 

1 3 Peter Burrell, esq.' Philip Jennings, esq.* 

14 James Amyatt, esq. Sir P. Jenn. Clarke, bt.' 
1-5 Laun. Brown, jun. esq. Sir P. Jenn. Gierke, bt. • 
16 Hon. Henry Phipps.* Sir P. Jenn. Gierke, bf" ■ 

W.Harry, Vise. Barnard.'" 
] 7 Francis Bui, Yarde, esq " Wm. Powlett Powlett, esq. 
18 C. George, Ld. Arden." Lord George Seymour.'' 

1 C. George, Ld. Arden.» William Adams, esq: 

2 John Berk.Burland,esq.* "William Adams, esq. 

Vicary Gibbs, esq.' 

3 Benjamin Hall, esq. William Adams, esq; 

' Matter of the Rolls; died, anew Writ ordered, December 2, 
1754. — * Solicitor-General to His Majesty ; made one of the Barons 
of the Exchequer; n ne\T"Writ ordered, November 15, 1759. — 
5 Made Steward of the Manor oi 0/d Shorcham \n the County of 
Siijsej: ; a new Writ ordered, March 39, 1763.— 4 A Groom of His 
Majesty's Bedchamber. — 5 A Director of Creennvlcb Hospital ; made 
Surveyor. General of the Crown Lands ; a new Writ ordered. May 
J, 1769, he was re-elected.— ^ Took the name of CUrle this Parlia- 
ment.— 7 Created a Karonet, October 26, 1774— s Brother to Lord 
Mulgrave oi Ireland ; has a Company in the Foot Guards.— 9 Died, 
and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to 
makeoutanew Writ, January 1781.— «o Only son of the Earl of 
Darlinglon.—^^ Only Son of Sir Francis Buller, bart.— " Of Ire- 
land ; a. Commissioner of the Admiralty, and Principal Register of 
the High Court of Adraitalty.— '3 Brother to the Marquis of Hert- 
ford. 

' or the Kingdom of Ireland; Brother to the Earl of Egmonl, 
and Master of the Mint ; on the Dissolution of this Parliament he 



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was created a Peer of the United Kingdom. — *Died in Nov. 1804, 
and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for 
a new Writ, November 1804.— 3 Chief Justice of Chester \ made His 
Majesty ^s Solicitor General ; a new Writ issued February i, 1805 j 
Knighted March 1805 ; he was re-elected. 



ParL No. 50. Plymouth. 

11 Will.W. VtBarrington.' Samuel Dicker, esq.* 

George Pocock, esq. ^ 

12 Will.W. VtBarrington.* Sir George Pocock, k.b. 

13 Will.W. Yt.Barrington. Francis Holburne, esq.* 

Sir Charles Hardy, kt.^ 

14 WilLW. Vt.Barrington.7 Sir Charles Hardy, kt.^ 
George, Vise. Lewishara.' Sir F. Leman Rogers, bt. 

15 George Darby, esq."* Sir F. Leman Rogers, bt. 

16 Robert Fanshaw, esq." John M'Bride, esq.'* 
Alan Gardner, esq.'* 

17 Alan Gardner, esq.'* Sir F. Leman Rogers, bt. 

18 William Elford, esq. Sir F. Leman Rogers, bt.'' 

Francis Glanville, esq. 



1 Sir William Elford, bt.* Francis Glanville, esq. 

2 Sir William Elford, bt. Philip Longmead, esq^* 

Thomas Tyrwhitt, esq.^ 

3 Sir Charles M. Pole, bt.* Thomas Tyrwhitt, esq. 



I Keeper of the Great Wardrobe j appointed Secretary at War j 
a new Writ ordered, November 15, 1755% he was re-elected. — 
^ Died, a new Writ ordered, January 14, 1760. — 3 Vice- Admiral of 
the Red 5 created K.B. and made Admiral of the Blue in 1^62.-— 
4 Made Treasurer of the Navy ; a new Writ ordered, June 2, 1762, 
he was re elected. — S Admiral of the Blue •, made a Commissioner of 
the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, February 21, 1770, he was 
re-elected j made TAzsXtx oi Xireenwich Hospital, July 15, 1771 j 
died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown 
for a new Writ, July .31, 1771. — ^ Admiral of the Blue, and Master 
of Gr^^/iwiri Hospital. — 7 Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hun- 
dreds vcl the QoMXiVSQi Bucks ; anew Writ ordered, January 1778. — 

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9 Eldest Son to the Earl o( Dartmouth. ~9 Died, a new Writ order- 
ed. May 23, 1780. — "^ Vice-Admiial of the White ; upon the Dis- 
solution of the 14th Parliament he was made a Commisssioner of th« 
Admiralty, and Reat-Admiral of Great Britain. — " A Captain in 
the Navy i made a Commissioner of the Navy ; a new Writ' ordered, 
January 27, 1790. — " A Captain in the Navy. — '3 A Captain in the 
Navv, and a Commissioner of the Admiralty. — '4 Made Rcar-Ad- 
niiral of the Blue, Feb. 1, 171)3; made Vice-AdmJcal of the Blue, 
July 4, 1794 ; created a Baronet of Great Britain, August 16, 1794, 
and made Major-General of Marines,— 'S Died, a new Writ ordered, 
June 27, 1797. 

Pari. 14. yoba Culme, esq. petitioned against the Election of Sir 
Leman Rogers, bait, in July 1780, but the Parliament was dissolved 
before the merits of the cause could be ttied. 

Pari. 15. John Culme, esq. petitioned, but the Committee found 
the sitting Members duly elected, April 5, 1781. 

Pari. 17. Captain ^ohn McBride petitioned against SirFrederick 
Lfman Rogen^t Election ; renewed the 2d Session. On the 

1792, a Committee was bsllotted for, but the Petitioner tc- 
i^uesting leave to withdraw his Petition, the same was granted, and 
the sitting Member declared duly elected, 



' Recorder oi Plymouth.— '^ Made Steward of the Manor a^ East 
llendred i a new Writ ordered, February iSofl— 3 Lord Warden 
of the Stannaries, and Vice- Admiral of the Ducliy Ports and Har- 
bours in Cornii'o//.— 4 Admiral of the Blue, and one of the Commis- 
sioners of the Admiralty, 

Pari. 3. Z\i William Elford, h^rt. ind others, petitioned against 
the Return of Sir Charles M, Pole, bart. The Committee appointed 
to try this Election founded their Decision on the last I^esolution of 
the House respecting the Rights of Eleclion for the Boiough of Plj- 
tnouth, which is vested in the Mayor, Aldermen and Freemen of the 
Borough, and not, in the Freeholders, and found thnC the fitting 
Membeis were duly elected. 



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ParU No. 51. Oakhampton. 

11 Rt.Hon.SjrG.LytteIton.' Robert Vyner, jun. esq. 
Rt. Hon. William Pitt.* 

Rt Hon. Thomas Potter. ^ 
George B. Rodney, esq.* 

12 Alexander Forrester, esq, Wenman Coke, esq. 
IS Thomas Pitt, esq. Thomas Brand, esq.^ 

Hon. Richard Fitzpatrick.* 
24 Richard Vernon, esq.^ Alexr. Wedderbum, esq.* 

Humphry Minchin, esq. 

1 5 Richard Vernon, esq. Humphry Minchin, esq.^ 

16 John Luxmore, esq.'® Thomas Wiggens, esq.'® 
George Vise. Maiden." Humphry Minchin, esq.'* 

17 Robert Ladbroke, esq. > D. CJohn StLeger, esq.'* 
J. W.Anderson, esq.' ^5 ^' c J^^Townson, esq.'^ 

1 8 Thonms Tynvhitt, esq. Richard B. Robson, esq. 

1 Thomas Tyrwhitt, esq. Richard B. Robson, esq. 

2 James Strange, esq.' Henry Holland, jun. esq.* 
J. Charles, VtAlthorpe.^ 

3 JohnForster Barham, esq. Richard B. Robson, esq. 



' CofFerer of His Majesty's Household ; made Chancellor and 
Under Treasurer of the Exchequer j a new Writ ordered, Nov. 23, 
J 755, he was re-elected : called up to the House of Peers as Lord 
Lyttehon^ Baron of Franhley in Worcestershire ; a new Writ ordered, 
I>ec. 4, 1756. — « One of His Majiesty's Principal Secretaries of 
State \ before in this Parliament for Buckingham \ made Steward of 
the three Cbiitirn Hundreds m the County of Bucks\ a new Writ order- 
ed, July I, 1757 J he was chosen for Bath.-^3 One of the Vice Trea- 
surers of Ireland \ before in this Parliament for yfylesbury ; died, a 
new Writ ordered, November 14, 1759. — 4 Rear-Admiral of the 
Blue Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet. — S Died, and the Speaker 
issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, Sept. 
1770.— ^Brother to the Earl of Upper Ossory ; a Lieutenant in the 
Foot Guards.— 7 Brother-in-law to Earl Gower 5 a Clerk of the 
Board of Green Cloth.— -S His Majesty's Solicitor- General 5 made 
Attorney. General 5 a new Writ ordered; June 5, 1778, he was cho- 
sen 



74 PARLIAMENTARY REOI8TSR* 



sen for Bisbop^s Castle. — P Made Clerk of the Ordnance, a new Writ 
ordered, April 17, 1783, he was re-elected.— 'o Not duly elected.— 
^i Eldest Son of the Earl of Essex, declared duly elected.-— ** Duly 
elected. — *3 »3 Declared by the Committee not to be duly elected.- 
'4 A Colonel in the Army, and Lieutenant-Colonel of the i6tfa Re- 
giment of Dragoons ; in 1795 made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, 
and a Major- General. 

Pari, 15. George Jennings, esq. petitioned^ but afterwards request- 
ed leave to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 

Pari. 16. George Lord Viscount Ma/den, (eldest Son of the Earl 
of Essex)y and Humphry Mincbin, esq. petitioned, renewed the 2d 
Session. The Committee found the Petitioners duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned, April 27, 1785. 

Pari. 17. Robert Ladbrohe and John St Leger^ esqrs. declared by 
the Committee to be duly elected. 



' Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds 5 a new Writ or- 
dered, April 1 804.—^ A Barrister at Law.— 3 Eldest Son of Earl 
Spencer ^ one of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury. 



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Pari. No. 52. Barnstaple. 

11 John Harris, esq. George Amyand, esq. 

12 D^ysRoUe, esq* George Amyand, esq.' 

John Cleveland, esq.* 

13 Denys RoUe, esq. John Cleveland, esq. 

14 VTllL Devaynes, esq.' John Cleveland, esq. 

15 Francis^ Basset, esq. Jc^n Cleveland, esq. 

1 6 ^William Devaynes, esq. John Cleveland, esq. 
^7 William Devaynes, esq. John Cleveland, esq* 
1 8 Richard Wilson, esq. John Cleveland, esq. 



1 John Cleveland, esq.' Richard Wilson, esq. 

2 William Devaynes, esq.^ Sir Edward Pellew, bt.* 

Hugh Vise. Ebrington.* 

3 William Tylor, esq. Hugh Vise. Ebrington. 



' Created a Baronet, August 4^ 1764 ^ died, a new Writ ordered, 
November ii, 1766.*— * Accomptant of the Sixpenny Receivers 
Pffice. — 3 A Director of the East India Company, 

Pari. 17. Richard Wilscin^ esq. petitioned against Mr Cleveland's 
Election: the«ame was tried, and on the 14th of March 1791, the 
Chairman of the Committee reported to the House, that the sitting 
Member was duly elected^ and that the Petition was frivolous and 
yexatious. 



' Mr (7/fV^Aiiy^ petitioned against the Return in favour of Sir Ed" 
9vard P^//pw.— -* A Captain in the Navy, found duly elected ; made 
Rear- Admiral of the White, April 23, 1804 j made Steward of the 
three Chi/urn Hundreds^ a new Writ ordered, July 26, 1804.— 
3 An East India Director.— -4 Eldest Son of Earl Fortescue. 

Pari. 2. Richard Wilson petitioned, but the Committee found Sir 
Edward Pellew duly elected, Fejaruary 1803. 



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Pari. Xo. 53. Pk/mpfon Earle. 

1 1 George Trel^y, esq. William Baker, esq." 

12 George Treby, esq.* Sir William Bakei, kt. 
Georf;e HeleTreby, esq.^ 

Paul Henry Ourry, esq.* 

13 Paul Henry Ourry, esq. William Baker, esq. 

14 Paul Henry Ourry, esq.* Sir Richard Phillips, bt.* 
John Durand, esq ' William Fullarton, esq." 

15 James, Ld.Vt.Cranburn.* Sir Ralph Payne, k.b." 
Hon. James StuDrt." 

16 Paul Treby Ourry, esq." John Stevenson, esq. 
John Pardee, esq.'' 

17 Hen. L.ofCarhampton.'* Philip Metcalfe, esq. 
William Manning, esq. 

18 William Adams, esq. William Mitchell, esq.'* 

Richard Hankey, esq. 



1 Sylvester, L.Glenbervie.' Richard Hankey, esq. 

2 Philip Metcalfe, esq. Edward Goulding, esq.' 

3 Robt. Vkc. Castlereagh.' Stephen I^ushington, esq.* 

Hon. Wm, A. Harbord.* 



' Knighted. — ' Died, a new Writ ordered, November 28, 1761 — 
3 Has J Company in tlie Foot Guards; died, a new Writ ordered, 
November 16, nfij. — 4 A Captain in the Navy. — 5 Made Resident 
Commissioner of the Dock Yard at Plymouth : a new Writ ordered, 
Feb. 1775. — ''Created Lord Miijird \\\ the Kingdom of /re/aW, 
July 2, 1776 i made Steward of the Manor o[ East Hendred in the 
County of jSfr^j ; a new Writ ordered, April 2, 1779.— 7 A Mer- 
chant in London, and an l.lder Brother of the Trinity House,—. 
* Under Secretary to Loid Viscount Slormoni, one of His Majesty's 
Principal Secretaries of Slate ; made Lieutenant-Colonel-Command- 
antofa Battalion of Foot,— 9 Treasurer of the Household ; succeed- 
ed his Father as Earl of SalUbury; a new Writ ordered, November 
3, 1780.— 1° A Cleric of the Boaid of Green Cloth.— "Second Son 
of the Earl of jBe^f ,- Lieutenant-Colonel-Commandanl of a Battalion 
of Foot. — ■» Appointed Steward of the three Chillern Hundreds in 
the County of fitfcij ; a new Writ ordered, July J7S4. — '3 A Direc- 



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tor of the Eart India Company.— M Of Ireland; Brother-in-law to 
the late Duke of Cumberland ; Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons ; 
Lieutenant- General of the Ordnance in Ireland^ and a Major-Ge- 
neral in the Army \ made a Lieutenant -General, October 19, 1793 \ 
appointed Stewsi^d of the three Cbiltern Hundreds^ in the County of 
Bucks \ a new Writ ordered, February 5, 1794. — ^5 Made Steward 
of the three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County o£ Buckingbam ; a new 
Writ ordered, June 7, 1799* 



* Of the Kingdom of Ireland j Joint Paymaster- General of the 
Land Forces.— % A Commissioner for the Affairs of India ; elected 
also for the Borough of Fowey^ but made his choice to represent this 
Borough.— 3 Eldest Son of the Earl of Londonderry in Ireland,"-^ 
4 A Director of the East India Company j died, a new Writ ordered, 
January ]8o7.-— 5 Son of Lord Si{field, 



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N'o. 54. Honiton, 



1 1 George Yonge, esq. Henry R. Courtenay, esq.' 

12 John Duke, esq. Henry R. Courtenay, esq. 

Sir George Yonge, bt.* 

13 Brass Crosby, esq. Sir George Yonge, bt. ,,^^ 
I* Lawrence Cox, esq. Sir George Yonge, bt. " 

15 Alexander M'Leod, esq.' Sir George Yonge, bt.* 
Jacob Wilkinson, esq. 

16 Sir George Collier, kt.^ Rt.Hon. Sir G. Yonge, bt.' 

17 George Templar, esq. Rt. Hon. Sir G. Yonge, bt. 

18 George Chambers, esq. George Shum, esq. 



1 George Chambers, esq. George Shum, esq. 

2 Sir John Honywood, bt.' George Shum, esq. 

Hon. A. C. Bradshaw.* 

3 Thomas Lord Cochrane.^ Hon. A. C. Bradshaw. 



' Brother to Sir William, afterwards Lord Viscount Courtenay ; 
died, a new Writ ordered, November 15, 1763, — * Made a Commis- 
sionet of the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, November 11, 1766, 
he was re-elected. — 3 Not duly elected ; a new Writ ordered, March 
27, 1781. — 4 Appointed one of the Vice -Treasurers of Ireland; a 
new Writ ordered, March 27, 178a, he was re-elected ; made Secre- 
tary at War ; a new Writ ordered, July 10, 1782, he was re-elected 
— again appointed Secretary at War j a new Wiit ordered, Dec, 24, 
1783, he was reelected. — S A Captain in the Navy. — * Made a 
Knight of the Bath ( appointed Master of the Mint j anew Writ or- 
dered, July 19, 1794, he was re elected. 

Pari. II. Amhony Bacon, esq. petitioneJ against SliGterge Yonge'i 
Election, hut on the 26th of January 1764, he requested leave to 
withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 

Pari, 14. yobn Baring, esq. petitioned, but afterwards requested 
leave to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 

Pari. 15. La-wrence Cox, and HoneyOiaod, esqrs. and se- 
veral of the Electors petitioned: Mr Co* had leave granted him to 
withdraw his Petition. The merits of the Election was tried by a 
Coamiitteft, who reported to the House, that Sir Gnorge Tonge,h%TX.. 



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was duly elected, but the Election, so far as it related to Mr McLeod^ 
was a void one, March 27, 178 1. 



— ■ — "^ AltxaHder MeLeod^ esq. petitioned against Mr WHkinsoti^s 
Election^ but the Chairman of the Committee that tried this £lec« 
tion reported to the House, that the sitting Member was duly elect** 
ed, February 19, 1782. 

Pari. i6. John Baify, esq. and some of the Inhabitants petitioned, 
renewed the 2d and 3d Sessions. The Committee found the sitting 
Members duly elected. 



' Died, a new Writ ordered, February 1805.—* Son of Baroness 
Waterpark ; appointed Teller of the Exchequer in Ire/an J ; a new 
Writ ordered, May 28, 1806, he was re-elected. — ^3 Eldest Son of 
the Earl of Dundonaid; a Captain in the Navy* 

Pari. 2. Sir George TLonge^ bart. petitioned against Sir J, Honey-^ 
ivoodU Election^ but the Chairman that tried the Election reported 
^ to the House, that the sitting Member, was duly elected, and that the 
Petition was not friTolous or vexatious, February 20, 1804* 

Pari. 3. Petition of several of the Electors against the Return of 
Liord Cochrmte and Mr Bradshaw ; ordered to be heard March 31 
1807. 



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W Pari. No. 35. 


Tavistock. 


m 1 1 Richard Rigby, esq.' 


Jeffery French, esq.' 


1 


Richard Vernon, esq. 


1 12 Rt. Hon. RichardRigby.' 


Richard N. Aldworth, esq.* 


I 13 Rt. Hon. RichardRigby.s 


Richard N. Aldworth, esq. 


1 '!• Rt. Hon. Richard Rigby. 


Hon. Rich. Fitzpatrick-* 


15 Rt. Hon. Richard Rigby. 


Rt. Hon.Rich.Fitzpatrick.' 


16 Rt. Hon.RichardRigby.* 


Rt. Hon. Rich. Fitzpatricfc. 


b Lord John Russel. ' 




1 17 Hon. Chas. Wyndham." 


Rt. Hon. Rich. Fitzpatrick." 


r Lord John Russell. 




18 Lord John Russell. 


Rt. Hon. R. Fitzpatrick. 


1 Lord Robert Spencer.' 


Rt. Hon. R. Fitzpatrick.' 


2 Lord Robert Spencer.* 


Rt. Hon. R. Fitzpatrick.* 


3 Lord Robert Spencer. 


Rt. Hon. R. Fitzpatrick.5 


'Died, a new Writ ordered, December 2, 17M-— ' Made aCotn- 


misiioi.er of Trade and Plantation . 


s ; a new Writ ordered, December 


22, 1755, he was re-elected ; made Master of the Rolls in /rif/uWi 


anew Writ ordered, Januaiy 12 


, 1760, he was re-elected. — 3 Ap- 


pointed one of the Vice-TteaEurci 


■s ai Ireland-, a new Writ ordered. 


Deceaiber 17, 1762. he waste-elected. — 4 AppointEd Paymaster of 


Pensions J 3 new Writ ordered, 


November i c, 176^. he was re- 


elected— S Made one of the Vice-Treasurers oflreland ; a new Writ 


ordered, January 20, 1768, he 


was re-elected j made Paymaster- 


General of the Land Forces, &c. 


in Great Britain j a new Writ or- 


dered, May 21, 1768, he was re. 


.elected.— li Brother to the Earl of 


Upper Ossory of the Kingdom ( 


li Ireland ; a Captain in the Foot 


Guards.— 7 Made Chief Secretary to the Duke of Forllenr/, Lord 


Lieutenant of /n?/flW, and sworn 


of the Privy Council of that King- 


dom ; has a Company in the Foo 


l Guards ; made Aide -du Camp to 


the King ; made Secretary at Ws 


ir: a new Writ ordered, April ir. 


_ 1789, he was re-elected.— B Died, a new Writ ordered, April 5, 


L 1 788.— 9 Brother to the Duke of Bedford.—'''' Brother to the Earl of 


1 Egremofit, Secretary to the Island of Jamaica ; made his Electioa 


■ for Midhurii.-" Made a Major- 


General, Oct. 19, 1794. 


1 


■ Btoihet 


1 


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81 



V ^ Brother to the Duke of Marlborough,'^'^ Brother to the Earlof 
tipper Ossory^ and a Lieutenant-General in the Army.— 3 Made Se- 
cretary at War j a new Writ ordered, February lo, 1806, he was 
l««elccted.— 4 Made Steward of the Cbiltern Hundt^ds ; anew Writ 
ordered, February io,« 1806, he was re-elected, and during the va- 
cancy was appointed Surveyor of His Majesty^s Woods and Parks ; 
both Members were re-elected.— 5 A General in the Army \ Colonel 
of a Regiment of Foot, and Lieutenant- General of the Ordnance. 



Par/. 



No. 56. Ashburton. 



11 George, Vt. Middleton,* John Harris, esq/ 

12 Hon. Thomas Walpole.^ John Harris, esq. 

Robert Palk, esq. 

13 Lawrence Sullivan, esq.* Charles Boone, esq* 



J4 Robert Pajk, esq. 

15 RobeiN: Palk^ esq.* 

16 Sir Robert Palk, bt.^ 
Lawrence Palk, esq.^ 

Vj Lawrence Palk, esq. 
l8 Lawrence Palk, esq.^ 
Walter Palk, jun. esq. 



Charles Boone, esq. 
Charles Boone, esq. 
Robert Macreth, esq. 

Robert Macreth, esq.^ 
Sir Robert Macreth, kt. 



1 Waltei- Palk, esq. 

2 Walter Palk, esq. 
S Walter Palk, esq. 



Sir Robert Macreth, kt. 
Sir Hugh Ingles, bt.' 
Hon. Gilbert Elliot.* 



^ 'Master of His Majesty's Household 5 died, a new Writ prdered, 
November iy, 1767. — * Of /r^/tfW.— 3 Brother to Lord Walpole \ 
* Banker in Londort,^^ Chairman of the East India Company.— 
^Created a £aronet of Great Britain^ May 15, 1782. — <^ Made 
Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds^ in the County of Bucks \ a 
Jew Writ ordered, March 1787. — 7 Son of*the late Member.— 
^nighted in May 1795. — 9 Made his Election for the County of 
^^fin\ a new Writ ordered, October 24, 1796. 

Pari. 12. Lawrence Sullivan^ esq. petitioned, &nd after the House 
!^8d made some progress in the matter, he requested Ifeave to withdraw 
^'i which was granted. 



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' A Director of the Eail India Company. — * Eldest Son of Lord 



Pari. No. 57- Cli/ion DartmotUh Hardness. 



1 1 Rt. Hon. Walter Carey.* 
Hon. Richard How^ * 

12 Richard Vise. Howe.*^ 

13 Richard Vise. Howe.' 

14 Richard Vise. Howe.* 

15 Richard Vise. Howe.' 
Charles Brett, esq." 



John Jefferys, esq.' 

John Jefferys, esq.* 
Richard Hopkins, esq.* 
Richard Hopkins, esq. 
Richard Hopkins, esq- 
Arthur Holdsworth, esq. 



' Appointed Warden of the Mint ■, a new Writ ordered, December 
-■ '754' he was re-elected ; made Deputy Ranger of .Sf j^a/Wf/'/ and 
Hyde Parir,— 3 Cleik of the Board of Green Clolh ; Clerk: in Ordi- 
nary of the Privy Council, and a Privy Counsellor in/rf/aW; died, 
anew Writ ordered, Mayii, 1757- — 3 Next Brother to Lord Vis- 
count How of the Kingdom of Ireiand, to whose Titles he succeeded 
in July I7j8 ; a Captain in the Navy ; in 1759 made a Colonel of 
Marines.— 4 Made a Commissioner *f the Admiralty, a new Wrh or- 
dered, April 18, 1765, he was re-elected ; appointed Treasurer wf 
the Navy, a new Writ ordered, December jy, 1765, he wai re- 
tlecled. — 5 Died, a new Writ ordered, January 31, 1766. — * A 
Clerk of the Board of Green Cloth — again appointed to the same 
ofliee, a new Writ ordered. Nov, 24, 1767, he was re-elected. — 
7 Made a Rear. Admiral of the hlue.—S Made Vice-Admiral of the 
Bluej appointed Commander in Chief of the Fleet ill Sorib America, 
and one of His Majesty's Commissioners for making Peace with the 
rebellious Colonies, May 7, 1776. — 9 Made Admiral of the Blue ; 
created Lord Viscount Hawf of Langar in the County of Natting- 
ham, a new Wiit ordered. May 10, 1783. — 'o A Commissioner of 
the Admiralty — again appointed to the same office, a new Writ or- 
dered, December 24, 1783, he was ic-clecied. 



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Pari No. 57. Cl(fton Dartmouth Hardness continued. 

16 Arthur Holdsworthjesq," Richard Hopkins^ esq.'* 
Edmund Bastard, esq.'' 

17 Edmund Bastard, esq.'^ Rt. Hon. J. C. VilHers.'* 

18 Edmund Bastard, esq. Rt. Hon. J. C. Villiers. 

1 Edmund Bastard, esq. Rt. Hon. J. C. Villiers/ ^ 

2 Edmund Bastard, esq. Arthur H.Holdsworth, esq; 
S Edmund Bastard, esq. Arthur H.Holdsworth, esq. 



Jmi. 



II Goffttwrt oiDsrtmotttb ; died, and the Speaker issued his War- 
rant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a neW Writ, Sept. 3, 1787. 
— 1» A Commissioner of the Admiralty.— ^3 Brother to the Member 
for the County. — H Brother to the Earl of Clarendon; Chief Justico 
of Eyre, North of Trent^ and Surveyor of the Woods there.— '5 Major 
to the East Regiment of Devonsbire Militia. 

Part. 16. John Henry Soutbeote^ esq. petitioned, renewed the id 
Session, but afterwards had the leave of the House to withdraw it^ 
April 26, 1785. 

Pari. 17. John Seale^ esq. petitioned, renewed the 2d and 3d Ses- 
lions : he stated that the Right of Election was in the Inhabitants of 
ttid Borough, of which the District of Soutbtown fbrnied a part.— 
Hie Chairman of the Committee that tried this Election, on the 
20th of February 1793, '^ported to the House, that the Committee 
had determined, after bearing Counsel for both Parties, agreeable to 
the Statements they gave in with regard to the Rights of Election, 
that the Rights of Election for the said Borough of Ciifton Dartmoutb 
Hardness^ is in the Freemen of the said Borough j that the sitting 
Members were duly elected : that the Petition o( Jobn Seale^ esq. so 
far as applies to Edmund Bastardy esq. is frivolous and vexatious, but 
so^ far as it applies to the Right Honble. Cbarles Viiliers^ it is not 
frivolous or vexatious. 

' Brother to the Sari of Clarendon^ and Chief Justice in Eyre^ 
North of Trent. 

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Pari. Xo. 58. Beerakton. 

1 1 Sir Francis H Drake, bt.' John Bristow, esq. 

1 2 Sir Francis H. Drake, bt. Hon. George Hobart.' 
1 y Sir Francis H. Drake, bt.* Hon. George Hobart: 

Francis W. Drake, esq.* 

14 Sir Francis H.Drake, bt. Hon, George Hobart. 

15 Lord Algernon Percy.' George Lord Macartney.* 
W.Robert, Vt. Fielding-' Lawrence Cox, esq. 

16 W. Robert, Vt. Fielding." Richard E. of Mornington.' 

Charles Rainsford, esq-'" 
John Mitford, esq." 

17 Sir George Beaumont, bt. John Mitford, esq." 

1 8 William Mitford, esq. George Lord Lovain-'* 



1 William Mitford, esq. George Lord Lovaine.' 

2 William Mitford, esq. George Lord Lovaine. 

3 Hon. Joceline Percy.* George Lord Lovaine. 

' Ranger of Darlmore Forest, and Clerk of the Board of Green 
Cloth.— i Next Broiher to the Earl oi Biictinghemshirg.sUiAc 
Master of His Majesty's Household, a neiv Writ ordered, December 
22, 1770— 4 A Captain inthe Navy, and Brother to the hte Mem- 
ber — 5 Second Son of the Duke of A'or/6fl«.icr/c^a' ; made his Y.\f^c- 
I'lan ^OT Norihwuberland, a new Writ ordered, December 7. 17S0. 
— fi Of Ire/and ; Governor of Madras in i he East ladies ; made Slew- 
i.rd of the CbUiern Hundreds, a new Writ ordered, March 1781.— 
7 Eldest Son of ihe Earl of Denbigh; a Captain of Dragoons ; made 
a Major, and afterward! a Lieiitcniint-Coloncl of Dragoons. — * Lieu- 
tenant Colonel of Dragoons on half-pay.— 9 Of /rf/cn</ K. S. P. ; 
made a Commissioner of the Treasuty, a new Writ ordered. Januarj 
21, 1787, he was elected for Sa/larh.~^° A LieutenantGeneral ; 
Colonel of a ReEiment of Foot, and Governor of ChesCeT ; made 
Steward of the three Chlherit Hundreds in the County of Buds, a 
new Writ ordered, December jo, 1788.—" Made a Wehh Judge, 
a new Writ ordered, July 20, 1789, he was re-elected,—" Made 
Solicitor- General to His .Majesty, and knighted ; -a new Writ or- 
dered, February I2. 179^, he was re-elected. Made Steward of 
tht Manor gi East Hendrcd \n the County of Sfrts} he was mon 




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after flppoilited Attorney- General to His Majesty, and chosen for 
E»st Looei^M Eldest' Son of the E^rl ol Beverley. 



^ Eldest Son «f the Earl of Beverley, Made a Lord of the Trea- 
-sury; a new; Writ ordered, May 12, 1804, he was reelected.— 
.3 Second Spppf the Earl oi Beverley ^ t, Captain in the Navy. 

Pari. , No. 59. Tiverton. 

jl R. H. SirW. Yohge.K.B* Henry Pelham, esq.* 
Thomas Ryder, esq.^ 3ir Edw. H. Montagu, k.b. 
Nathaniel Ryder, esq.* 

12 Nathaniel Ryder, es(][« Sir Edw- H* Montagu, k.b.^ 

Charles Gore, esq/ 
. John Duntz, esq. 

13 Nathaniel Ryder, esq. John Duntz, esq.^ 

14 Nathaniel Ryder, esq.' Sir John Duntz, bt. 
John Wilmot, esq. ^ 

15 John Wilmot, esq. Sir John Duntz, bt. 

16 Hon. Dudley Ryder.'"* Sir John Duntz, bt. 

17 Rt. Hon.Dudley Ryder." Sir John Duntz, bt.'* 

Hon. Richard Ryder.' ^ 

18 Rt. Hon. Pudley Ryder. Hon. Richard Ryder. 



1 Hon. Richard Ryder.* Rt. Hon. Dudley Ryder.' 

2 Hon. Richard Ryder.* Rt. Hon. Dudley Ryder.^ 

William FitzHugh, esq. 
S Hon. Richard Ryder. William FitzHugh, esq. 



' One of the Vice-Treasurers of Ireland j died, a new Writ order- 
ed, November 15, 1755. — ^Appointed a Commissioner of the Cus- 
toms J a new Writ ordered, June 19, 1758. — 3 Appointed Steward 
of the Manor of Old Shoreham j a new Writ ordered, December 2, 
1756.— 4 Only Son to the late Lord Chief Justice, "Sxx Dudley Ryder ^ 
^nt.— 5 Called up to the House of Peers as Baron Beaulieu of Beau- 

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lieu^ in i\i^ CovLTiXj oi Soutbanifaon \ a new Wnt or4ei|$4y Ma^ If 
1762. — ^Died, a new Writ orflered, Februar}r 16, itfi&.r^? Qreilt 
ed a Baronet, October 29, 1 774.— .S Called up to the House of Peers 
as Baron Harrowby of HarrovAy in ihe County of Lincoln ; a new 
Writ ordered, May 16, 1776.— 9 Eldest Son to the late Lord Chief 
Justice of the Common Pleas^ Sir ^pbn Eardly WUfnot^ knt. ; a Mas- 
ter in Chancery.^— 10 Eldest Son of Lord Harrofwhfy ttiad« Under 
Secretary to the Duke c| Lads^ one of His Majesty^ Principal Se- 
cretaries of State, in August 1789, which ofifice he resigned in Janu- 
ary 1790 'j made Cooaptrollerof His Majesty^ Household, and sworn 
"of the Privy Council^ a new Writ ordered, February 19, 17^0.^:- 
I* Made Joint Paymaster^General of the Land Forces in Great Br^ 
tain; anew Writ ojdered, February 13, i.^Oi? he waa jre-^c^d.r-r 
" Died, a new Writ ordered^ February 17, 1705.— ,^5 Second %n rf 
Lord Harrowby. '^ > ^ 



' Eldest Son of ^rd H^rr&vjby,'^^ Second Son of Lord Harrow- 
by, — 3 Succeeded his Father as Lord Harrowby^ a new Writ ordered, 

July I, i8o3.-=-4 Made a Wp/jA Judges a neyv ^f^^ P^^^ff^ •'^^JT 
31, 1804, t« was rci-electcd. " .irr;;. * * •' t 






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Pari. 



No. 60. Dorsetshire. 



11 George Pitt, esq. 

12 George Pitt, esq. 

13 George Pitt, esq/ 

14 Geprge Pitt, jun. esq.* 

15 Hon. George Pitt. 

16 Hon. George Pitt. 



Humphry Sturt, esq. 
Humphry Sturt, esq. 
Humphry Sturt, esq. 
Humphry Sturt, esq. 
Humphry Sturt, esq. 
Francis John Browne, esq. 



17 William Mor. Pitt, esq.^ Francis John Browne, esq. 
18^ William Mor. Pitt, esq. Francis John Browne, esq. 



1 William Mor. Pitt, esq. Francis John Browne, esq^ 

2 William Mor. Pitt, esq. Francis John Browne, esq. 
S William Mor. Pitt, esq. Edw. Berkeley Portman, esq. 

< A Grootn of His Majetty^s Bedchamber, and Ambassador at the 
Court of Turin j created Lord Rivers: of Stra^eUsea in the County. 
of Soutbamfitoti^ May 14, 1778. — * Eldest Son of Lord foWrj*, the 
late Member.— 3 Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds ; a 
new Wilt ordered^ April 19, 1791, he was re-elected. 



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No. 61. Poole. 



11 Sir Rich. Lyttel ton, k.b.' 
] 2 Thomas Calcraft, esq.' 

1 3 Thomas Calcraft, esq. 

1* Sir Eyre Coote, k.b.' 
13 William Morton Pitt, esq. 
16 William Morton Pitt, esq. 
3 7 Hon. Charles Stuart.'^ 

Michael A. Taylor, esq.^ 
18 Hon. Charles Stuart.' 

George Garland, esq." 



Joseph Gulston, esq: 
Joseph Gulston, esq.' 
Joseph Gulston, esq. 
Joshua Mauger, esq.* 
Joshua Mauger, esq. 
Joshua Mauger, esq. 
Joseph Gulston, esq. 
Michael A. Taylor, esq; 
Benjamin Lester, esq.' 

John Jeffery, esq. 



1 George Garland, esq. John Jeffery, esq. 

2 George Garland, esq. John Jeffery, esq. 

3 George Garland, esq. John Jeffery, esq. 



• A Colonel in the Army, and Brolher to Sir George Lyllelton, 
bart. J appointed Master of the Jewel OfRce ; a new Writ ordered, 
lieccmber 4, 1756, he was re-elected; made a Major-Gencral in 
'75S. — ^A Lieutenant-Colonel in the Aitoy.— 3 Made Steward of 
the Manor ofiLa///JeWr(fl'in the County of iferi/; anew Writor- 
tJered, May 22, 1765.— 4 Found not tube duly elected ; a newWiic 
ordered, February 10, 1769. — S Colonel of a Kcgimenl of Foot; 
K. E. and a Major-General.— <! Fourth Son of the Eail of Bute ; a 
Colonel in the Array ; not duly elected. — 7 Made Steward of the 
three Cbillern Hundreds in thq Cpunty of Bucks ; a new Writ order- 
ed, May 4, 1791, he was re-elected. — 6 jound by the Committee tQ 
be duly elected, and ought to have been returned.— 9 Died, a new 
Writ ordered. Match 26, 1801,— "o Made Steward of the thiee 
Cbillern Hundrcils, May 4, 180 1. 

Pari, ig, Joseph Gulston, esq- petitioned against Joshua JIIeuger''sj 
esq. Flection j and it was declaied a void Flection in respect of Mr 



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Pari. 14. Honble. Charles James Fox and John Williams, esq. 
pctiiioned. The Committee repotted the sitting Members duly elect- 
ed, Maifih 2$, 1775. 



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Pari. 15. Joshua Mauger and John Adatm^ csqrs. petitioned.— 
The Committee found the sitting Members duly elected, Februar/ 
4, 1782. 

Pari. 17. Gewrge Lord Haddo (eldest Son of the Earl of Ahtr^ 
Jeen)^ BasU Lord Daer (eldest Son of the £arl of Selkirk) ^ .^nd 
Michael Angelo Hay lor ^ esq. petitioned. On the 26 th of March. 
1791, Lord Daer gave in a Petition to the House, stating, that Ben- 
jamin Lester^ esq. was itot eligible to be elected, and the same was 
ordered to be heard with the other Petitions. 

The Petitions stated, that Michael Angelo Taylor^ Rohert Kings- 
milly Benjamin Lister^ esqrs. the Honble. Charles Stuartj George 
Lord HaddOf and Basil Lord Daer^ were Candidates : that Edmund 
Allen^ esq. Sheriff and Returning OfHcer« was guilty of great parti- 
ality to Lister and Stuart \ and that having declared the Numbers on 
the Poll to have been, for Lister 50, Stuart 49, Taylor 48, and 
Kingsmill 45, returned the 2 former as dirty elected \ that Lister and 
Stuat t were both guilty of Bribery and Corruption ; and that Lister 
was ineligible, having a Contract with the Commissioners of the 
Navy. .' . N 

Several Burgesses of Po^A stated exactly the samd Charges as ia 
the above Petition^ ... 

The Committee who sat on Mr Taylor^s Petition, found that Mr 
Lister was duly elected ; that Mr Stuart was not duly elected, and 
that Michael Angelo Taylor y esq. was duly elected, and ought X^ 
have been returned, February 1*791. 

Lords Haddo and Daer asserted, that the Inhabitants paying^Scot 
and bearing Lot, have a Right to vote at all Elections 2XrodU. 
That the Returning Officer at the late Election refused to admit them 
on the Poll ^ and that a great' Majority of such Voters offered* to poll 
for the Petitioners. . 

Several of the Inhabitants and Householders paying Scot and 
bearing Lot, stated exactly the same Charges as in the Petition, and 
$hat Lord Haddo and Lord Daer were duly elected. The Committet 
found that the Petitioners were not duly elected, March I793v 



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No. 62. Dorchester. 



Pari. 

1 1 Joseph Lord Milion.' 

12 Joseph Lord Mikon.' 
John Damer, usq.^ 

IS John Dainer, esq. 

14 John Damer, esq. 

15 Hon. George Damer." 

16 Hon. George Damer. 



17 Hon. George Damer." 

Hon. Cropley Ashley." 

1 S Hon. Cropley Ashlty. 



JohnPitr, esq.* 
Thomas Foster, esq.* 
"Wiiiiani Ewer, esq. 
William Ewer, esq. 
William. Ewer, esq. 
William Ewer, esq. 
William Ewer, esq.' 
Thomas Ewer, esq. 
Hon. Cropley Ashley. • 
Francis Fane, esq. 

Francis Fane, esq. 



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1 Hon. Cropley Ashley. Francis Fane, esq. '■■', 

2 Hon. Cropley Ashley.' Francis Fane, esq. 

3 Hon. Cropley Ashley. Francis Fane, esq. 

I Of ibe Kingdam of Ireiand ; Son in-law to tbc Duke of Derstl. 
— -A CnmitiissionEr of Trade and Plantations i appiwnted one of 
the Commissioners of the Admiralty j anew Writ ordered, Decembei- 
4, I7i6, he was reelected.— 3 Created liaron jM/Zcj/) of Jlfi/;on ^i- 
ity mDurjelsiire; a new Writ ordered, April 29, 1762— 4 Died, 
anew Writ ordered, Dec. 17, F765. — S Brother of Lord Af//fon. — 
« Eldest Son to Lord Milion ; 3 Major in the Array.—? Died, a new 
Writ oidered, July 1789.— S Brother to the deceased Member ; 
^ied, a new Writ ordeied, January 22, 1790, — 9 Brother to the 
Earl oi S/ui/ttsbury. — '° Found by the Committee not duly elected. 
—.11 FouikI by the Coromittee to be duly elected. 

Pari. 14. jinihony Chapman, esq. petitioned, but the Committee 
foundlbe sitting Members duly elected, Feb. 23, 1775- 

ParL 17. The Honble. Cropley ^ihUy, petitioned. On the I4ih 
of April 1791, the Chairman of the Committee repotted to the 
House, that pursuant lo the last Determination of the House of 
Common., the Right of Election for the Botoogh of Dorchesler is 
in the Inhabitants paying to Church and Poor, in respect of their 
personal Estates ; and !n such persons as pay to Church and Poor in 
respect of their real Estates, within the said Borough, though not 
Inhabitants or Occupier*, and although their Names do not appear 



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1^^911 %kt Pp0r't Rf ^.' THt^t th« HonMe. Gtorge jPwner the &itUn|f 
Mml^r k nql^ d^ly €l«ct^, T^t X^ Hoiiblc. Crop/ey Afhley, tho 
B^tipn^r^ 19 dvilj ^lectf^y «iy) o\^\ tQ hstre bcentteturaed. That 
iHii^eir the f otitioii iigr tb« Oppomtipa m^de (q it app9£^r W be fri- 
yoiow 9f vexatious. 



< Made' Clerk of the Ordnandd ; anaw Writ ordered, Decembcie 
2P| 1803, be. was re-^bosen. 



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1 1 Francis Fane, esq/ 

Henry, Eto% ^sq.* 
}9 Henry Faae^ esq. 

13 Henry Fane, esq. 

34 Henry Fane, ^.* 
FrandsFatie, esq. 

15 Hon. Henry Fane.^ 7 
D.R. Mitchell, esq.* 3 
Hon. Henry Fane.* 

16 Hon. Henry Fane. 

17 Hon. Henry Fane.'* 
^8 Hon. Henry Fane. 



Ljfmc Regis. 
Thomas Fane, esq^ 

' • ■ ■ ' 

Thomas Fane, esq.^ 
John Lord Burghereh.* 
John Lord Burghersh.* 
Hon. Henry F»n«/ 
Hon. Henry Fane. 

D. C Henry Harford, esq.* 
R. I Lionel Darell, jun. esq.* 
David R. Mitchell, esq. 
H9n. Thomas Fane Z*' 
Hon. Thomas Fane." 
Hon. Thomas Fane. 



1 Vacant. 

2 Hon. Thomas Fane.* 
John Lord Burghersh.^ 

3 John Lord Burghersh. 



Hon. Thomas Fane.' 
Henry Fane.^ 

Henry Fane, esq. 



* A Commissioner of Trade and Plantations ; died, a new Writ 
ordered, June 6, 1737. — « One of the Chief Clerks of the Privy 
Council. — ^3 Succeeded as Earl oi Westmoreland j a new Writ order- 
ed, November 25, 1762.—!^ Eldest Son of the Earl of Westmore- 
land. — 5 Succeeded his Father in the Peerage, a new Writ ordered, 
January 21, 1772.— ? Brother to the Earl oi Westmoreland ; made 

Keeper 



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Keeper of the Private Roads to Hi» Majesty j a new Writ ordercdir' 
June 9, 1772, he was re-eiected.— 7 Died, a new Writordbrcd, 
June 5, 1777.— 8 8 8 8 None of the Members returned at thctakiie- 
ral Election being found duly elected. ; a new Writ was^ksued^ -Dec. 
a, 1780. — 9 Uncle to the Earl of IVesimore/am/.'^^Q hrolhtet to the 
£arl of Westmoreland \ has a Campany in the Foot Guards.*-'' Made 
a Groom of His Majesty^s Bedchamber ; a new Writ ordered, Feb, 
J, 1793.-^" Usher of the Bkcfc Rod in /rtf/tf«</. /" 

Pari. 15. The Committee found that none of the Member? return- 
ed in the double Return were duly elected^ and that the £lectioi| 
■was void, Decembier 2, 1780. 

Pari. 15. Henry Harford said Lionel Dare//^ esqrs. petitioned 
against Messrs Fane and Mitcbeil^s Election. The Committee found 
the sitting Members didy.elcctcdi' March 8, 1781.. ' 

Pari. 16. Robert Wood void John (Tij/or;, esqrs. ^efitioned^ renew* 
ed the 2^ i^d 3d Seidonjt;' wheii the Committee. ihubd the. ttttu)|j 
Members duly elected, f^ebr^iary "^i, 1785. 



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' Brother to the Earl of Westmoreland \ and a Groom of the 

King^s Bedchamber.— -* Cousin to the Earl oi - We^tmorelifid,*-^ 

3 Made Steward of the Manor of East Hendred in Berks, A new 

Writ ordered^ March 2, i8o6.-7^ Eldest Son of the Earlpf W^^^/. 

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Pari, No. 64 and 65. Weymouth and Melcomb Regis. 

11 Lord John Cavendish.* > Rt. Hon. Geo. Doddington/ 
Welbore Ellis, esq.^ 3 J^^^ Tucker, esq. 

1 2 Sir F. Dash wood, bt.* 5 John Tucker, esq.^ 
Johifi Olmius, bt-^ 3 ^-ichardOlover, esq. 
Richard Jackson, esq^ 

Chades Walcott, esq. 
lSD.Billers,L.Waltham7^ Sir Charles Davers, bt. 
Jeremiah Dyson, esq»® 3 John Tucker, esq. 

14 Rt. Hon. W.Ellis, esq.' 7 William.Chaffin Grove, esq. 
John Purling, esq. 5 John Tucker, esq.'* 

Gabriel Steward, esq." 

15 Rt. Hon. Welb. Ellis;** 7 William Chaffin Grove, esq.*' 
John Purling, esq. 3 Warren Lisle, esq.'* 

Gabriel Steward, esq. 

Richard Wm. Rumbold.** 

■ ■ '• - - -i - ' — — ■ ■ — ^^— 

* Third Brother to the Duke of Devonshire^^^'^ Clerk of the Pells 
in Ireland ; appointed Treasurer of the Navy ; a new Writ ordered, 
December 23, he was re-elected ; soon after the Dissolution of this 
Parliament, he was created Baron Melcomhe of Melcombe Regis iti 
Dorsetshire. '^l A Commissioner of the Admiralty j appointed one 
of thie Vice -Treasurers of Ireland 5 a new Writ ordered, December 
^3» *755» ^® was re-elected. — 4 Appointed Chancellor and Under 
Treasurer of the Exchequer j a new Writ ordered, June 2, 1762, 
he was re-elected \ called up to the House of Peers to the ancient 
SaronyofZ^ Despenser\ a new Writ ordered, April 18, 1763.— 
iV. B. Mr Walcott was chosen in his place, ^S Created Lord Waltham 
of Philipstown in the Kingdom of Ireland ; died, a new Writ order- 
ed, November 25, 1762. — <^ Paymaster of the Marine Forces.— 
7 Of Ireland, — ^ Made a Commissioner of the Treasury "; a new Writ 
ordered, December 21, 1768, he was re-elected 5 appointed CoflFerer 
of the Household; a new Writ ordered, March 10, 1774* ^^ was 
re-elected. — 9 One of the Vice-Treasurers oi Ireland ; made Treasurers 
of the Navy j a new Writ ordered, June 5, 1777, he was re-elected. 
—10 Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of 
Bucks \ a new Writ ordered, June 5, 1778. — " Paymaster of the 
Marine Forces. — « Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in 
the County of Bucks \ a new Writ ordered, December 1780.— 
U Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of 
Bucks % a new Writ ordered, January 1781 : Mr Rumboldvj^% titct- 
cd in his room. — ^4 Appointed one of His Majesty's Principal Secre- 
taries of State ; a new Writ ordered, February 11, 1782, he was re- 
elected. — 15 Eldest Son to Sir Ibomas Rumbold^ bart. 3 a Lieuten- 
ant in the Foot Guards. 



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Pari. Weymouth and Mclannb Regis continued. 

16 Rt. Hon. Wei. Eilis. ? Gabriel Steward, esq.'" 
John Puriing, esq. 5 ^''' Thomas Rumbold, bt. 

George Jackson, esq.'' 
Gabriel Steward, esq.'^ 

1 7 Sir JamesMurray, bt.' ' ? Richard B. Johnstone, esq.'" 
Andrew Stewart, esq. 3 Thomas Jones, esq. 

Sir James Johnstone, bt.*' 
Gabriel T. Steward, esq. 

18 Sir James Pulteney, bt. Gabriel T. Steward, esq. 
Andrew Stewart, esq.** WiUiam Garthshore, esq.** 



J Sir James Pulteney, bt.' Gabriel T. Steward, esq.' 
Charles Adams, esq. William Garthshore, esq.' 

2 Sir James Pulteney, bt. William Garthshore, esq.* 
Gabriel T, Steward, esq. 

Richard T. Steward, esq. 

3 Sir James Pulteney, bt. Charles Adams, esq. 
Gabriel T.' Steward, esq. Richard T. Steward, esq. 

>« Mnde Steward of the three Chi/Urn HandreJs ; a new Wrtt 
ordered March 16, 1786.— '7 Judge Advocate of the Fleet ; made 
Steward of the three Chillern Hundreds, in the County of Bucks; 
a new Writ ordered, December 178S. {See Calchesler.^—^^ Gover- 
nor of Portland Caitle ^9 A Colonel in the Army, and Aide-du- 

Camp to the King; made a Majot-Geiierat, November 19. 1793. 
and Colone! of a Regiment of Foot ; took the name of Pulteney in 
. — *= Created a Baronet of Great Britain, July 1795. — "A 
Lieuienant-Colonel on half pay ; died, and the Speaker issued his 
Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, Sept. 1794.— 
" Clerk to the Register of Sasines in Scotland.— ■^Z Made a Commis- 
si oner of the Admiralty, Feb. 18, 1801, he was re-elected. 



I Lieutenant -General, and Colonel of the i8th Regiment of Fooi- 
— » Governor of Portland Castle, and a Commissioner for the Issue 
of Exchequer Bills.— 3 A Lord of the Admiralty. _4 Died, anew 
Writ o.dered, Aoril 14, i8o6. 



PARUAliBNTART RSGISTftlU 9S 

• ParL 2. Mr Arhutbnoi petitioned, bat the Committee found the 
sitting Members duly elected* 

Pari, 3. i— ..^ Arbuthnot^ esq. and others petitioned against tbc 
Election of Sir James Pulteney, which was tried by a Committee, 
who reported to the House, Jan. 26, 1807, ^^^^ ^^ sitting Mem- 
bers were duly elected, and that the Petition wa$ not frivolous ot 
vevatious* 



Pari. No. 66. Bridport. 

1 1 John Fred. Pinney, esq. Thomas Coventry, esq. 

12 Sir Gerrard Napier, bt.' Thomas G>ventry, esq.^ 
Benjamin Way, esq. 

IS SambrookeFreeman, esq. Thomas Coventry, esq. 

14 Hon, Lucius F. Carey. ^ Thomas Coventry, esq. 

15 Thomas Scott, esq- Richard Beckford, esq. 

16 Charles Sturt, esq.* Thomas Scott, esq. 

17 Charles Sturt, esq. James Watson, esq.' 

George Barclay, esq. 

18 Charles Sturt, esq. George Barclay, esq* 



1 Charles Sturt, esq. * George Barclay, esq.* 

2 Evan Nepean, esq.* George Barclay, esq. 
S Sir Evan Nepean, bt. George Barclay, esq • 

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' Died, a new Writ ordered, January 29, 1765. — * A Director of 
the South Sea Company.— 3 Only Son of Lord Viscount Falkland ; 
. a Lieutenant- Colonel in the Army.— 4 A Lieutenant in the Navy. 
— >5 A Serjeant at Law ; made a Judge of the Supreme Court of Ju- 
dicature at Fort William in Bengal^ and knighted 5 a- new Writ 
ordered, March 6, 1795* 

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Pari. la. Robert Haldane and William Lee^ esqrs. petitioned, but 
afterwards requested leave to withdraw it. 

ParL 1 6. John Petit Andrews ^ esq. petitioned. 

Pari. 18. Thomas Burgess ^ esq. petitioned against the Return of 
Charles Sturt^ esq. as one of the Representatives in Parliament for this 
Borough, he not being possessed of Estate sufficient to intitle him to 

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a seat in Parliament. The merits of Mr Burgnth Petition was or- 
dcrcd to be heard on the 9th of February 1797, but he dying In the 
interim, the order for hearing was on motion discharged, November 
33, 1796. 



■ Secretary to tlie Admiralty ; created a Baronet, July (o, i8o2; 
nside Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland; a new 
iVrit ordered. '80^, he was re-elected, and soon after 

worn of the Privy Council of /rc/dW; made one of the Commission- 
ers of the Admiralty ; anew Writ ordered, July 30, 1804, he was 
e-elecied. — > A Mecchant in London. 



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Pari. No. 67. Shaffeshmj. 

11 SirThomasCIaveringjbt. Hon. James Brudenell.' 

12 Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bt. Samuel Touchet, esq.* 

13 Ralph Payne, esq.* William Chaffin Grove, esq. 
Francis Sykes, esq. 

14 Francis Sykes, esq.'* Thomas Rumbold, esq,* 
Hans W. Mortimer, esq.' George Rous, esq. 

15 Sir Thos. Rumbold, bt.' Francis Sykes, esq.* 
Hans W, Mortimer, esq.* 

16 Hans W. Mortimer, esq. AdamDrummond, esq.' 

John Drummond, esq.'" 

17 Charles JDuncombe, esq- William Grant, esq." 

PaulBenfield, ^q." 

18 Walter Boyd, esq. PaulBenfield, esq. 

1 Walter Boyd, esq. Paul Benfield, esq. 

a Edward L. Loveden, esq. Robert Hurst, esq." 
3 Sir Home Popham, bt.* Edward L. Loveden, esq. 

' Brother to the Earl of Cardigan. — * A Merchant in London. — 
3 Made K. B. ; appointed Captain-General and Governor of the 
Leeviard hland! ; a new Writ ordered, May 8, 1771.— 4 Not duly 
elected.— -S Found to liavc been duly elected, and ought to have been 
returned, April 35, 177J. The House having rescinded their Re- 



PXkLIAMENTARY REOISTfiit, "^^W* 9-;^ 



solutions against Messrs Sjkes and Rumboldy a new Writ ordered, 
November 1776.—^ Created a Baronet, March 24, 1781. — 7 Not 
duly elected ; in this Parliament aftfct wards for YarmoAto^ Hants, -^ 
^ Fouiid to liave be<ia duly elected, and oilght to have been returned. 
-—9 Brother-in-law to the IXike of Bolton ^ died, a new Writ ordered, 
July 1786.— ^<5 Brother of the deceased Member.— ^' Made a Ser- 
jeant at Law in ' ' •« ■ 1793 ; made a Welsh Judge j a new Writ 
ordtt^ June 20, '793- C^e H^«//f or).— " In this Parliament be* 
fore for Maim^bury* 

Pari. 14. Hans Winth. Mortimer^ esq. petitioned : the Committee 
not only found him duly elected, and ought to have been returned, 
but reported -fdch hotobious Inftances of Bribery appearing^ that the 
House ordercfd Messrs «!^i&^x and iStfi!»Wii/ to be prosecuted^ < . 

• ■ 

Pari.. 14. The Qonble. Bartholomew Boisverie petitioned against 
JViIr Roups Election, but the Committee found the sitting Member 
duly elojCtedy February 1777.. 

> Parl.^ ^ir Sir George CaUier^ knt.^4ind Hans Wiatfnrpe Mortimer^ 
es<]^. ; petitioned. The Conunittee, after a long sitting,, found that Sir 
Thomas RumbolJ^ hart, was hot duly elected ; thart Sir Francis Syker^ 
bart. was duly elected ; that Sir George Collier^ knt. was not duly- 
elected, and that Hans W. Mgr timer ^ esq. was duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned, April 2, 1781. 

FarL 16. Sir Tbomai Rumio/tf^ hzit. aiid William Richard Rum- 
i^o/i/y esq. petitioned. 

1 ■ - 

Part' 17. Hans Winttorpe" 'Mortimer vtiA William Bryant ^ csqts. 
petitioned ; renewed tho^ 2d and 3d Sessions. The Committee was 
ballotted for on the 7th of I\$arch 1793* and on the iith of the same 
monthii itbe Chairman. reported to the House that the sitting Members 
were duly elected^ and th^t the Petitions w^re not frivolous or vexa<* 
tiouf. ' . ^ 

■ r MMi<— it 

■■■ . > . 

< Elected also for y/^jrxiiif^, but made his clToIee to represent this 
Boroug1).7^2 A Captain in the Navy. 

Pari; 2. James Dasbwood^ esq* petitioned against Mf Httrst^s 
Eleetion. Tried Feb. 8t and reported Feb. 10, 1803, by R. Bald- 
wint esq*. Cfaairman, R\ Hurst^ esq. duly elected ; and that the Pe- 
tition o^ James Dashwsodf esq» is not frivolous or vexatious. 

Pari'. 3. ''^- pelitioQcd against the fifcction df 

Sir Hbm^ Papbam. '•''.• 

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m 

■ Part 

H 11 John Htt, esq.' 

■ William A Pitt, 



PARLIAMENTARY JIEGISTLR. 



? D C Henry Drax, esq.' 



(_ Thomas Erie Drax, esq.* 
William Aug. Pitt, esq.* Henry Drax, esq.' 



Edward Drax, esq. 
Thomas Erie Drax, esq. 
Robert Palk, esq. 



12 John Pitt, esq. 

13 Ralph Burton, esq.* 
Whitshed Keene, esq.^ 
Thomas de Grey, esq." 

14 Rt Hon. W.G. Hamilton.^ Christopher D'Oyley, esq.« 



1.5 John Boyd, esq.' 

16 Charles Lefebure, esq,'" 
John Calcraft, esq, 

17 Lord Robert Spencer." 

18 Lord Robert Spencer.'* 
Joseph C. Hankey, esq. 



Thomas Farrer, esq. 
Thomas Farrer, esq. 

Richard Smith, esq.'* 
Charles Rose El'is, esq.'' 
Sir Godfrey Vassal, bt.'^ 
Joseph Chap. Hankey, esq. 



1 John Calcraft, esq. Joseph Chap. Hanfeey, esq. 

2 John Calcraft, esq.* Andrew Strahan, esq.' 

3 Jonathan Baine, esq. Andrew Strahan, esq.' 

' The Double Return made at the General Election to the nth 
Parliament, was by the House declaTcd a void Election, and a new 
WritordevcU, December 19, 1754. — ^ A Major of Dragoons, aftcr- 
xvards promoted to be a Lieutenant-Colonel. — J Died, a new Writ 
ordered, November 13, 1755-' — 4 Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, 
and a Major-General ; died, a new Writ ordered. Novcmbei 10, 
J768, — 5 Appointed a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations; a 
new Writ ordered, January 1774, he was chosen icy Liidgertboli. — 
* Only Son of Lord Chief Juitice de Crey.—l Chancellor of the Ex- 
cheqi-er in Ire/and. — 8 Under Secretary to Lord George Germaine, 
one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State ; appointed Com- 
missary-Gciietal of Musters; aneiv Writ ordered, June 1776, he was 
rr-elecled.— 9 Eldest Son of Sir Johi, Boyd, bart.— 't' Made Steward 
of the Manor of East Bendred in the County of Berhs ; a new Writ 
ordered, July ro, 1786.—" Serood Brother to the Duke of Marl- 
haroagb. — '" A General Officer in the Service of the £ox/yW(ii Com- 
pany,— .'3 Made his Election for Sw/ori/; a new "Writ ordered, Oct, 



k. 



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^T, 1796.— '4 Made Steward of the Manor oiEast Hen Jred in berk* 
sbire^ anew Writ ordered, February 2^^ i799« — *5 Shot himself in a 
fit of Lutfocjr \ a new Writ ordered) 1:6th i\xns^ .^800. 



2 I^riQter to His Majesty ••*» Appointed Clerk of the Ordnaiicii! 
a new' Wril} ordered^ Febiwary i^^ 1806, he was re-chosen.— 4 Prin' 
ter to Has Majesty* 

Part: No, 69, Corfe CMte. 

1 1 Henry Bankes^ esq. John Bond, esq. 

12 Henry Batikes, ^q#*^ ' George M. Vise* Malpasi^ 
Jolm Campbell, esq. John Bond, esq. - 

IS Joha JenkinsoD) e6q«'' John Bond, e8<|. 

14 John Jenkinson, esq^ - John Bond^ esq^^ 

15 Henry Bankes^ esq. John Bond^ jon. esq«^ 

16 Henry Bankes, esq^^ John Bond, esq. 

17 Henry Bankes, esq* John Bond, esq;' 

18 Hairy Bankes, esq« John Bond; ^esq^ 



(T 



Nathaniel Bond, esq. 



X Henry Bankes, esq. N?ithaniei Bobd, esq."" 

2 Henry Bankes^ esqi Nathaniel Bond, esq.' 

3 Henry Banked, esq. Nathaniel Bond^ esq. 



' Appointed a Commissioner of the Customs \ a new Writ ordered^ 
Decelnber i, 1762.— « Eldest Son to the Earl of Cboimondeley. Co- 
lonel of a Regimtnt of Foot y died, a new Writ ordered, March 26, 
1-/64.— 3 Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter to tht Queen 5 made Gen- 
tleman Usher of the Private Chamber to the Queen. — 4 Son of th^ 
late Member.— 5 Made Steward of the three Chilterh Hundreds ; al 
new Writ ordered, 1800.— ^ Made a Commissioner of the 

Treasury j a new Writ ordered^ March 16, i8ot, he was re-elected. 



* A Lord o^thc Treasury.— « A king's Counselj Judge Marti«ti 
Advocate Generalg and Recorder of Wareham, 

H2 



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Pari. No. "JO. Durham County. 

1 1 Henry Ld. Vt. Barnard.' George Bowes, esq.'* 
Hon. Raby Vane.* Robert Shaftoe, esq. 

1 2 Hon. Frederick Vane.^ Robert Shaftoe, esq. 

1 3 Hon. Frederick Vane, Sir Thomas Clavering, l?t. 

1 4 Sir John Eden, bt. Sir Thomafe Clavering, bt. 

1 5 Sir John Eden, bt. Sir Thomas Clavering, bt* 

16 Sir John Eden, bt. ' Sir Thomas Clavering, bt. 

1 7 Rowland Burdon, esq. Ralph Milbanki esq.^ 

1 8 Rowland Burdon, esq. Ralph Milbank, esq. 



si r ml 

" ^ 1 ■" "^ ' ■ • I.I 



1 Rowlaltii .Burdon, esq. Sir HaI|^,MUb^Ml>tyri : 

2 Rowland JBurd^n, Qsq^i >Sir Ralph i Milba^K^ M*. 

3 Sir T. H. LWdeU \>t. -I ;.Sirilt!|lpl?(Milbankl ht. 

I Eldest Son ofthe Earl of Dat-Rngton ; pia^ a^Coinpafijr i^'t^eFoAotf 
Guards; succeeded^ his Fafber icfr Earl QitDat/ittgt$nj.2Lf'ntn'Wnt 
ordered, Mardb^^Oy 1758.— >f i^econd Brotlver t«Kthe;£^i|j^)f Z)tfr^ 
lington ; a Capt^ti Jii / the Nayy.-*-3 Next Brpthcii^ to "tJWvrJ&M^ P^ 
Darlington. — 4DieS,''^ new Writ ordered, 'November'' 20, f76b.-?iJ- 
5 A Captaiti in the Navy^ j Son of Sir Raipb Milbank. 



^ A Captain in the Navy. 






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I. 



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PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



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Pari No. 71. Durham City. 

1 1 John Tempest, esq, Henry Lambton, esq. 



1 2 John Tempest, esq. 



1 3 John Tempest, esq. 

14 John Tempest, esq. 

1 5 John Tempest, esq* 

1 6 John Tempest, esq. 



Henry Lambton, esq.' 
Ralph Gowland, esq.* 
John Lambton, esq.^ 
John Lambton, esq."^ 
John Lambton, esq. 
John Lambton, esq.' 
John Lambton, esq.* 
Wni. H. Lambton, esq,^ 
Wm. H. Lambton, esq. 



1 7 John Tempest, esq.* . 

Sir Fred. V. Tempest, bt.^ 
la Sir Fred. V,Tempest,bt.'* Wm.'H. Lambton, esq.' 

Michael A. Taylor, esq.' ^ Ralph Lambton, esq.'* 



1 Ralph J. Lambton, esq.' 

2 Ralph J. Lambton, esq. 

3 Ralph J. Lambton, esq. 



Michael A. Taylor, esq. 
Richard Wharton, esq.* 
Robert E. D. Shafto, esq. 
Richard Wharton, esq. 



'Died, a new Writ ordered, November 28, 1761. — * Not duly 
elected.*->3 Found duly elected, and ought to have been returned, 
May If, 1762 J Colonel of a Regiment jof Foot, and a Major- Gene- 
ral .—4 Made a Lieutenant-General. — 5 Made a General of^ Foot. — 
^ Made «Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of 
Bucks -y a new Writ ordered, February 17B7. — 7 Son of the late 
Member.—^ Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk 
of the Crown to make out a new Writ, August 1794.— 9 In this Par- 
liament before for Wincbel sen •'-^^^ "Died y a new Writ ordered, Dec. 
^8, 1797.—" Brother to the deceased Member.-^-'*' Made Steward 
of the three Cbiltern Hundreds^ anew Writ ordered, Feb. 25, 1800, 
—'3 In this Parliament before for Aldboroughy Suffolk. 

Pari. 12. Jobn Lambfimj esq, petitioned against Mr Gowland'' s 
Election, and on the iith of May 1762, ihie? House found the Peti- 
tioner duly elected, and ought to have been returned. 



* A Banker 5n Newcastle'-'Upon-Tyne.'^'^Yoxmi duly not elected • a 
new Writ ordered, Feb. 20, 1804. 

H3 ^ Pari. 



102 PARLIAMENTARY REGISTJZR. 



Pari. 3. Michael Angela Taylor^ esq. petitioned j and the Chairman 
of the Committee that tried the Election reported to the House, so 
far as related to Richard Wharf on ^ esq. it was a vqid Electiqn } that 
the Petitioner was not duly elected, and his Petitioo was not frivolous 
or vexatious, February 20, 1804. 



Paj'l. No. 7?. Es^^ex. 



Jl Sir John Abdy, bt.* WilKam Haryey, esq. 

Sir W. Maynard, hu 
12 Sir W* Maynard, bjt. William Harvey, esq.* 

John Luther, esq. 
J 3 Sir W. Maynard, bt.? Jobnl^uther, esq. , 

John Conyers, esq. 
I* John Conyers, esq.t John Luther," esq. 

William Harvey, esq.^ 

Tho. B. Brampstope, esq. 

15 Tho. B. Brampstone, esq. John Luther, esq. 

16 Tho. B. Brampstone, esq. John Bullock, esq. 

1 7 Tho. B. Brampstone, esq; John Bullock, esq. 
^8 Tho. B. Brampstone, esq. John Bullock, esq. 

J Tho. B. Brampton, esq. John Bullopk, esq. 

2 Eliab Harvey, esq.* John Bullock, esq. 

3 Eliab Harvey, esq.* ' John Bullock, esq. 

■ ■ III. , ■—— — 1 1 ■ . m I I I »»i— »»^^—— «———.— ^i^—.^—iM;—»i^w,M^ 

? Died, a new Writ ordered, April |Q, 1759.— * Died, a n^tjr 
Writ ordered, November 15, I7^3-— 3 Died, a licw Writ ordered, 
January izi, 1772.— 4 Vcrdurer of £/^iflry Fprw// died, a new Writ 
ordered, October ^, 1775.— 5 Died, a new Writ ordered, April 

1779. • ■•"' ' • '■ • • -•."•"• 

Pari. 13. Sevcfal of the Freeholders petitioned, but afterwards 
reques^^d icaye to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 



i , o.-'-^i 



^ A Captain in the Navy.— -« A Rear-Admiral, 



PARLIAMEMTARY REGISTER. lOS 



Pari No. 13. Colchester. 

1 1 John OImiu&, esq. Charles Gray, esq.* 

Isaac Martin Rebow, esq.* 

12 Charles Gray, esq. f.r.s. Isaac Martin Rebow, esq. 
18 Charles Gray, ^sq. f.r s. Isaac Martin Rebow, esq. 

14 Charles Gray, esq. f.r.s. Isaac Martin Rebow, esq. 

15 Sir Robert Smyth, bt. Isaac Martin Rebow, esq.* 

Christopher Potter, esq.^ 
Edmund Affleck, esq.* 



> Not duly elected.—* Found duly elected, and ought to hare 
been returned, March 13, 1755.— 3 Recorder o^ Ifiswicb.^^ Died, 
and the Speaker issued his Warrant for a new Writ to the Clerk of 
the Crown, November 12, 1781.—- 5 Not duly eleeted.— ^ Found 
duly elected^ and ought to have been returned, March 4, 1782^ 
a Captain in the Navy ; created a Baronet May 28, 1782 ^ made a 
Rear- Admiral of the Blue, Feb. 10, 1784. 

Pari. I r. Mr Rebow petitioned a||rainst Mr Grey*s Election, and 
the Petitioner was declared by the House to be duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned, March 13, 1755. 

Patl. t j. j^Ux. Toi'iycB^ esq. petitioned, renewed the 2d Session ^ 
Be then requested leave to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 

Pari, ij. Several of the Inhabitants petitioned against Mr Potter's 
Election, and the Committee found that Mr Potter was rio't duly 
elected, but that Edmund Affleck^ esq. was duly elected and ought to 
have been returned, March 4, 1782. 



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iflf P4RI,IAME|^TARY RPQJSTERf 



Iparl. 2^0. 73. Colchester continued. 

16 Sir Edmund Affleck, bt.' Christopher Potter, ^q.^ 
Geo. Jackson, esq.*?D. Sir Robert Smith, bt, 
Geo. Tiemey, esq.* 3 R. !• 

17 George Jackson, esq.'^ Robert Thornton, iBsq, *.: 

1 8 John Lord Muncasten »' Robeyt Thornton, esd.- ■ 

■'.•■■•'■.'. 

1 John Lord Mulcasten ^ Robert Thornton, esq.' 

2 John Dennison, esq. Robert Thornton, esq. 

3 William Tuffhell, esq. Robert Thornton, esq. 



7 Died, a new Writ . ordered, Decfcmbcr 4, 1788.— ^ Not ^ duly 
elected, a new Writ ordered, July 5, 1784.— P Not duly elected.— 
9 Duly elected.— K' Judge Advocate of the Fleet ) oreaied a fiaitmet, 
Julyir, I79I.-*— " Qf /r^/tf«//. 

Pari. 16. Sir Robert Smytb^ tart, and several of tBe Electors pe- 
titioned againtt Mr Potier^s Election. On the 5th of July ' I784f the 
Chairman of the Committee appointed to try the merits eif tlie Peti- 
tion reported to the HoUse, that it was-ibund to be a "void Election, 
as far as it related to Mr fQttfr'^s Election; a new Writ ordered, 
'July 5, 1784. ',:'.' 

. Pari. 16. Christopher Potter zr\i' Samuel, Ty^sely esqs. and seyeral 
. of the Inhabitants petitioned against Sir Robert Smjtb^s Election^ 
u'hich was renewed the second Session, and tried. On the I0th of 
March 1785, the Chairman of the Compiittee appointed to ^ry the 
merits of this Election, reported to the House^ that they found tne 
sitting Member duly elected. 

Pari. 16. George JacfjoB and George Tierfiey, csqrs. having an 
equal Number of Votes, were both returned. On the (Sth of April 
1 789, the Chairman of the Committee appointed to try this Election 
reported to the House, that Gfprge Tterney, esq. was duly elected, 
and that peorge Jacison, esq. was not duly elected. 

Pari. 17. George Tierney, esq. petitioned. On the 4th of April 
J 791, the Chairman of the Committee appointed to try this conteste4 
Election, reported to the House, that the sitting Members were duly 
elected, and that the Petition was frivolous and vexatious. 

Pari. 18. R. Shipley^ esq. petitioned. The Chairman of the Com-? 
jnittee that tried this Election reported to the Hous^, that the sitting 

' Memb^frs 



FAHLIAftKNTART 1LSOI8TB11. 105 



Members were dnlj elected, and that the Petitioo of X. Shipley^ esq. 
frat frivolous and vezatioas, March 1797* 



> An EaiilMia and Souib Sea Directori and Consul of the Russis 
Company. 



Pari' No. 74. Maiden. 

* 

1 1 Robert Colebrooke, esq, John Bullock, esq. 

12 Bamber Gascoyne, esq*' John Bullock, esq. 
John Huske, esq. 

laf JohnHuske, esq/ John Bullock, esq. 

- Charles Ramsford, esq.' 

14 Hon. Richard S.Nassau.^ JohnStrutt, esq. 
Eliab Harvey, esq.^ 

15 EUab Harvey, esq.^ John Strutt, esq. 

16 John Strutt, esq. D. Billers, Ld. Waltham.^ 

Sir Peter Parker, bt.» 

17 John Holden Strutt, esq. ^ Charles C. Western, esq. 

18 John Holden Strutt, esq. Charles C. Western, esq. 

1 John Holden Strutt, esq. Charles C. Western, esq. 

2 John Holden Strutt, esq. Charles C. Western, esq. 

3 John Holden Strutt, esq- Benjamin Gaskill, esq/ 

Charles C. Western, esq. 



' Appointed a Commissioner of Trade ^and Plantations, a new 
Writ ordered, April 18, 1763 ; in this Parliament afterwards for 
Midburst,'^^'^ Diedy and the Speaker issued his Waraaiit to the Clerk 
of the Crown for a new Writ, ^773- — ^ Has a Company in the 

Foot Guards, and Aide-du Camp to the King. — 4Biother to the 
^2Lx\oiRocbfordf and one of the Clerks of the £oard of Green Cloth ; 
died, a new Writ ordered. May 22, 1780. — 5 A Master and Com- 
mander in the Navy. — ^ A Captain in the Navy. — 7 Of Ireland \ 
died, a new Writ ordered, February 1787.— ^ Admiral of the White, 
inade Admiral of the Blue, September 24, 1787. — 9 Son of the late 



106 »ARLIAM£NTARV RKGIST£R< 



Member ; Brotlier-iih-law to the Duke of Leinsterj and Lieutenant- 
Colonel of the West Essex Regiment of Militia. 

Pari. 14. Drigue Biiiers, Lord P^//i&tfin of the Kingdom oi Ire* 
land^ petitioned ; renewed the second Session, and then had If ave to 
withdraw \U 



' Not duly elected* 

Pari. 3. Chas, Western,^ esq. and several of the Freemen, petitioned 
against the Ketuvn of Benjdmin Gasii//^ esq. and the Committee who 
tried the £lection, reported to the House, that Benjamin Gashilly 
esq. was not duly elected, aiid, Jo^n HoUen StruH and HbarUs ColRs 
Western^ esqrs. were duly elected, February 4, 1807. 



;A.11LIAM£NTA&Y REGISTEIt. 107 



farL . iTo. 75, Harwich. 

% 1 John Phillipson, esq.' Wenman Coke, esq/ 
Wm. L. Vt. Duncannon/ 
Thomas Sewell, esq* 

12 Rt.HoQ. C.Townshend/ John Roberts, esq.' 
Thomas Bradshaw, esq.^ 

1 3 Edward Harvey, esq.* John Roberts, esq.'' 

Charles Jenkinson, esq.^ 

14 Edward Harvey, esq.'** John Robinson, esq.* 
Hon^ George A. North." 

15 Hon. Geoi^e A. North. John Robinson, esq. 

16 Rt. Hon. Tho- Orde.** John Robinson, esq.'^ 

17 Rt. Hon. Tho. Orde.'* John Robinson, esq. 

18 Richard Hopkins, esq.'^ John Robinson^ esq« 
Hon. Henry A. Dillon.'^ 

1 John Rpbinson, esq." Hon. Henry A. Dillon.* 

2 John Robinson, esq.^ Thomas Myers, esq.^ 
John H. Addington, esq.^ James Adams, esq.^ 

3 John H. Addington^ esq.^ Wm. H. Freemantle, esq. 

- -^ 

}. Sarveyor- General of Hi^ Majesty^s Works ; died, a new Writ 
.ordered, I)ecember 3, i756.-7-?£ldest Son to tke £ail of Be^bo' 
fougb ; a Commissioner of thje Treasury ; in this Parliament before 
for Saltish ; succejBded his feather ip the Peerage, a new Writ order* 
ed. December 20, 1758.— >3 Made a Commissioner of Trade and 
Plantations^ a new Writ ordered, December 28, 1761, he was re- 
elected ; again appointed to ^he same Office, a new Writ ordeted, 
l>ecember 17, ^765, be was re-elected.---4 Second Son to Lord Vis- 
count Townsbend\ Secretary at War \ appointed First Commissioner 
of Tradje and Plantations ; a new Writ ordered, February 24, 1763, 
he was re-elected ; appointed Paymaster-General of the Land Forces, 
Guards and Garrisoris ip Great Brtiain \ a new Writ ordered, he 
was re-elected ; o^ade Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exche- 
quer \ a new Writ ordered, November 11, i*jf^^ he was re-elected; 
died, anew Writ ordered, November 24, 1767.— 5 Joint Secretary 
to the Treasury.— >^ Adjutant General to the Land Forces in Great 
Pritain ; Colonel of a Regiment of Horse, and a Major-General.— 
7 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to thj^ Clerk of the 

Crown 



108 r'ARLIAMfeNTARY REGIStSiLi 



Crown for a new Writ, July 1772. — ^ A Commissioner of tte Trw- 
Sury ; before- in this Parliament tor u^yft/^^jf ; appointed one of the 
Vice-Treasurers of /r^/fl«</ J a new Writ ordered^ Jknjiiiry 2^, ''772» 
he was re-elected. — 9 Joint Secretary to the Treasurv.-^^o. Adjutant- 
General J Colonel of Dragoons, arid Governor of Por/j'f«^a/'i&;. died, 
a new Writ ordered, April 16, 1778. — ^" Eldest Son tb Lord rfortb ; 
Secretary to the CfaaDcellor of the Exchequer ^ Sieci^etary and Coa:)f>- 
troller to the (^ueen, and Colonel of the- RegiiDt^ of ih^ Cinque' 
Port Volunteers. — 'f* Receiver- General of the Duchy of Lancaster j 
and Principal Secretary to the Lord -Lieutenant ol Ireland^ anrf a 
Privy Counsellor of that Kingdom. — '3 Made Surveyor of His Ma- 
jesty's Woods, &c. ; anew Writ ordered, December 17, 1787, he 
was re -elected. -^14 Made Governor of the Ule of Wight y add Consta- 
ble of Carif brook Castle \ anew Writ ordered,. . April 21, -i7d'» ^^ 
was re-elected. By Hi& IV^ajesty's Permission he tock the Nftroe> apd 
Arms of Powiett in MafcH 179'4.— ?5 A Commissioner of the Treasu- 
ry 5 died, a new^ Writ t>rdered, April 2, 1799.-^*^ Son to Viscount 
I) i//on oi the Kingdom vijre/and. '■"' '' *• 



^ ^ 



I Surveyor- General of the King's Woods and ParHsr— ^ Only Son 
of Viscount 2>iy/^«.— 3 Died, a new Wiit ordered^ Btc. 27, 1802.— 
4 Inothis Parliament before /or Bossiney ; Joint Piy master- General. 
— 5 Nqt duly elected. — ^ Duly elected, and oughjt to have been re- 
turned.— 7 A Commissioner for the AiFairs oi India* 

Pari. 2. James Adams^ esq. petitioned. The Chairman ofjthe 
Committee that tried this Election, found that the Petitioner was 
duly elected 9 -and ought to have been returned, and ^^\. Thomas 
'Myers^'^%t\m was not duly elected, and ought not to have been Ire- 
turned, April 7, 1B03: the Return was amended accordingly. The 
oppoMtion of Mr Myers to the Petition was neither frivolous or vex- 
atious. 



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lURLIAMINTARY. ]L£OIST£Rc 109 L 



Pari. No4 76. Gloucestershire. 

1 1 Thomas Chester, esq, Norborne Berkeley, esq. 

12 Thomas Chester, esq.* Norborne Berkeley, esq.* 
Edward Souttryell, esq. Thomas Tracy, ?sq. 

13 Edward Southwell, esq. Thomas Tracy, esq.^ 

Sir William Guise, bt. 
1* Edwiard Southwell, esq.* Sir William Guise, bt. 
William B. Chester, egq 

15 William B- Chester, esq.^ Sir William Guise, bt. . 
James Button, esq.^ Hon. Geo C. Berkeley/ 

16 Thomas Masters, esq. Hon^ GeoiC. Berkeley.® 

17 Thop^s Mastisrs, esq. Hon. Geo. Q. Berkeley.^ 

18 Hen^-M.'ojf: iWorcest^^^^^ Hon. Geo. C. Berk.qley. 



V.' . 



1 Hoh^ G6o. Berkeley.* ! Henry M. of Worcester.' 

2 Hotf^^O!?o«^€i;keley* . Henry M. of Worcester,^ 

Lord R6bt'Edi'S6mfei;set.* 

3 tton. Gep>;Berkeley. Lord Robt. Ed. Somerset. 



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' Lord L\c\itM§3fjit and Custos Rotulorum of this County, and a 
Groom of His Majesty's Bedchamber^ made Steward of the Cbiltern 
Hundreds in the County of Buds ; a new Writ ordered, March ii, 
^7^3 J ^ clain^ed soon after the. ancient Barony of Bo//^oi/r/,. which 
atter fou*t d^y« keafihg before the House of L^rds, vraiadjad^d to 
bim.— «'Pied/ a^ncfW'Writ ordered, November 15, J765.— 3 Died, 
and the Speaker issued his Warrant for a new Writ to th^ Clerk of 
theCrovyn^ Jufy §7 70.-'-*4 Called up to the House of/P^ors as Lord 
Clifford\^ new Writ ordered, April 25, 1776. — 5 Dfed, and the 
Speiiker issued -his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new 
Writ, December .30,. 1780. — ^ Only Brother to the Earl oi Berkeley ; 
a Captain in\l<e fJavy. — 7 Soon after the Dissolution of this Farlia- 
ment, lie w'as-^breated Baron Sherborne of Sherborne ^ ih the County 
of Gloucester,-^ Made Surveyor-General of the Ordnance ; a ftewr 
Writ ordecfcd, Ma^h i^, 178^9, he Was re-elected. — 9 Made Colonel 
of Marines^' Jiinfei^ 1795. — ^^^^p^dest Son of the "[^xlktoi Beaufort. 

Pari. 14.- Y he ''Hohblc. George Berkeley^ and a number of tl* 
Freeholders,' petitiobe'd 'agniost Mr Chester^s Election,' and the par* 
tiality shewn by the High Sheriff of the County. -Thc-Conltaittec, 

/ after 



}10 PAfiXIAAftSXCTAlLY REGI6TE1U 



after sitting three Months^ declared the sitting Member duly elected^ 
and that they saw no cause to impeach the Conduct of the High She* 
riff. ... 



< Eldest Son of the Duke of Btaufonr.-^'^ Brother to the Etrl of 
Berkeley^ and a Rear- Admiral of the White«*«3 Sottceeded. his Fa* 
ther as X>uke of Bea^forf^ and the. Speakec issued his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown for a new. Writ, October x8o^-»-4 Brother to 
the Duke of Beaufort \ a Lieutenant-Colonel in the ^my* 



ParL ' Uq. 77, Gloucester City, 

1 1 Creorgp A. Selwyn, esq.' Charles Barrow^ isq, 

12 George A. Sdwyn, esq. Charles Barrow, esq; 

13 George A. Selwyn^ esq. Charles Barrow, esq. 

14 George A* Selwyn, esq. Charles Banrow, esq. 

15 JohnWebl>,, esq. Charles Barrow, esq/ 

1 6 John Webb, esq. Sir Charles Barrow.** 

John Pitt, esq. 

17 John Webb, esq.* John Pitt, esq.* 
Henry Howard, esq.* 

1« Henry Howard, esq. John Pitt, esq. 



1 John Pitt, esq. Henry Howard, esq^ 

2 John Pitt, esq,' Henry Howard, esq. 
Robert Morris, esq. 

3 Robert Morris, esq. Henry Howard, esq. 



1 * " 

» Surveyor of the Meltings of the Mint, and Register of the Court 
of Chancery in the Island of Barhadoes ^ appointed Paymaster of the 
Board of Works j 9 new Writ ordered, December a2, i7Ji> heKas 
re-elected.—^ Created a Baronet, December 19, \*fi^.^Jh Died. 
^ new Writ ordered, January 1789. — 4 Made Steward of the three 
CbUtern Hundreds in the County of Bucks ; a new Writ ordered, 
April 00, 1791* he was re-elected.— 5 Died, a new Writ ordered, 
February 5, 1795.—^ Cousin to the Duke of Notfoii i before in this 
^arliatteat lof ^drunieL 

«The 



PAULIAUSm* A&Y ILSaUTXIU * 1 1 f 



' Died, tlie Speaks issued his War cant to tlie Cltrk of tbe Crown 
fiiranewWnt, August 1805. 



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]?wrl% ' }^Q»*1». Cirencester. * 

Xi Hon. BenjainmBathurst/ Hoiv John Dawney,* 

1?. James /W^Wtghe^^ esq,^ JofijR Vise. Downe. 

13 James Whitshed, esq. Estcpurt Criessw^ll» esq^ 

1 4 James Whitshed, . esq. . Samuel Blackwell, esq, 

15 James TS/TSitsfi esql* Samuel Blackball, esq. 
Henry Lwd^ y^slej.* 

1 6 Henry Lord Apsley.^ Samuel Blackwell, esq.^ 

Richard Master, esq. 
17. ^fpnry JLof^ ^psley.* Rkhard Master, esq.* 
Michael Hicks Beach, esq. "Robert Preston^ m\^ 
18 MichaelHicks Beach, esq. Robert Preston, esq. 



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1 MichaelHicks Beach, esq. Sir Robert Preston, bt' 

2 MicfaaelEUcks Beach, esq. Sir Robert Preston, bt. 

3 MichaelHicks Beach, esq. Joseph Cripps, esq. 



* Eldest Son . of Lord Batbursf.-^^ Brother to Lord Viscount 
Downe of the Kingdom of Ire/and, to which Title he succeeded on 
bis Brother*s Death in 1760.-.-3 Son-in-law to Lord BatbursL"^ 
4 Made Steward of the Chiltern Hundreds \ a new Writ ordered, 
July 9, 1783.— 5 Eldest Son of Earl Batburst \ made a Commissioner 
of the Admiralty \ a new Writ ordered, December 24, 1783, he 
was re-elected.—^ Made a Commissioner of the Treasury \ a new 
Writ issued, July 31, 1789, he was re-elected ; succeeded the Earl 
of Hardwicke as one of the Tellers of the Exchequer, of which 
office he had the Reversion ; anew Writ ordered^ May 1700, he was 
re-elected.— 7 Died, a new Writ ordered, 1785.—^ Ngt duly 

elected.— >9 Succeeded his Father as Earl Batburst in August 1794. 
The Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make 
out a new Writ, August 1794. — '° A Director oiGreenwicb Hospi' 
taL Found by the Committee to be duly elected, and ought to have 
been returned, Maya, 1792, 

Pari. 



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Parl« 13. Samuel Blackwell^ esq. petitioned ; renewed tlie secofid 
Session, but requested leave of the House to withdraw it, which wiS- 
granted, March 12, 1770. 

Pari. 17. Robert P res ton ^t^. petitioned \ renewed the 2d Session^ 
when after a long Trial, the Chairman of , the Committee appointed t^ 
try this contested £lection, on the 9th of May ^92 reported to the 
House, that the Petitioner was lioly elected, and'oiight ^o have been 
returned, and that Richard Master^ esq. was iipt duly elected, %r^ 
ought not to have been rettkrnefd 5 that the PetitiotT'ahd th^Opposilipti* 
to i^ we#e dot frivolous* *• ,.:.. .V.-.i', . ■ . . 



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Pari. 18. Thomas Blahe Howell^ esq. petition^ and: a Da^ ifnis 
appointed fdr trying the same, but he not giying it^ tis Recogiusi|hce 
agreeable to^Law,. the order for trying was disdiamd; ^ - ' I , , 

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Pari. No. 79. Tewkesbury. 

1 1 Jbhn Martin, esq^ Nicholson Calvert, esq. 

12 Sir W, Codrington, bt. Nicholson Calvert, esq. 

1 3 Sir W. Codrington, bt. Nicholson Calvert, esqi 

14 Sir W. Codrington, bt. Joseph Martin, ' esq."* 

James Martin, esq. 
li Sir W. Codrington, bt. James Martin, esq. 
16 Sir W. Codrington, bt. James Martin, esq. 
J 7 Sir W. Codrington, bt.* James Martin, esq. 

Wm. DoWdeswell, esq.' 
18 Wm. Dowdeswell, esq.* James Martin^ esq* 

Christ. Codrington, esq. 

I Christ. Codrington, esq. James Martin, esq/ 
'2 Christ. Codrington, esq. James Martin^ esq. 

3 Christ. Codrington, esq. James Martin, esq. 

• • • * •• * . 

. ' Diedj a new Writ ordered, April 2, 1776.—* Died, a new 
Writ ordered, March 12, 1792, — 3 A Lieutenant in the Foot 
Guards \ made Captaih in th^ Foot Guards, with the rank of Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel in the Army, May 3. 1794.—^ Made Governor and 
Captain- General in th6 Ba/9tfi7i(tf /r/j/7^j ^ a hew Writ ordered, No- 
Teuiber 17, 1797- The Returning Officers not having acted as re- 
quired bj the Act of Parliaiheht, another Writ was ordered to be is- 
sued, December 13, 1797. 

Pari. II. Thomas Lord Viscount Gage of the Kingdom o^ Ireland^ 
and his Son the Honble. Lieufenant -Colonel Ga^e^ petitioned : the 
former died, and the latter requested leave to withdraw his Petition, 
which the House granted, January ij, 1755. 

."Pari. 18. Peter More and Philip Francis ^ esq. petitioned. The 
Chairman of the Committee that' tried rhis contested Klection te- 
ported to the House, that the sitting Members wer^ duly ejected,- 
March i^ l^^^i 



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rARLIAMENTARV KEGISTEK. 



Pari. No. 80. Ha'efordshire. 

1 1 Edward, Lord Harley.' Velters Cornewall, esq. 
Sir John Morgan, bt. 

12 Sir John Morgan, bt.* Velters Comewall, esq. 
Thomas Foley, jun, esq. 

13 Thomas Foley, jun. esq. Thomas Foley, sen. esq. 

14 SirGeorgeComewalljbt. Thomas Foley, sen. esq.^ 

Rt. Hon. Thomas Harley.* 

15 Sir GeorgeCornewall, bt. Rt. Hon. Thomas Harley. 

16 Sir GeorgeCornewall, bt. Rt. Hon. Thomas Harley. 

17 Sir GeorgeCornewall, bt. Rt. Hon. Thomas Harley. 

18 Robert Biddulph, esq. Rt. Hon. Thomas Harley. 



1 Rt. Hon.ThomasHarley.' Robert Biddulph, esq. 

2 Sir Geo. Comewall, bt.' John Geers Cotterell, esq.* 

John Matthews, M.D.* 
8 Sir Geo. Comewall, bt. Sir John Geers Cotterell, bt. 

* Succeeded his Father as Eart of O.e/crt/ and Earl Mariimer ; a 
new Writ ordered, Aptil i8, 1755.— * Died, a new Writ ordered. 
May 4, 1767. — 3 Called up to the House of Peers as Lord Fo/ey of 
Kidderininslcr in tbe County of WorcesUr ; a new Writ ordered. 
May 1 2, 1776. — 4 Brother 10 the Eatl of Oxford ; a Merchant and 
an Atderman of the City of London, and one of His Majesty's Most 
Honourable Privy Council. 



I Uncle to the Earl of Oxford, aod an Alderman and Father of 
the City of London, — '* Found not to be duly elected, a new Writ 
ordered, March 14, 1S03.— 3 Found duly elected.— 4 Fellow of the 
Royal College of Physicians. 

Pari. 2. Petitions from the Freeholders, and one from Mr Biddulph. 
The Committee found Sir George Corne-wali duly elected ; John Geirs 
Cotttrell, esq. not duly elected ; Mr Biddulph not duly elected. The 
Petitions on bath sides not frivolous or vexatious, March 18, iSoj. 



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9AlLLXAMENtA&Y aEdlSTEIti Uj 



ParU J^^o• 81. Hereford City. 

11 Chas.F.Scudamore, esq/ John Symoos, esq. 

12 Chas.F.Scudaniore, esq. John Symons, esq.* 

John Scudatnofe, esq. 

13 Richard Symons, esq.^ John Scudambi^e, esq. 

14 Sir Richard Symons, bt. John Scudamore, esq* 

15 Sir Richard Symons, bt. John Scudamore, esq* 

16 Charles £ari of Surrey.^ John Scudamore, esq. 
Robert Phillips, esq.* 

James Walwyn, esq. 

17 James Walwyn, esq. John Scudamore, esq.^ 

18 James Walwyn, esq.^ John Scudamore, esq.^ 
Thomas P. Symoiids* eso* John Scudamore, esq.^ 



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t Thomas P. Symonds, esq. John Scudamore, esq. 

2 Thomas P. Symonds, esq. John Scudamore, esq.' 

Rich. P. Scudamore, esq* 

3 Thomas P. Symonds, esq. Rich. P. Scudamore, esq. 



« Master of His MajestyS Tennis Court, Groom Porter, and 
Curtitor in the Court of Chancery in Ireland. ^^'^ Died, a new Writ 
orderedi January i6> 1764.— 3 Created a Baronet, May 3, i774"-" 
40Bly Son of the Duke x^ Norfolk \ made his Election for Carlisit^ 
aacw Writ ordered, July 5, 1784. — ^5 A Barrister at Law^^ made 
Steward of the ChUurn Hundreds^ a new Writ ordered, April i785« 
— ^ LieutCHant-Colonel of the HerefordshiriW\\\X\^.-^ Died before 
thia Parliament met, a new Writ ordered, October 21, 1796.— 
^ Sod of the deceased Member.— 9 Died, a new Writ ordex^, Novi 
21, i8oo* 

Pari: 16. Several Electors petitioned against the Earl of Surrey^t 
Klection, and a day was appointed for hearing the same, but on the 
5th of July 1784, the Petitioners requested leave to withdraw X\it 
samei which request the HoUse granted. 



>Died, a new Writissuedi April 1805^ 

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PARLIAMENTARY REOISTEK. 



Par!. 



No. 82- Leomi/itler. 



11 SirC.H. Williams, K.B." 
Chase Price, esq. 

12 Chase Price, esq.' 
Edward Willis, esq.* 
John Carnac, esq.* 

13 Joha Carnac, esq. 
\'h Thomas Hili, esq.'' 

Frederick Cornwall, esq.' 

15 Richard P. Knight, esq. 

16 John Hunter, esq.^ 

17 John Hunter, esq. 

18 John Hunter, esq." 
William Taylor, esq. 



Richard Gorges, esq. 
Jenison Shaftoe, esq. 



John Lord Vr. Bateman.* 
John Lord Vt. Bateraan. 

John Lord Vt. Bateman. 
Penn Asheton Curzon, esq. 
John Sawyer, esq." 
Richard Beckford, esq.'" 
George Aug. Pollen, esq. 



I Wra. Taylor, esq. George Aug. Pollen, esq. 

1 Hon, Charles Kinnaird.' John Lubbock, esq.* 



' Hon. William Lamb.* 
3 Henry Bonham, esq. 



Sir John Lubbock, bt. 



I 



I Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Russia ; died, a new Writ 
ordered, November 20. 1759- — ^ Made Steward of the Chillern Hun- 
dreds ; a new Writ ordered, Mnrch 13, 17(17.— 3 SoHcitor-General 
to His Majesty ; made one of the Puisne Judges of the Court of 
King's Bench ; a new Writ ordered, Jan. 28, 1768.— 4 A Brigadier- 
General in the Service of the East India Company.— 5 Of Ireland ; 
Lord Lieutenant and Castas Rolii/orum of the County of Hereford ; 
a Privy Counsellor, and Master of the Buck Hounds.— A Died, and 
the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of (ihe Crown for a 
new Writ, Septem.ber 177G.— 7 A Captain in the Navy.— S A Di- 
rector of the Eajt India Company. — 9 Not duly elected. — '° Duly 
elected.—" Made Steward of the Manor of Easl Hendred in the 
County of Bfri J ; a new Writ ordered, Juuc7, 1797. 

Pari. 17. Richard Becifprd, esq. and others petitioned. The 
Chairman of the Committee appointed to try this Election, reported 
to lh« House, that the Committee having determined on a rate which 

entitled 



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117 



entitled the Electors to a Vote, Mr Sawyer* s Counsel said that be 
was instructed not to give the Comtnittee any farther trouble, oh 
which they declared Richard Beckford^ esq. the Petitioner, duly 
elected, and tne Committee also found that neither the Petition nor 
the Opposition made to it, was frivolous or vexatious, March 1791. 

Pari. 18. Robert Biddulph^ esq. petitioned. The Chairman that 
tried this .Elation reported to the House, that the sitting Members 
were duly elected, and that the -Petition was not frivolous or vexa- 
tious,- Decetiiber 12, 1796, 



< Eld^^on of Itord Ktnnatrd 'y succeeded his Father as Lord 
Kinnaird in 1805; a new Writ ordered, January 21, 1806. — ^ Eld- 
est Son of Lord Viscount Me/bourn e.^—S A Banker in London ; cre- 
ated a Baronet, April 5, 1806. 



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Purl. No. S3. Wcobley. 

1 1 Savage Mostyn, esq.* John Craster^ esq. 

Geo. V- Vernon, jun esq. 
;2 W.Henry, M.Titchfield.* Hon. Henry F. Thynne*^ 

William Lynch, esq 

13 Simon Lvfttrell, esq.'* Hon. Henry F. Thynne.* 

Bamber Gascoyn^ csq.^ 

14 Sir Wm. Lynch, k.b.^ John St. Leger Douglas, esq. 
Andrew Bayntun, esq.^ 

)5 Andreyr Bayntun^ (s$q. J. $t. Leger Dowlas* csq.^ 

John Scott, eaq-*** 

J A Captain in the Navy \ a Comptroller of the Navy $ made a Rear- 
Admiral of the Blue ^ made a Commissioner of the Admiralty ^ a 
new Writ ordered^ April 6, 1757, ^^ ^^^ re-cleptc4 ; died, a new 
Writ ordered, December i, 1757.— -* Eldest Son of the Duke of 
Portland, to whose Title he succeeded j a new Writ ordered, June 
i, 1762. — 3 Brother to Viscount Weymouth 5 appointed one of the 
plerks Comptrollers of the Board of Green Cloth ^ a new Writ or* 
dered, December 20, 1762, he was rc-tlected.— 4 Created Lord /m- 
bam of Luttr^Ustown^ in the Kingdom of Ireland^ soon after the Dis-^ 
solution of this Parliament*— 5 Master of His Majesty^s Household \ 
appointed one of the Postmasters-General, a new Writ ordered, Dec« 
9« 1770.—*^ Made a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations \ a «ie«f 
Writ ordered, February 5, 1772, he was re-elected .—p-7 Envoy Ex- 
traordinary at the Court of Turin \ a Privy Connsellor aiid K. B* \ 
"niade Steward of the Chiiterr^ Hundreds in the County of Bucks ^ a 
pew Writ ordered, ^^789- — ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, 

June 6, 1783. — 9 Eldest Son of Sir Edward Bay nit/n, bart.— ?9 One 
of His Majesty's Counsellors at L^w. 



Part. No. 83. Weobley continued. 

16 Andrew Bayntim, esq." John Scott, esq/^ 
Hon. Thomas Thynne/^ 

17 Thomas Vt, Weymouth.'* Sir John Scott, kt.'* 
Lord Geotge Thynne/^ 

18 Lord George Thynne.'^ Lord John Thynne,"^ 

Imgo F. Thomas, esq.'^ 
Sir Charles H. Talbot, bt. 



1 Lord George Thyime." Sir Charles H. Talbot, bt. . 

2 Lord George Thynne.^ Robert Steele, esq.* 

3 Lord George Thynne. Robert Steele, esq. 



« Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of 
iuehinghgm^ a new Writ ordered, 17^6.-^' Made iCing^s 

CQunsel ; made Solicitor-General to His Majesty, and knighted \ % 
new Writ ordered, June 13, 1788, he was re-elected. — *3 Eldest Son 
of Lord Visconnt Weymouth^ but his Lordship being created Marquis 
xiButb^ August iS, 1788, Mr Thynne was from that time stiled 
Viscount Weymouth, -"M Made his Election for Batb.--»^S Made At- 
torney-General to His Majesty j a new Writ ordered, February 13, 
175^3, he was re-elected.—'^ Second Son of the Marquis of Batb."-^ 
17 TUrd Son of the Marquis of Both / made Steward of the three 
CbUtern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ^ a new Writ order* 
ed, December 27, 1796, he was chosen afterwards for the City of 
B0A&.— -iS Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds ; a new 
Writ ordered, March 25, 1800. — '9 Made li Commissioner of the 
Treasury \ a new Writ ordered, March i6| 1801, he was re-elected. 



' Brother to the Marquis oi Bath ; made Comptroller of the Hous- 
hold; a new Writ ordered, May 1804, he was re-elected. — « A 
Welsh Judge j a Master in Chancery. — 3 Appointed Comptroller of 
His Majesty ^s Household } a new Writ ordered, July 1804. 



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Pari. No. 84. Hertfordshire. " 

.. * ■ - ' * ■ , 
Jl PaggenHale; esq.' Charles Goif^ii^* 

William Plumi^r, esq. . / 

i2 Thos.PluifferByde, esq Ja^cob Hbublbiij'^q, /' 

1 3 William Plumer, esq. Thoma^ Halsey, esqi. ' 



14 William Plumer, esq. 
1^ William Plumer, esq. 

1 6 Williami Pluiiier, esq. 

17 William Plumer, esq. 
1^ William Plumer, esq. 

I William Plumer, esq. 
• 2 William Plumer, esq. 

3 William Plumer, esq. 



Thomas Halsey,» eSq. 
Thomas Halsey, esq. 
James Vise. Grimstone.* 
William Baker, esq. 
William Baker, esql 



William Baker, esq. 
Hon. Penniston Lamb/ 
"William Baker, esq. 
William Baker, esq. 



I Died, anew Writ ordered, April ji, 'i755«— ? Oi\ht Kingdonv 
of Ireland, Ofi the Dissolution of this Parliament he was create4 
^aion Verulam of Gorhambury in f he pounty of Hereford. ' 



< Eldest Son of Lord Viscount Melbourne ; died, a new Writ os- 
deredy April 1805. * / . 



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Pari No. 85. St^AWan's. 

on. James Grimstbne.' James West, esq.* ' "^ 
l^G.SimoniL'.Vt.Nuneham. James West, esq. , 

13 RichaKd Sutton, esq.^ John 'RadcUffe,/ esq. ' 

14 Sir Richatd Sirtton, bt.'. John Radcliffe, esq. 
i5 Wm. CharksSloperjesq. John Radcliffe j esq.* 

James' 1^4. Vr. Grifnstpne.^^ 
.^ Wrfi.^Chas. Skil^i' ijsq, ^ - 

17 Hon.'Ri^hard Bingham. ^jrJbhw'Cilvert, esq.* 

18 RichardXd. Binghani.';^ Thos! S. D: Bucfcnall, esq; 
WilliMnStep.Poym2,esq.l - • - ; ^. 



i6 Hoit Wm Grimston 



1 Wm. Steph. Pbyntz, esq. fhos.S.Ih Butkpalli^^e^^^ 

2 Wm. Step.Poyntz, esq. kon. James W.Grimstcme.* 

3 Wm.^tep. Poyntz, esq. Hon. James W. Grimstorte. 



' Eldest Son of Loxd Viscount Gpmstone of the Kingdom of Jre^ 
]bfi4/, to whose Title he succeeded in December 1770* — ^ Joint Se- 
cretary to the Treasury.— 3 Under Secretary to the Earl oi Sbelburncy 
one of His Majesty's Principial Secretaries of State, and Counsel to 
the Board of Ordnance ; created a Baronet, September 25, 1772.—- 
4 Died, anew Writ ordered, December 22, 1783.— 5 0f /r^/ff/i</.— 
^ brother to Viscount Grimstone.^^1 Only Son of Lord Lucan of fr^- 
land^ but his Lordship being created Earl of Lucan in that Kingdom, 
February 5, 1795, Mr Bingham was from that time stiled Lord 
Bingham, — ^ Secretary to the Lord Chamberl^n of His Majesty's 
Houshold.—P Succeeded his Father as Earl oi Lucan in Ireland^ in 
April 1799 J made Steward of the three Chi Item Hundreds^ a new 
^lit ordered, June 17, 1800. 



f Eldest Son of Lord Viscount Grimston^. 



1-AK.LlAUENTAIt.Y REOISTEU.. 



Pari. 



No. 86. Hertford Town. 



1 1 Nathaniel Brassey, esq. 

12 John Calvert, esq. 

13 John Calvert, esq. 



George Harrison, esq.' 
George Ld.Vt. Ford wich^^L 

Timothy Caswell, esq. : 

William Cowper, esq.' . i 

Paul Feilde, esq.* .■ \ . 
Paul Helde, esq. 

William Baker, esq. , | 



14 John Calvert, esq. 

15 Thomas Dimsdale, esq. 

1 6 T.(Baron)Dimsdale, esq. John Calvert, esq. 

17 N.(_Baron)Dimsdale, esq. John Calvert, esq. 
IS N. (Baron) Dimsdale, esq. John Calvert, esq. 



1 N. (Baron) Dimsdale.' John Calvert, esq. 

2 Hon. Edw- S. Cowper.* Nicolson Calvert, esq. 

3 Hon. £dw. S. Cowper. Nicolson Calvert, esq. 

I Died, a new Writ ordered, December 6, 1759.— 3 Son to Earl 
Cowper, afterwards Earl Co-wper. — 3 Died, 2 new Writ ordered, 
January 10, 1770. — 1 One of the Judges in the Sheriffs oi Lonjoti't 
Court.— i A Baron of the Ruuian Empire. 



' A Baron of the Raitian Empire,^* Biotlier to Earl Coiufier 



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pari No. 87. Huntingdonshire. 

11 John Loi^d Carysfort.* Coulson Fellowes, esq. 

12 John Ld. Carysfort, k.b.^ Geo. Ld. Vt. Mandeville.* 

Lord Chas. G. Montagu.* 
Rolx^rt Bernard, esq.* 
IS Peter Earl Ludlow.* John Ld. Vt.Hinchingbroke.^ 

14 Peter JEarkLaaW.J^^^? Johtf Ld;'Vt;'Ifincfeingbrok0. 

15 Peter S^rt-kLiliSdiow.*^'^*^ JohtfLd.Vt^Hincbmgbroke,^ * 

16 Peter EtrhLtidfe^, * JoliriLd. Vt Hipchi^broke. 

17 Peter Eari LudtoW. '^[ JohnLd. Vt.Hinchingbroke.'* 

^ -'^ '^} liviAc^ot drown, esq." 

' Geo. Vt. Hinchingbroke.** 

18 Lord Fred. Montagu.'^ ■ Geo. Vt* Hinchingbroke. 



1 Greo. Vt. Hinchiogbroke^^ Lord Frederick Montagu.* 

2 Geo.VL Hmchbgbroke, Lord Fred^ridc Moniagu. 

3 Geo.Vt* Hinchmgbrokje. Jdm, I^rd Proby.^ 

^ -_- ; ^_ -* 

' Oi Ireland^ a Commissioner of the Admiralty; a new Writ or- 
iiered» April 6, 1757» he was re elected.— ^ Eldest 56n lathe Duke 
Q^i Manchester, to whose Titlff 4ie succeeded, a ftevT- Wrtt ordered. 
May 20, i76-2.<^3 Made I^.- B^ in 1761 ^ made a G)mmissioQer of 
the Admiralty^; a new Writ ordered, December 20, 1762, he was 
|re- elected. — 4 Oivly Brother te^th* Duke of Mimcbester ; appointed 
Governor of South Carolina \ a new Writ ordeted, December 20, 
1765.— 5 Eldest Son of Sir John BtrnarJ^ bait, to whose Title he 
fmcGceded in •— ^ Of Ireland. — 7 Eldest Son of the Earl of 
Sandwich^ appointed Vice 'Chamberlain to His Majesty j anew 
Writ ordered, February 6,- 1771, he was re-elected.— ^ Made Comp^^ 
troUer of His Majesty's Houshold ^ a new Writ ordered, April io, 
1782, he was re-elected. — 9 JVI^de Master of the Buck Hoynds \ a 
new Writ prdered,*May 14, 1783, he was re-elected.— ^° Succeeded 
his Father as Earl oi Safidwichj anew Writ ordered, April 1792.-^ 
}^ Made Steward of the three Chihern Hundreds in the CouYity of 
Buckin^bam^ a new Writ ordered, May 1794.— i* Eldes^ 

Son of the Earl of Sandwich.^^^3 Brother to the Duke of Mancbes" 
ter'y a Lieutenant in- the Foot Guards; made Major of a Regi. 
ment of Foot $ made Lieutenant-Colonel to a Regiment of Foot In 
July 1797. 

'Only- 



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'Ooly Son of the Earl oi Sant/wic/j.—^ Bsathet to the Duke of 
Matcbeiler, and Lieutenant-Colonel in the Afmy. — 3 Eldest Son to 
the E»r) of Carysfart j a Lieutenant- Colonel in the Army. 



VnrL No. 88. Hunthigdon Toivn. 

■!■£«' 

1 1 Edward Montagu, esq. Robert Jones^ esq.' , ^j 

12 Edward Montagu, esq. Robert Jones, esq. -j 

13 Henry Seymour, esq.* Robert Jones, esq.* [ 

Hon. Wm. A. Montagu.* [ 

14 George Wombwell, esq.^ Hon. Wm. A. Montagu.'' 

C. John, Lord Mulgrave.' 
1 .5 Sir G. "Wombwell, bt. ' C. John, Lord Muigrave. 

Sir Hugh Palliser, bt,' 
i6 Sir W. Rawlington, kt. Launcelot Brown, esq." 
John Willet Payne, esq.'* 
17 Hon. John G. Montagu." John Willet Payne, esq.''- 

15 W. H. Fellows, jun. esq- John Calvert, jun. esq. 



1 W. H. Fellows, esq. John Calvert, jun. esq. 

2 W. H. Fellows, esq. John Calvert, jun. esq. 

3 W. H. Fellows, esq. John Calvert, jun. esq. 

> A Merchant In London, and an Elder Brother of the Trinity 
House— ^nied, a new Writ oidered. Feb. 5, r774.— 3A Groom 
of the Bedchamber to His Majesty.— 4 Second Son of ti:e Earl of 
Sandwici. — 5 A Director of the East India Company, and a Mer- 
chant in London ; created a Baronet, July 25, 1778. — *Died, anew 
Writ ordered, January 1776- — 7 Of the Kingdom of /rf/aW; a Cap. 
Iain in the Navy ; made a Commissioner of the_Admirahy ; a new 
Writ ordered, December 12, 1777, he was re-elected. — ^ Died, a 
new Writ ordered. November 1780.— 9 Vice-AdmLralof the White ; 
Governor of Scarborough Castle, and Master of Greenwich Hospital. 
— " Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of 
Bueiingbam; a new Writ ordered, 1787.—" A Capuin 

in the Navy. — " Eldest Son of Vise. Hinchingbrokc, and Grandson 
of thcEarl ofi'fl/i(/'U7«'fi; died, a new Writ ordered, December 1 1, 
1790.—'-! Secretary to the Prince of Waies, and Auditoc of the Duchy 
oi Cortiu-all. 



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1^ 



|V 



Pari. • No. 89. Kent. 

11 Hon. Lewis M. Watson," Hon. Robert Fairfax.* 
Sir Wynd. Knatchbull, bt. 

12 Sir W. K. Wyndham, bt.* Hon. Robert Fairfax* 
Sir Brook Bridges, * bt. 

13 Sir Brook Bridges, bt. John Fred. Sackville, esq.^ 

Sir Charles Famaby, bt. 

14 Hon. Charles Marsham.* Thomas Knight, jun. esq^ 

15 Hon. Charles Marsham. Filmer Honywooa, esq. 
i6 Hon. Charles Marsham. Filmer Honywood, esq. 

17 Sir Edw. Knatchbull, bt. Filmer Honywood, esq. 

18 Sir Edw. Knatchbull, bt. Sir William Geary, bt. 



1 Sir Edw. Knatchbull, bt. Sir William Geary, bt. 

2 Filmer Honywood, esq. Sir William Geary, bt. 
8 William Honywood, esq. Sir Edw. Knatchbull, bt. 



' Brother to Lord Monson ; one of the Auditors of the Imprest ; 
ailed up to the House of Lords by the Title of fiaron Sondes of Lees 
urt ID the County of Kent ; a new Writ ordered, May 22, 1760. 
* Brother to Lord Fairfax .of Cameron in Scotland^ afterwards 
ord Ftfw^^A:.— 3 Died, a new Writ ordered, November 15, 1763. 
Son to Lord John Philip Sackville \ succeeded his Uncle as Duke 
^i Dorset' \ a new Writ ordered, January 31, 1769.— S. Eldest Son 
^0 Lord Romney^ now Earl of Romney, 

' Pari. 18. Filmer Honywood, ts(\. and several of the Electors peti- 
tioned tf^inst Sir Wm. Geary'* s Election. On the 5th of May 1797, 
'^he Chairman of the Committee that tried this Election, reported to 
^he House, that Sir William Geary, bart. was duly elected, and that 
"^c Petition was not frivolous nor vexatious. 



r 

■ Pari 

■ 1 1 Sir 



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.90. 



Pari N 

1 1 Sir James Creed, kt.' 

12 Richard Milles, esq. 

13 Richard Milles, esq. 

14 Richard Milles, esq. 

15 George Gipps, esq,* 

1 6 George Gipps, esq. 

17 George Gipps, esq. 

18 John Baker, esq.' 
John Baker, esq.* 
George Gipps, esq.' 
Hon. George Watson." 



Ctmterburij. 

Matthew Rob. Morris, esq. 
Thomas Best, esq. 
William Lynch, esq.* 
Sir William Mayne, bt.' 
Charles Robinson, esq.* 
Charles Robinson, esq." 
Sir John Honywood, bt. 
Samuel EliasSawbridge, esq.' 
Samuel EliasSawbrtdge, esq." 
Sir John Honywood, bt." 



1 Hon. George Watson." Sir John Honywood, bt. 

2 Hon. George Watson. John Baker, esq. 

3 James Simmons, esq.* John Baker, esq. 
Samuel E. Sawbridge, esq. 

' A Merchant in Landon, and a Director of the East India Com- 
paoy. — i Made K. B, and appointed Minister to the Court of Turin. 
—3 Created Baron Ne-whaven of Cartickmayne in the Kingdom of 
Ireland, September a, 1776. — 4 An Alderman of the City of Can' 
tcrbury.—S A Barrister at Law, and Recorder of the City of Can- 
Urhttry. — * Recorder of Deal, Dover, Hyihc, and Ntw Romney, ind 
Steward of Fordwich. — 7 7 Their Election having been declared 
void, a new Writ ordered February 1797, they were again elected. 
__8 B Not duly elected. — 9 9 Duly elected, and ought to have been 
returned ■, died, h new Writ oidered, February 18, 1800.—^ Bro- 
ther to Lord Sondes. 

■ Pari. 16. John Trotter, esq. "James Winch, and some other Voters 

B petitioned. 

I , Pari, i8, George Gipps, esq. and Sir John Honywood, bart. peti- 

■ tioned. 

\ 

L 



I Brother to Lord 5»W«/.— ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, Feb. s, 



1807. 



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Pari No. 91. Rochester. 

11 Hon. John Byng ' Nicholas Haddock, esq. 
Isaac Townshend, esq.* 

12 Isaac Townshendy esq.' Thomas Ld. Vt. Parker.* 
Grey Cooper, esq.* Sir Charles Hardy, kt.* 

IS John Calcraft, esq.® William Gordon, esq.^ 

George F. Hatton, esq-^ Thomas Pye, esq.** 
14 George F. Hatton, esq. Robert Gregory, esq." 
Is George F. Hatton, esq. Robert Gregory, esq. 
iGSirCnas. MiddIeton,bt.'* Nathaniel Smith, esq;.' 

17 Sir Rich. Bickerton, bt.'* George Best, esq. 
Nathaniel Smith, esq.** 
Sir Richard King, bt."^ 

18 Sir Richard King, bt. Hon. Henry Tufton.*^ 

1 Sir Richard King, bt." Hon. Henry Tufton.* 

2 Sir Sidney Smith, kt.^ James Hulkes, esq. 

3 John Calcraft, esq. James Bamet, esq. 



3 



'Uncle of Lord Viscount Torrington'y Admiral of the Blue ^ 
^ied, a new Writ ordered, March 22, 1757. — * Admiral of the 
X^Hiite, and Master of Greenwich Hospital^ and an £lder Brother of 
'^le Trinity Hou8e.r-3 Died, a new Writ ordered, December 7, 1765. 
Eldest Son of the Earl of Macclesfield^ whom he succeeded, a 
Writ ordered, March 19, 1764. — 5 Joint Secretary to the Trea- 
sury .—« Vice- Admiral of the White.— 7 Made Steward of the Cbil- 
*^ni Hundreds \ a new Writ ordered, March 4, 177 1.— 8 Died dur- 
ing the Reqesft between the 5th and 6th Sessions of Parliament, and 
^he Speaker i&sued his Warrant for a new Writ to the Clerk of the 
^rown, 1772.— 9 Nephew to the Earl of Winch elsea.^^ 

^^o Vice- Admiral of the Red.—^** A Director of the East India Com- 
"^any.— w Captain in the Royal Navy, and Comptroller of the Navy j 
^made- Rear- Admiral of the White, September 24, 1786. — '3 Chair- 
'^nanof the Directors of the Zast India Company.— '4 Rear-Admiral 
^fthe Red, and a Director of Greenwich Hospital \ died, a new Writ 
^ordered, February 25, 1792.— ^5 A Director of the East India Com- 
pany; died, a new Writ ordered, May 7, 1 794,-^*^ Vice-Admiral 
^f the Whiter^'? Brother to the Earl of Jbanet. 

' Admiral 




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' -Admiral of the White. — = Bi 
Captain in the Navy ; made Col 
made a Rear- Admiral, Novembe: 



er (o the Earl of IhaHet.—iK 

1 df Marines, April 33, 1804 j 

1805. 

Pari. 3. Several of the Electors petitioned against Mr Barnet''s 

The Cominittee found Mt Barna dnlj elcfled, Feb. 1807. 



1 1 Hencage, Ld. Guernsey." 
Saville Finch, esq.* 

12 Rose Fuller, esq. 

13 Hon. Chas. Marsham.^ 

14 Heneage, Ld. Guernsey.' 
Hon. Charles Finch.' 

15 Clement Taylor, esq. 

16 Ger, N, Edwards, esq.^ 
Matthew Bloxam, esq. 

17 Matthew Bloxam, esq. 

18 Matthew Bloxam, esq. 



Afaidstone. 

Gabriel Hanger, esq. 

William Northey, esq.' 
Robert Gregory, esq.* 
Sir Horace Mann, kt. 

Sir Horace Mann, kt. 
Clement Taylor, esq. 

Clement Taylor, esq. 
Oliver de Lancey, esq." 



1 Sir Matt. Bloxam, kt.' Oliver de Lancey, «Eq.* 

2 Sir Matt, Bloxam, kt. John Hodson Durand, esq. 

3 George Longman, esq. George Simpson, esq. 



' Eldest Son of the Earl of Ayfeibury, to whose Title he succeed- 
ed ; a new Writ ordered, December I. 1757.—' Cousin to the Earl 
oi AyUfford.—i A Groom of His Majesty's Bedchamber.— 4 Eldest 
Son of Lord Romney. — S A Director of the Eait India Company. — 
fi Eldest Son of the Earl o^ Ay/eiford, to whose Title he succeeded ; 
a new Writ ordered, May 9, 1777, — 7 Next Brotherto the Earl of 
Ayksford', before in this Parliament for Cante Rising.—^ Nephew 
to the Earl of Coiniborougb ; made Steward of the three Cbillern 
Hundreds, m x'he Co<miy ui Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, July 
1788, he was elected for the County of Eul/aud.S A Major- Gene- 
ral ; Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons, end ii arrack ntaster- Gene- 
ral ofSouib Britain. 

Pari. 18. The Mayor and some of the Freemen (in the interest of 
Christopher Hull, esq.) pclit-oned against the Election of Oliver de 
Lancey, ei^. On the ijtb of May the Chairman of the Comroitite 

that 




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ttiat tried this contested Election, reported to the House, that Oliver 
de Lancey^ esq. was duly elected, ahd that the petition nor th6 Op* 
position made to it was not frivolous or vexatious* 



* An Alderman and Banker in London.— ^ A Lieutenant-6eneral ^ 
Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoon^, and Barrackmaster-General 
of Great BritaUk^ 

Pari. 3* petitioned. 

Pafl. 3. Sir Matthew Utoxam and some of the Voters, petitioned 
the House 'against the £lectioii 'of G^or^^ Longman and George Simfi* 
ion^ tiqn. bilt the CommitUe found the sitting Members duly 
elected^ February 1807. 



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Part. No. 93. 2itecnhoro7ti;li. 

11 Sir Piercy Brett, kt.' Charles Frederick, esq.* 

12 Sir Piercy Brett, kt.' Sir Charles Frederick, k.B. 
.1 3 Sir Piercy Brett, kt. Sir Charles Frederick, k.b. 

14 Sir W. Rawlinson, kt * Sir Charles Frederick, K..B; 

15 Sir W. RawHnson, kt. Sir Charles Frederick, k.b* 

16 George Biwyer, esq.^ John Aldridge, esq.* 

17 Richard Hopkins, esq.' Gibbs Crawfurd, esq.' 

Augustus Rogers, esq.' 
John Sargent, jun. esq." 

18 EvanNepean, esq." John Sargent, jun. esq. 



1 Evan Nepean, esq.' John Sargent, esq." 

2 John Princep, esq.' George Peter Moore, esq.* 

Sir Samuel Romilly, kt.* 

3 WilliaraFrankland, esq,* Sir Samuel Romilly, kt. 



» A Captain in tlie Navy.— » Surveyor- General of the Ordnance, 
and Comptroller of the Laboratory at Wooluiieh ; made a K.B. in 
1761, — 3 An Eldcc Brother of ttie Trinity House ; made Rear-Ad- 
miral of the Red in 1762 ; made a Cotnmissiotier of the Admiraliy ; 
a new Writ ordered, December 3, 1766, he was re-elected. — 4 An 
Alderman of the City of London. — 5 A Captain in the Navy ; made 
a Colonel of Marines in October 1786.—" Storekeeper of the Ord- 
nance, — 7 A Commissioner of tlie Admiraliy ; made a Commissioner 
of the Treasuiy ; a new Writ ordered, June 8, 1791, he was re- 
elected.— S Clerk of (he Ordnance ; died, and the Speaker issued his 
Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, Nov, 
26, 1793. — 9 Secretary to the Board of Ordnance ; made Steward of 
the Manor of Eail Hendred in the County of Berks -, a new Writ 
ordered, February 7, 1794' — '° Clerk of the Ordnance ; in this Par- 
liament before for Seaford.—''- Secretary to the Admiralty; 



" Secretary to the Admiralty, — * An Alderman and Merchant in 
London. — 3 His Majesty's Solicitor. General — 4 Made Steward of 
the three Chiltern Hundreds in Ettcis; a new Writ ordered, "March 
13, >8o6,— J One •£ the Lords Commisfiottcrs of the Admicalty. 



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131 



Pari 



No. 94. Lancashire. 



1 1 J- Smith, Ld. Strange." 

12 J. Smith, Ld Strange, 

13 J. Smith, Ld. Strange.* 
Richard, L.V.Molyneux.* 

14 E. Smith, Ld. Stanley.^ 
Hon. Thomas Stanley.^ 
Thomas Stanley, esq. 

1 5 Thonfas Stanley, esq. 

1 6 Thomas Stanley, esq. 

17 Thomas Stanley, eSq.* 

18 Thomas Stanley, esq. 



Peter Bold, esq. 
James Shuttleworth, esq* 
Lord Arch. Hamilton.^ 
Sir Thomas Egerton, bt. 
Sir Thomas Egerton, bt. 

Sir Thomas fegerton, bt.^ 
John Blackburn, esq. 
Johu Blackburn, esq. 
John Blackburn, esq. 



1 Thomas Stanley, esq. 

2 Thomas Stanley, esq. 

3 Thomas Stanley, esq. 



' * ■ 

John Blackburn, esq. 
John Blackburn, esq. 
John Blackburn, esq* 



' Only Son of the Earl of Derby ; Lord Lieutenant and Cusiof 
Rotuiorum of this County j appointed Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster \ a new Writ ordered, December 7, 1762, he was re- 
elected.—* Died, a new Writ ordered, June 1771. — 3 Uncle to the. 
Duke of Hamiiton j made Steward of the Manor of East Hem/red in 
the County oi Berks \ a new Writ ordered; January 2r, 1772.— 
4 Of /r^/aW J created Earl of Sefton of the same Kingdom, Nov. 
16, 1771.— SGranSson and Heir of the Earl of Derby, to whose 
Title he succeeded, a new Writ ordered, February 25, 1776.— 
^ Brother to the Earl oi Derby j a Captain of Dragoons 5 made Ma- 
jor of the Liverpool Regiment, and died at Jamaica ; a new Writ 
ordered, January 24, 1780. — 7 Soon after the Dissolution of tliis' 
Parliament, he was created Lord Grey de Wilton in the County of 
Hereford.'^ Colonel of the Lancashire Militia, 



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PARLIAMSNTAK.Y REOISTEKy 



Pari No. Q5. 

1 1 Nicholas Fazakerley, esq. 

J 2 Nich. Fazakerley, esq.' 

. Sir Peter Leicester, bt. 

13 Sir Peter Leicester, bt.* 
John Burgoyne, esq.* 

14 John Burgoyne, esq.' 

1 5 John Burgoyne, esq.* 

16 Rt. Hon. John Burgoyne. 

17 Rt. Hon. J. Burgoyne.' 
William C. Shawe, esq. 

18 Edward Lord Stanley.'* 



Edmund Starkie, esq. 
Edmund Starkie, esq. 

Sir Frank Standish, bt.* 
Sir Henry Hoghton, bt. ' 
Sir Henry Hoghton, bt. 
Sir Henry Hoghton, bt. 
Sir Henry Hoghton, bt. 
Sir Henry Hoghton, bt.' 
Sir H. P. Hoghton, bt.» 
Sir H. P. Hoghton, bt. 



1 Edward Lord Stanley.' 

2 Edward Lord Stanley. 

3 Edward Lord Stanley. 



Sir'H. P. Hoghton, bt. 
John Horrocks, esq.* 
Samuel Horrocks, esq.^ 
Samuel Horrocks, esq. 



■ Died, a new Writ ordered, March 2, 1767. — ' = Found not duly 
elected, November 29, 1768. — 3 Found duly elected, and ought to 
have been returned. — 4 Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons, and Go- 
vernor oi Fori Wiiliam. Made a Major-General, May the 25th, 

1802. 5 Made a Major-General, August the igth, 1777 

' Appointed Coiamander in Chief of the Army in Ireland, April 
iC, 1783, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, June 7, 1782. — 
7 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the 
Crown to n^ake out a new Writ, August 25, 1792. — ^ Died, a new 
Writ ordered, March 16, 1795. — 9 Son of the deceased Member. — 
" Only Son of the Earl of Derby. 

Pari. 13. John Burgoyne, esq. and Sir Henry Hoghton, bart, peti- 
tioned, and the Commitee found them both duly elected, and ought 
to have been returned, November 29, 1768. 

Pad, 15. John Fenton, esq. petitioned against Mr Burgayne's 
Election, but the Committee found John Burgoyne, esq. duly elected, 
April IQ. 1781. 

Pari. 16. Ralph Clayton and Michael jlngslo Taylor, esqr^. peti- 
tioned; renewed the 2d Sessitu On the 22d of April 1785, the 
Cbairman of the Committee a^tiointcd to try the merits of this con- 
tested 



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tested Election^ reported to the House, that they found the sitting 
Members duly elected. 



» Only Son of the Earl of Derby. -^"^ Died, a new Writ ordered, 
March 8, iSo4.-"3 Brother to the late Member. 



ParL No. 96. Lancaster. 

1 1 Francis Reynolds, esq.' Edward Martin, esq. 

George Warren, esq.* 

12 Francis Reynolds, esq. Sir George Warren, k.b. 
IS Francis Reynolds, esq.^ Sir George Warren, k.b. 

Lord Rich. Cavendish.^ 

14 Lord Rich. Cavendish. Sir George Warren^ k.b» 

15 Abraham Rawlinson, esq. Wilson Braddyll, esq. 

16 Abraham Rawlinson, esq. .Francis Reynolds, esq.^ 

Sir George Warren, k.b. 

17 John Dent, esq. Sir George Warren, k.b. 

18 John Dent, esq. Richard Penn, esq. 



1 John Dent, esq. Richard Fenn, esq. 

2 John Dent, esq.' Alexander, M. of Douglas.* 

3 John Dent, esq. John F. Cawthome, esq. 



' Died, a new Writ ordered, December 15, 1758.-—^ Made a K.B. 
in 176 1.-— 3 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk 
of the Crown for a new Writ, August 1770.-4 Next Brother to the 
Duke' of Devonshire, "^S Only Brother to Lord Ducie ; a Captain in 
the Navy ; succeeded his Brother in the Peerage, Sept. 16, 1785. 
The Speaker issued his Warrant to the Cle^k of the Crown to make 
out a new Writ, October 171^5. 

Pari. 16. John Lowther^ esq. petitioned, renewed the 2d and 3d 
Sessions, when on the 1786, the Chairman of the Com- 

mittee appointed to try this contested Election, reported to the 
House, that the sitting Members were duly elected. ' 

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t A BankEi ih LonJon. — > Eldest Son of the Duke of Hamilion j 
Lord Lieutenant of Lanarkshire. 

Pari. 3. A Remonstrance against the Elect'on of John F. Caiu- 



Parl No. 97. Nexutov. 

11 Peter Legh, esq. Randle Wilbraham, esq. 

12 Peter Legh, esq. Randle Wilbraham, esq. 
\3 Peter Legh, esq. Anthony J. Keck, esq. 
34 Robt. V.A. GwilHm, esq. Anthony J. Keck, esq. 

15 Thomas Peter Legh, esq." Thomas Davenport, esq.* 

16 William Peter Legh, esq. Sir Tho. Davenport, kt.' 

Thomas Brooke, esq. 
37 WilliamPeterLegh, esq.* Thomas Brooke, esq. 
18 Wilham Peter Legh, esq.^ Thomas Brooke, esq. 

Thomas L. Brooke, esq. "^ 

Peter Patten, esq.' 



J Thomas Brooke, esq. Peter Patten, esq. 

2 Thomas Brooke, esq. Peter Patten, esq. 

3 Thomas Brooke, esq, Peter Heron, esq.' 

' Appointed an Ensign in the Army ; a new Writ ordered. May 
21, 1783, he was re-elected. — ^ King's Counsel; knighted, June 
27, 17H3. — 3 Died, anew Writ ordered, April 1786, — 4 Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel-Cotninandant of the Lancashire Fencible Regiment of 
Liglit Dragoons. — i Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, September 1797.— 
9 Not duly elected, and ought not to have been returned. — 7 Duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned. 

Pari. 18. Peler Fallen, esq. petitioned. 

The Committee that tried this contested Election, having come 
Jo the Resolution, that the Right of Election for the Borough of 
SV^fora in the County ai Lancailcr, is exclusively in the Freemen 
and Burgesses of said Borough, thereupon the sitting Member said 
that he would give the Committee no farther Trouble, and the Chair- 
jnan of the Committee reported to the House, that Peler Fallen, es<i. 
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tlic Petitioner, was duly elected, and ought to have been returned, 
December ii, 1797." 



I Colonel in the Army. 



N'o. 98 

11 Hon. Richard Barry.' 

12 Fletcher Norton, esq.* 

13 George Byng, esq. 

14 George Byng, esq. 



15 Hon. Horace Walpole.' 

16 Orlando Bridgman, esq. 

17 Orlando Bridgman, esq. 
IS Hon. Orl. Bridgman." 

Geo. W. Gunning, esq.' 



, bt. 



IVigan. 

Sir William Meredith, 
Simon Luttrell, esq. 
Beaumont Hotham, esq.' 
Beaumont Hotham, esq.* 
John Morton, esq.^ 
Henry S. Bridgman, esq." 
Henry S. Bridgman, esq.' 
John Cotes, esq. 
' John Cotes, esq.'" 
John Cotes, esq. 
John Cotes, esq. 



1 John Cotes, esq. George W. Gunning, esq. 

2 Robert Holt Leigh, esq. John Hodson, esq. 

3 Robert Holt Leigh, esq. John Hodson, esq. 



' Uncle to the Earl of Barrymore ; 3 Master and Conim»nder in 
the Navy,— I Made Solicitor-General tn His Majesty; a new Writ 
ordered, January 25, 1762, he was re-elected; made Attorney- 
Genera! to His Majesty, and knighted j a new Writ ordered, Dec. 
16, 1763, he was re-elected. — 3 Son to Sit Beaumont Halham, bart. 
^-4 Made a Baron of the Court of Exchequer ; a ucw Writ ordered. 

May 1775 S Chief Justice of Chester; Attorney-General to the 

CJueen, and Deputy High Steward of 0:c/Dr(/j died, and the Speaker 
issued his Warrant for a new Writ to tlie Clerk of the Crown, Aug, 
as, 1780.— fi Eldest Son of Sir Henry Bridgman, bart.— 7 Eldest 
Son of Lord Walpole ; appointed Secretary and Register to the 
Royal Hospital at Cbe/iea; a new Writ ordered. April 34, 1783, 
he was rc-elected.^S Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant for 
K4 a 



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f PARLIAMENTARY RIGISTSH. 



■ new Writ to the Clerk of the Ctown, August 25, 1781.— s EJdert 
Son of Sir Henry Briiigmart, burl, wlio on the i^th of August 1794, 
was created Baron Bradford of BraJfard, in the' County of Sa/ofi.~~ 
"O Son in-law to the Earl of Slamjora. — i" Succeeded his Father a^ 
tord Bradford; a new Writ ordered, June J3, 1806.— '» Son of Sir 
Robert Gunning, bart. 



Pqrl. No. 99. Ch'ffiero, 

1 1 Thqmas Lister, esq. Asheton Curzon, esq. 

13 Thomas Lister, esq.' Ashetoii Curzon, esq.* 

Nathaniel Lister^ esq. 

13 Nathaniel Lister, esq.' Asheton Curzon, esq. 
Thomas Lister, esq. 

14 Thomas Lister, esq. Asheton Curzon, esq, 

15 Thomap Lister, esq. John Parker, esq.* 

John Lee, esq.^ 

16 Thomas Lister, esq. Jofin Lee, esq.* 

J 7 Penn Ash. Curzon, esq.' Sir John Aubrey, bt. 

Asheton Curzon, esq.^ 

R. E D. Grosvenor, esq, 
}8 LordE. C. C. Benlinck.^ Hon. Robert Curzon.'" 



I Lord E. C. C. Bentinck.' Hon. Robert Curzon.* 
Q Hon. JohnCust.* Hon. Robert Curzon. 

S Hon. John Cust. Hon. Robert Curzon. 



' Died, a new Writ ordere:^, December 10, 1761.— ' Brother to 
I,ordScjrj</fl/f.— 3 Made Steward of the Manor of Eaii Hendrtid, 
in the County oi Berh ; a new Writ ordered, April 5, 1773- — 
4 Made Steward of the Manor of £flj( Hendred in the County of 
Si'rij, a new Writ ordered, April 12, 1782.— 5 Solicitor-General 
to the fCing j again appointed to the same Office ; a new Writ or- 
dered, April 14, 1783: he was re-elected ; made Attorney-General 
to His Majesty ; a new Writ ordered, November 17, 178^, he wns 
te-eJected.— ? One 'of Hi* Majesty's Counsellors at Law.— 7 Made 
Steward of the fi/Z/frn Ihndiedi in ihe County of BucHngham , 
he was chosen for the County of Leicesier. — ^ Father of the late 
Member; created August 1^, 1-94, Jaron Carzan oiFenn, in the 
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I3t 



County of BucHngbam, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, September 6^ 1^94,-^ 
9 Brother to the Duke of Fortland.'^^^ Son of Vise. Citr%on. 

Pari. 15. j^sbeton Cur%on^ esq. petitioned. The Chairman of the 
Committee appointed to try thi< Election, reported to the House^ 
fthat the sitting Members were duly elected, March 26, 1781. 



« Brother to the Duke oi Port land, •^'^ Son of Viscount Cur%on,'-^ 
3 Eldest Son of Lord Brown/ow. 



E&C 



ParL 



1 1 John Hardman, esq.' 
Elfis CunliflFe, esq.^ 

12 Sir Ellis Cunliffe, bt.« 
Richard Pennant, esq. 

IS Richard Pennant, esq. 

14 Richard Pennant, esq.^ 

15 B. Gascoyne, jun. esq. 

16 6. Gascoyne, jun. esq. 

1 7 Ijamber Gascoyne, esq. 

1 8 Isaac Gascoyne, esq. 



No. 100. Liverpool. 

Thomas Salusbury, esq.* 

Charles Pole, esq. 

Sir Wm. Meredith, bt/ 



Sir Wm. Meredith, bt.^ 
Rt.H. Sir W.Meredith, bt. 
Henry Rawijnspn, esq. 
Richard Lord Pehryn. 
Banastre Tarleton, esq.* 
Banastre Tarleton, esq. 



1 Isaac Gascoyne, esq.* 

2 Isaac Gascoyne, esq.^ 
S Isaac Gascoyne, esq. 



Banastre Tarleton, esq.' 
Banastre Tarleton, esq. 
William Roscoe, esq. 



'Died, a new Writ ordered, December 11, 1755 -r^Dicd, a n^w 
Writ ordered, March I2, 1756.-— 3 Created a Baronet, March 24, 
1759.-^ Made a Commissioner of the Admiralty ; a new Writ or- 
dered, December 17, 1765, he was re-elected.— S Died, a new. Writ 
ordered, November 24, 1767. — ^ Appointed Comptroller of the 
Household, and sworn a Member of the Privy Council j a new Writ 
ordered, March 1774, he was re elected.— -7 Created Lord ^eeryn 
of the Kingdom of /r^/tfW, November 19, 1783.— ^ A Colonel in the 
i^rmy, made a Major General Sept. 4, 1794. 



Pari. 1 6. • Banfstre Tarletotiy esq. petitioned! 



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' A Lieutenant-General, and Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons- 
—I A Major-General, and Lieutenant-Colonel of a Regiment of 
Foot ; appointed Colonrl of a Regiment of Foot. 



11 Sir Thomas Pslmer, bt. Edward Smith, esq.' 

12 Sir Thomas Palmer, bt. Llward Smith, esq." 

Sir Ihonias Cave, bt. 
IS Sir John Ptilmer, bt. Sir Thomas Cave, bt. 

14 Sir John Pahner, bt. Hon. Thomas Noel.* 

John Peach Hungerford, esq. 

1 5 William Pochin, esq. John Peach Htmgerford, esq. 
i6 William Pochin, esq. John Peach Hungerford, esq, 

1 7 William Pochin, esq-' Sir Thomas Cave, bt.' 

Penn Ash. Curzon, esq* 

18 William Pochin, esq Hon. Penn A. Curzon." 

Sir Edm. C. Hartopp, bt. George Anth. L- Keck, esq. 

J George A. L. Keck, esq. Sir Fdm. C. Hartopp, bt. 

2 George A. L. Keck, esq. Sir Edm. C. Hartopp) bt. 

3 Gttorge A. L. Keck, esq. Lord Robert Manners.' 

'Died, anew Writ ordered, February 2j, 176a. — 'Succeeded 
Lis Father as Lord Viscount Weulworib, a new Writ ordered, Dec. 
20, 1774.— * Died, a new Writ ordered, February I, 1792. — 4 In 
this Parliament before for Clilheroe. — 5 Lieutenant-Colonel of I he 
Leicesler shire Regiment of Militia.—* Died, and the Speaker gave 
Notice in ihe Lone/on Gamelle, September 1797, that he would at 
the end of fourteen Days from that date, issue his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ.— 7 Died during the re- 
cess of Parliament, and llie Speaker issued his Warrant to the Cleik 
of the Crown for a new Writ, Oct. J708. 



^Brotherlo thcDukeof £ff//fl/;</j a Captain of Dragoons, 



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Pari. No. 162. Leicester Town. 

11 George Wright, esq. James Wigley, esq. 

12 George Wright, esq.* James Wigley, esq.* 
Anthony J. Keck, esq. John Darker, esq.^ 

13 Hon. Booth Grey.* Eyre Coote, esq.* 

14 Hon. Booth Grey.- John Darker, esq. 

15 Hon. Booth Grey. John Darker, esq.* 

Shuckburgh Ashby, esq. 

1 6 John Macnamara, esq. Charles Loraine Smith, esq. 

17 Thomas B. Parkins, esq.^ Samuel Smith, esq. 

18 T. Boothby,Li Rancliff.^ Samuel Smith, esq. 
Thomas Babington, esq. 

1 Thomas Babington, esq. Samuel Sn)ith, esq.' 

2 Thomas Babington, esq. Samuel Smith, esq 
S Thomas Babington, esq. Samuel Smith, esq. 

* Died, anew Writ ordered, December 17, 1765.—* Died, anew 
Writ ordered, January 20, 17664— 3 Treasurer to St Bartholomew's 
Hosfntal.'^^ Brother to the Earl of Stamford. ^^S Colonel of a Regi- 
ment of Foot J made a K. B. — ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, February 
1784.— 7 Eldest Son of Sir 7bomas ParkynSy bart. j an Officer in the 
Army 5 made a LieXitenant- Colonel in the Army, and Lieutenant- 
Colonel-Commandant of the Regiment of Leicestershire Fencibles ; - 
a new Writ ordered, February 1795, he was re-elected. In October 
1795, he was created Lord Rancirjffe oi Ireland. — 8 Died, a new Writ 
ordered^ November 21, 1800. 



I A Banker in London,--''^ Elected also for Midburst, made his 
choice for Leicester. 



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Pari. No. 103. Lincobjshirc. 

Thomas Whichcot, 
Thomas Whichcot, 
Thomas Whichcot, 
Charles A, Pelhara, 



1 1 Robert Vyner, esq. 

12 Lord Brownlow Bertie. 

13 Lord Brownlow Bertie. 

14 Lord Brownlow Bei tie. 
Sir John Thorold, bt. 

15Sir JohnThorold, bt. 
i6 Sir John Thorold, bt. 
J 7 Sir John Thorold, bt. 



esq. 
esq. 



Charles A. Pelham, 
Charles A. Pelham, 
Charles A. Pelham, 
Robert Vyner, jun. 
18 Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bt. Robert Vyner, jun. 



esq.' 
esq. 



1 Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bt. Robert Vyner, jun. esq. 

2 Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bt. Charles Chaplin, esq. 

3 Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bt. Charles Chaplin, esq. 



J Brother to the Duke of jincasier and Kesicven. — ^ Succeeded Iiis 
Nephew as Duke of jJncaster and Kexleven ; a new Writ ordered, 
NoTtinber a6, 1779 — 3 Created Lord Taiborough oi7arborough, 
in the Counly of Lincoln % the Speaker issued his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, September 1794. 



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ParL No. 104* Lincoln Gift/. 

1 1 Hon. George Monson/ John Chaplin, esq. 

12 Hon. George Monson.* Coningsby Sibthorpe, esq. 
1* Thomas Scroope, esq. . Hon. Const. John Phipps.^ 
14 G. Aug. L. Vt, X^umley-"* Robert Vyner, esq. 

.15 Sir Thomas Clarges, bt.^ Robert Vyner, esq. 
John F. Cawthonie, esq. 

16 John F. Cawthorne, esq. Hon. R. Lumley Savile.* 

17 John F. Cawthome, esq.^ Robert Hobart, esq.^ 
Hon. George Rawdon.' 

18 Hon. George Rawdon^'^ Richard Ellison^ esq. 
Humphry Sibthorpe, esq. 

1 Humphry Sibthorpe, esq. Richard Ellison, esq. 

2 Humphry Sibthorpe, esq. Richard Ellison, esq. 

3 Hon. William Morison-* Richard Ellison, esq. 



' Second Son to Lord Monson ; a Lieutenant in the Foot Guards. 
-.-2 Lieutenant-Colonel-Commandant of a Regiment of Foot.— 
3 Eldest Son to Lord Muigrave of the Kingdom of Ireland \ a Captain 
in the Navy.— 4 Eldest bon of the Earl of Scarborough. — 5 Died, a 
new Writ ordered, January 2X, 1783. — ^ Next Brother to the Earl 
of Scarborough. -^1 Son of the Hon. George Hobart^ next Brother to 
the Earl of Buckinghamshire ; Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of 
Ireland^ and a Privy Counsellor there ^ his Father becoming Earl of 
Buckingham^ September 3, 1793, ^^ ^^^ ^^^"^ ^^^^ ^^^ stiled Lord 
Hobart ; appointed by the East India Company Governor of Fart St 
George or Madras on the coast of Coromandei, — ^ Colonel of the 
Middlesex Westminster Regiment of Militia, Having been tried by 
a Court Martial on a number of Charges, he was by that Court found 
guilty on several of them of Embezzlement and infaihous Behaviour, 
and sentenced to be cashiered and rendered unfit to serve his Majesty 
in any military capacity whatever. On motion, a copy of the Mi* 
t)Utes of the Court Martial were ordered to be laid before the House, 
which being done, the 2d of May was fixed upon for taking them* 
under consideration, and the Speaker ordered to require John Fenton 
CawtbornCf esq. to appear In his place on that day, and make his 
Defence. On the 2d of May he appeared, and the Minutes of the 
Court was read by order. Mr Cawthome rose and made his Defence \ 

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wjiich having Snished, he retired. A Member then rose and maveS, 
that having heard the Trial read, and the Defence made by Colonel 
Ca'wthgrne, he was fully convinced thai he was guilty ; he therefore 
moved that he be expelled the House, pn which a Debate ensued ; a 
Motion was made, as there was no Precedent foe such an Expulsion, 
that the farther consideration of it be put off till that day six weeks ; 
another Member moved an Amendment to the first Motion, in- 
stead of Expulsion, by causing to have it inserted in the Journals, 
that he had been guilty of such and such Crimes. The House divid- 
ed, when there appeared for the Expulsion io8. Noes, I2. Majo- 
Tity, 96. A new Writ was ordered. May 4, 1796. — 9 Brother to 
the Earl of Moira in Ireland-^ a Lieutenant -Colonel in the Army. — 
»° Died, anew Writ ordered, April i, 1800. 

Pari. 12. Thomas Scroope, esq, petitioned, but afterwards requested 
leave to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 



^ Brother to Lord Monson ; a Colonel in the Army, 
ant-Colonel of the 'yfith Regiment of Foot. 



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Farl No. 105. Boston. 

1 1 Lord Robert Berrie.' Charles Amcotts, esq- 

12 Lord Robert Bertie.* John Mitchell, esq,^ 

Charles Amcotts, esq. 
IS Lord Robert Bertie.* Charles Amcotts, esq. 

14 Lord Robert Bertie.* Charles Amcotts, esq.^ 

Humphry Sibthorpe, esq. 

15 Lord Robert Benie.* Humphry Sibthorpe, esq. 
Sir Peter Biirrell, kt.^ 

1 6 Sir Peter Burrell, kt. ^ Dalhousie Watherston, esq; 

17 Sir Peter Burrell, bt.'^ Thomas Fydell, esq. 

18 T. Chas. V. Milsingtoa." Thomas Fydell, esq. 



1 Thomas, Vt. Milsington.' Thomas Fydell, esq. ^ 

2 Wm. A. Maddocks, esq. Thomas Fydell, esq.* 

Thomas Fydell, jun. esq, 

3 Wm. A. Maddocks^ esq. Thomas Fydell, jun. esq. 



' Uocic to the Diifke of ^ncaster and Keitev^n \ n Lord of the . 
Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales ^ and Colonel of a |le^iment of 
Foot.-^^ Made a Lieut.- General -, Lord of the Bedchamber to the 
King ; made Governor of Corke in Ireland m February 176a ; made 
a Major-GcneraL— 3 Died, a new Wiit ordered, Dec. 16, 1766.— 
4 Made Governor of Duncannon Fort in Ireland, --^S Made Colonel o£ 
the 2d Troop of Horse Guards.—^ Died^ a new Writ ordered, April 
^5» ^777*— 7 Made a General of Horse; died, a new Writ ordered, 
March 12, 1782.-^ Husband to the Lady Baroness WUloughhy qI 
' Ereiby^ and Deputy Lord Great Chamberlain of JEif^Am^.-^p Suc- 
ceeded his Uncle as Baronet. • On the Dissolution of this 
Parliament he was created Baron Gwydir of Gwydif in the County 
^i Carnarvon. "^^^ Son of the Earl of Portmore. 



» Son of the Earl of Portmore,^-''* Found by the Committee that 
tried the Petition against his Election, that he was not duly elected ; 
si new Writ ordered, April 6, 1803. Ogle, esq. petitioned 

against the Return made in favour of Thomas Fydell^ jun. esq. re- 
newed Id Session. 

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Par!. 2. A number of the Elector! petitioned sgainst the Return, 
■nd the Committee found that Thomat FyJeli, cjq. was not duly 

elected. 



Pari. iVo. 106. Great Grimsby. 

J I William Lock, esq. John Gore, esq. 

12 Hon. Henry Knight.' Joseph Mellish, esq. 
Robt. Ld. Luxborough.* 

1 3 Anthony St Leger, esq.' Joseph Mellish, esq. 

14 Evelyn Anderson, esq.* Joseph Mellish, esq. 

15 John Harrison, esq. Francis Eyre, esq. 
i6 Dudley Long, esq.* John Harrison, esq. 

17 Dudley North, esq." John Harrison, esq.* 
Dudley North, esq. John Harrison, esq. 

18 Ays. Boucheret, esq. 'Wilham Mellish, esq. 



1 Ays. Boucheret, esq. William Mellish, esq.' 

2 Ays. Boucheret, esq.' John Henry Loft, esq.* 
Hon. Charles A. Pelhara * William Mellish, esq. . 

3 Hon. Charles A.Pelham. Hon. George Pelham.* 



' Only Son of Lord Luxborough of Ireland ; died, a new Writ or- 
dered, Nov. 25, 1762. — » Of /rf/cna',- created in 1763 Viscount 
Baml.'s and Earl of Catherlough in said Kingdom. — 3 A Lieutenant- 
Colonel on half-pay ; made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and a 
Major-General. — 4 Brother to the Member for Lincolnihirt ; Cornec 
of Dragoons ; made a Lieutenant in the Foot Guards.— S Took the' 
unme of Narib in (789. — ^^ Not duly elected, a new Writ ordered, 
April IS, 1793. 

Pad, 16. Robert Birt, esq. petitioned. 

Pari. 17. The Honbie.H^//.fl».»'ej/fjpPD/tf, (Brother to the Earl 
ai Marninglon,) and Rsbert Wood, esq. petitioned, renewed the 2(1 
Sesiion. On the iith:of April 1793, the Chairman of the Commit- 
tee who tried this contested Election reported to the House, thdt 
neither the sitting Members nor the Petitioneis were duly elected } 
that the Eleaioa Was void ; that the Petition was neither frivolous 
ei vexatious; but it appeared to the Coniinittcc that Briber/, through 

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his Agent, had been used by Mr Po/e ^ and that the Committee de- 
termined that the Right of Election of Memliers to serve in Parlia- 
ment for the Borough of Great Grimsby in the County of Lincoln^ 
is in the Freemen of the said Borough, admitted at a full Court of 
Mayor, Aldermen, Common Councilmen, and Burgesses, such 
Freemen being resident, and paying Scot and Lot in all cases, except 
where no Rate has taken place subsequent to their Admisnons. 



X A Bank Director.-^' A Lieutenant-Colonel in th^ Army ; not 
duly elected.— 3 Made Steward of the Manor of East. HendnJ^ 
Berks ; a new Writ ordered, July 13, 1803.— 4 Eldest Son of Lord 
jTarborougb^'^S Second Son of Lord Tdrboroujgh. 

Pari. 2. ji. Boucberet^ Jobn Hay Lofty Wm, Meilisb^ and R. 
Seweliy esqrs. petitioned the House. The Committee found J. H. 
Loft not duly elected, and ought not to have been returned, that the 
Petitions and the Oppositions to them were not frivolous or texatioos, 
April 18034 

Pari. 2. A Petitioh against MtPe/bam*s Return, August l, 180^. 



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Pari. No- 107. Stamford. 

1 1 John Har. Thursby, esq. Robert Barber, esq.' 

12 John ChapIiQ, esq.' George B. Bradenell, esq.' 
George Aufrere, esq "* 

13 George Aufrere, esq. George Howard, esq.' 

14 Henry Cecil, esq." Sir George Howard, k.b. 

15 H'^nry Cecil, esq. Sir George Howard, k.b. 

16 Henry Cecil, esq. Sir George Howard, k.b. 

17 J. John, E. of CarysfoTt.' Sir George Howard, k.b." 

18 J. John, E. of Carysfort." R, H. Sir G. Howard, k.b.' 

John Leland, esq." 



1 Albemarle Bertie, esq." John Leland, esq.' 

2 Albemarle Bertie, esq. John Leland, esq. 

3 Albemarle Bertie, esq. John Leland, esq. 

' A Clerk of the Privy Seal, and Cleric of the Council of the 
Court of Requests. — ' Died, a new Wnt ordered, January lo. 1765. 
—3 Cousin IQ the Earl of Cardigan ; ma'l^ one ai the Clerks Comp- 
trollers of His Majesty's Household ; a new VVrii ordered, Dec, 17, 
1765. — 4 A Director of the London Assurance. — S Colonel of a Re- 
giment of Dr»[)Oons; Governor of Chelsea Hospital, and a LieUt.- 
General ; made a K- B. and a General of His Majesty's Forces, 
August ^7, 1777. — ^ Nephew and Heir to the Earl of Exeter. — 7 Of 
Ireland; Joint Master of the Rolls in that Kingdom.— 8 Raised to 
the rank i>f Field-Marshal, October 12, 179?, and the [7th of July 
J7y5 made Governor of the Island of Jersey, and in sworn a 

Member of His Majesty's Most Honourable Prity Council. — 
5 Died before the Parliament met, a new Writ ordered, October 21, 
1796. — '° A Lieutenant-General ! Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, 
and Lieutenant-Governor of Corie in Ireland, — '■ Created Lord 
Baron Carysfort of the Hundred of Norma.-i''s Crefi in the County of 
Huntingdon; a new Writ ordered, January 1801. 



'A Licutenant-Gcnera! and Colo nd of a Regiment of Foot. 
I A General in the Army, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, 



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No. 108. Grantham. 



1 1 Lord George Manners.' 

12 Lord George Manners.^ 

13 Lord George Sutton. 

14 Lord George Sutton. 

15 George Sutton, esq.' 
i6 George Sutton, esq. 
17 George Sutton, esq. 



18 George Sutton, esq. 



Sir John Cust, bt.* 
Sir John Cust, bt.* 
Sir John Cust, bt.' 
Francis Cockayne Cust, esq." 
Sir Brownlow Cust, bt.^ 
Peregrine Cust, esq.' 
FrancisCockayneCust, esq.'° 
Francis Cockayne Cust, esq. 
FrancisCockayneCust, esq." 
Philip Yorke, esq.'* 
Simon Yorke, esq.'^ 
Simon Yorke, esq. 



1 Simon Yorke, esq. George Sutton, esq. 

2 Thomas Thoroton, esq. Sir William E. Welby, bt. 

3 Thomas Thoroton, esq. Russell Manners, esq. 



1 Third Son to the Duke of Rutland.—-^ Clerk of the Household to 
the Princess Dowager of Wales. — 3 Took the name of Sation in 1762, 
on the Death of his Brother Lord Robert Sullon. — t Chosen Speaker 
to this Parliaroent. — 5 Chosen Speaker to this Parliament; on account 
of bad fieatth he resigned that Dignity a short time before his Death { 
died, a new Writ ordered, January 15, 1770. — ^Counsel to the Ad- 
miralty and Navy. — 7 Created Baron Broivn/aw of Be/lon in the 
County of i/nco/n ; a new Writ ordered. May 14, 1776— 8 Uncle 
to Loid Browri/otv ; a Merchant in London. — 9 Eldest Son of Lord 
George Sutton. — '° Brother to Lord Browa/ow ; Counsel to the Ad- 
Tuirally and Navy ; also to the University of Cam/rrii/ge, and one of 
His Majesty's Counsel at Law.— "Died, a new Writ ordered, Fe- 
bruary 1, 1792. — " Made Steward of the Manor o^ East Hendredlo. 
the County of Bcrh, a new .Writ ordered, December 1792. — -'3 Son 
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Pari. No. 109. Middlesex. 

1 1 Sir Wm. B. Proftar, bt. George Cooke, esq.' 

12 SirW.B.Proftor,bt. KD.' George Cooke, esq.* 

13 John Wilkes, esq' George Cooke, esq.* 
John Wilkes, esq.* John Glynn, esq.' 
John Wilkes, esq.' 

John Wilkes, esq.^ 
Hon. Henry L. Luttrell.'" 

14 John Wilkes, esq. John Glynn, esq." 

Thomas Wood, esq. 

15 John Wilkes, esq.'' George Byng, esq.'* 



' Chief Protlionotary in ihe Court of Common Pleas.—* Made 
Joint Paymaster- General of the Land Forces, Guards, and Garrisons 
in Great Britain ; a new Writ ordered, November ii, 17(16, he 
was re elected.— 3 Made a K. B. in 1761.— 4Uied. a new Writ or- 
dered, November 22, 1761. — 5 An AWertaan of the Cily of Lon- 
Jon, ; declared by the House incapable of being elected, a new Writ 
ordered. February 3, 1769, he was again elected.— * His Election 
declared void, a new Writ ordered, February 17, 17119, he was again 

elected 1 His Election declared void, ^ new Writ oidered. March 

»7, 1769, he was again elected, — ^The House resolved, April 14, 
J769, that the Poll taken for >iH Wiikes, est], was null and void : 
Resolved, April ij, 1769, that Henry Laives Lutlrell, esq. ought 
to have been returned, and that the said Henry Lcwfs Luttre//, esq. 
is duly elected — 9 A Serjeant at Law, and Recorder of the City of 
London — '<> Eldest Son to Lord Irnham of the Kingdom of Ireland ; 
a Lieutenant Colonel of Horse. — " An Alderman oi London. Lord 
Mayor in 1775. Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the 
Clerkof the Crown for a new Writ, October 10, 1779. — "Cousin 
lo Lord Viscount Torringlon. — '3 Chosen an Alderman of London. 

Pat]. 13, Several of the Freeholders petitioned the House to re- 
scind their Resolution in favour ai Henry Laws Lulirell, who had 
only 196 votes, whilst Mr WUkci had 1 143, but the House adhued 
to Iheit former Resolution, May 8, 1769. 



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Pari, No. 109. Middlesex conl'mncd. 

i6 John Witkes, esq.'' ■William Mainwaring, esq.'* 

17 George Byng, esq.'* 'William Mainwaring, esq. 

18 George Byng, esq. William Mainwaring, esq. 

1 George Byng, esq. William Mainwaring, esq. 

2 George Byng, esq. Sir F. Burden Jones, bt. 

Geo. B. Mainwaring, esq.' 
Sir F. Burdett Jones, bt.* 
William Mainwaring, esq. 

3 George Byng, esq. William Mellish, esq. 

■4 First Prothonotary in the Court of Common Pleas. — '5 Served as 
Lord Mayor oi London in 1775; elected Chamberlain of the City of 
London in 1 780'. — '* don of the late Member. 

Pari, 16. George Byn^, esq, and some of the Freeholder* petition- 
ed. 



' Found not duly elected. — ^ Found to be duly elected. The She- 
riffs for their illegal Condnct iii admitting Persons to poll who bad 
no Title to vote, were by the House of Commons committed to New- 
gale, where they remained some Weeks, and on iheir petitioning the 
House, and admitting their Offence, they were liberated. 

Pari, 2. William Mainwaring, esq. and some Freeholders, peti- 
tioned against the Return of Sir Francis Burdett Jones, bart. renew- 
ed 2d Session, found to be a void Election, so far as related to Sir 
Fras. Burden Jone.r J enci- and that tbe Petition oi Mr Mainwaring via 
not frivolous or vexatious, nor the Opposition made to it 1 but Mr 
Mainwaring having treated, contrary to the Act of Parliament, could 
not be elected during the present Parliament, A new Writ ordered, 
July 20, 1804, 

February 7, 1806. The Cominittce sat again, when two of Sir 
Francis BtirJett'j Voters being rejected, and no farther Objection 
being made on his part, William Mainwaring, esq. was declared duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned. 

In May iSo;, three of Sir Francis Bardcil^i Voten were fcn- 
tenced to six years Tianspociation to Botany Bay. 



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Pari. No. no- Westminster' 

1 1 Hon. Edw. CornwaiHs.' Sir John Crosse, bt. 
12Hon. Edw. Cornwallis.* William Vise. Pulteney.' 
Hon. Edwin Sandys.* Hugh Lord Warkworth.' 
!3 Hon. Edwin Sandys." Hugh Earl Percy.' 

Sir Robert Bernard, bt. 
14 Lord Tho. P. Clintoa.8 Hugh Earl Percy.' 

Charles Vise. Petersham.'" 
George Vise. Maiden." 
J5 Hon. CharlesJ.Fox.'* Sir George B. Rodney, bt.'» 

1 Brother to Earl Carn-maUis ; Colonel of a Regiment of Foot ; 
Groom of tlie Bedchamber to His Majesty ; made a Major- General. 
' — » Made a Lieutcnant-General ; made Governor of Cibrahar; a 
new \?rit ordered, April 21. 1762— 3 Only Son of the Earl of 
Balb; made Lieutenant-Colonel of a Regiment; a Lord of ihe 
Bedchamber to His Majesty, andone of his Aides-du-Camp ^ died, a 
new Writ ordered, March 3, 176^. — 4 Eldest Son of Lord Sandys. 
—5 Eldest Son of the Earl of Nor'ihumlierlafid ; Lieutensnt-Colonel- 
Comraandant of a Regiment of Foot ; made Aide-du Camp to the 
King. — * Succeeded his Father as Lord Sandys ; a new Writ ordered, 
April 24, 1770. — 7 Eldest Son to the ]:i\jkc of Northumberland ; 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot ; made a Major-General. — ^ Second 
Son of the Duke of Newcajl/e ; has a Company iu the Foot Guards. 
—9 On the Death of his Mother, he succeeded to the ancient Barony 
of Percy, and was called up to ihe House of Lords ; a new Writ or. 
deied, December I776.' — i^ Eldest Son of the Earl oi Barrington ; 
« Captain in the Army; made Captain of a Company in the Foot 
Guards ; succeeded his Father as Earl of Harriaglon ; a new Writ 
ordered, April 1779. — " Eldest Son of the Earl oi Essex. — " Uncle 
to Lotd Hot/and i made one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries 
of Stale ; a new Wiit ordered, March 27, 1782, he was re-elected ; 
again appointed to the same Office ; a new Writ otdeied, April 2, 
1783, he was re-elected.—" Admiral of the While, and Rear-Admi- 
ral 6f Creai Britain ; made a Knight of the Bath in 1786; created 
Baron Rodney of Rodney Sioie in the County of Somerset ; a new 
Writ ordered, June 20, 1782. 

Pari. 14. Harvey Viscount Mountmorres of the Kingdora oi Ire' 
land, and ChorUs\Uca\mx Ma/ioti, only Son of Earl Stanhope, pc- 
titinned. The Chairman of the Committee that tried this contested 
Election, on the a7th of January 1775, reported to the House, that 
the sitting Members were duly elected. 



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VarU No. no. Westminster continued. 

11 Rt. Hon. Charles J. Fox. Samuel Lord Hoodr'^ 

Lord John Townshend/* 

17 Rt. Hon. Charles J. Fox. Samuel Lord Hood.'^ 

18 Rt. Hon. Charles J. Fox. Sir Alan Gardner, bt.'^ 



1 Alan Lord Gardner.' Hon. Charles James Fox.* 

2 Alan Lord Gardner.* Hon. Charles James Fox.^ 

Hugh, Earl Percy. "* 

3 Sir Samuel Hood, k.b.^ Richard Brins. Sheridan.^ 

'3 Oilreland ) Rear- Admiral of the Blue ; made a Vice-Adminl j 
made one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty ; a new Writ or- 
dered, July 1788 5 in this Parliament afterwards for Ryegate, — M Se- 
cond Son of Marquis Townsbend, — ^5 Made Governor of Greenwich 
Hospital^ 1796, but no new Writ was ordered^ and the 

Parliament being dissolved the 19th of May following, his Lordship 
was soon after the Dissolution created Viscount Hood of Whitby in 
the County of Warwick » — ^^ Admiral of the Blue Squadron of 
His Majesty's Fleet, and Major-Gencral of Marines ; created Lord 
Gardner in Ireland^ 

Pari. 16. Samuel Lord Hood petitioned against the Election of 
Lord John Townsbend. The Committee sat fot several Months : 
rejected the Claim of voting of such Inhabitants of Westminster as 
resided in the bounds of the Duchy oi Lancaster, and came to several 
other Resolutions concerning the Voters' of the said City, but the pre- 
sent Session of Parliament being by them deemed too short to deter^ 
mine upon all the objected Votes in the different Parishes^ the Com- 
mittee recommended it to Lord Hood to withdraw his Petition ^ this 
bis Lordship at first declined, but afterwards acquiescing in, the 
Chaiitnan on the of June 1789 reported to the House, that the 

sitting Member was duly elected; and that Lord Hood^s Petition was 
not vexatious or frivolous. 

Pari. 17. John Home Toohe, esq. petitioned. The Chairman of 
the Committee appointed to try this contested Election, on the 
of February 1791 reported to the House, that the sitting Members 
were duly elected, and that the Petition of John Home Tooke, esq. 
was vexatious and groundless. 

L4 'Of 



VARLIAMENTARY RECISTERt 



» Of the Kingdom of IrelanA ; Admiral of the Blue, and Major- 
General of Ma[iiies. — ' Uncle to LorJ Holland. — 3 Appointed one 
of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, a new Writ ordered, 
February 1806, lie was re-chosen ; died, a new Writ issued by the 
Speaker September 16, )8o6.— 4 Eldest Son of the Duke of Wor- 
tbumherland ; in this Parliament before for Buckingham. — * Created 
Baron Gardner of Ultoxeler in Slaffordsbire, soon after the Disso- 
lution of this Parliament, — S A Captain in the Royal Navy, and a 
Colonel of Marines. — ^ Tieasur.cr of the Navy. 

Pari, 3. "James Fault, esq. and others pctitio(ied against the Elec- 
tjon ol Richard Brinshy Sheridan, esq. 



Parh ^ No. Ill* London. 

XI Sir. John Barnard, kt/ Sir Robert Ladbroke, kt.* 

Slingsby Bethell, esq.^ Williani Beckford, esq.* 
Sil: Richard Glyn, bt.* 

12 Hon. Thomas Harley.^ Sir Robert Ladbroke, kt. 
Sir Richard Glyn. William Beckford, esq. 

13 Hon. Thomas Harley. Sir Robert Ladbroke, kt7 
Barlow Tr.ecothic, esq.^ William Beckford, esq.* 
Richard Oliver, esq," Frederick Bull, esq."* 

14 Richard Oliver, esq. Frederick Bull, esq.** 
Jolm Sawbridge, esq.'^ George Hayley, esq.'* 

15 Nathaniel Newnham."* George Hayley, esq. 
JohnKirkman, esq.'* Frederick Bull, esq.'^ 
Jphn Sawbridge, esq. Sir Watkin Lewis, kt.'* 

Brook Watson, esq.*** 

' An Alderman of London ; Lord Mayor in 1738. — ^ An Alder- 
man oi London ; Lord Mayor in 1748. — 3 An Alderman of London \ 
Lord Mayor In 1756; died, anew Writ ordered, Nov. 23, 1758.— 
4 An Alderman of London.-^S An Alderman of London ; Lord 
Mayor in 1759.—^ Brother to the Earl of Oxford \ an Alderman of 
London *y Lord Mayor in 1768. — 7 Died, and the Speaker gave No- 
tice in the London Gazette of November 13th, 1773, that he would 
at the end of fourteen Days from that Date, issue his Warrant to the 
•Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ. — ^ A second time Lord 
Mayor In 177O9 he died during his Mayoralty \ the Speaker gave 
Notice in the London Gazette of July lOth, 177O9 that he would at 
the end of fourteen Days from that Date, issue his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown to make put a, new Writ.— 9 An Alderman of 
London ; elected Lord Mayor on the Death of Mr Beckford in 1770. 
;— 10 An Alderman of London. — ^i An Alderipan of London.^^^''- 
Lord. Mayor in 1 774.-13 Lord Mayor of London ; Lord Mayor in 
J 776. — M An Alderman of London.'-^^S An Alderman oi London ; , 
Lord Mayor in 1784. — '^ Died, the Speaker gave Notice in the 
London Gazette of September 14, 1781, that he would at the end of 
fourteen Days from that Date issue his ^V^arrant to the Clerk of the 
Crown to make out a new Writ. — ^7 Died, a new Writ ordered, Jan. 
^784.—^^ An Alderman oi London ; died before the Meeting of the 
Parliament, a new Writ ordered, December 5, 1780. — ^9 An Al- 
derman of London 'y Lord Mayor in 1781.— ^ An Alderman of 
London, 

Pari. 13. John Roberts^ esq. petitioned against Mr BttiPs Elec- 
tion, but afte rwards req^uested leave to withdraw it^ Ivhich the House 
|;ranted. 



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Pari. No. III. London contimted. 

16 Brook Watson, esq. Sir Watkin Lewes, kt. 

Nathaniel Newnhani, esq. John Sawbridge, esq. 



17 Winiam Curtis, esq.' 
Brook Watson, esq.*' 
John W.Anderson, esq.* 

18 William Curtis, esq. 
John W- Anderson, esq.* 



Sir Watkin Lewes, kt. 
John Sawbridge, esq.'* 
William Lushington, esq.'' 
William Lushington, esq. 
HarvL'y Chr. Combe, esq.*' 



1 Sir Wm. Curtis, kt.' William Lushington, esq. 
Harvey Chr. Combe, esq. Sir JohnW Anderson, bt.* 

2 Harvey Chr. Combe, esq.' Sir Charles Price, bt."* 
Sir Wm. Curtis, bt. Sir John Anderson, bt. 

3 Harvey Chr. Combe, esq. James Shaw, esq.* 
Sir Charles Price, bt. Sir Wm. Curtis, kt. 



2' Made Stwvard of the three Chihern Hundreds in the County of 
Buckingham; a new Writ ordered, February 22. 1793. — ^' Died, a 
new Writ ordered, February 23, 1793. — *J An Alderman ci London; 
Lord Mayor in 1796.— M An Alderman ai London— ^S Aa hXAet- 
manoi Londoa. — '^ &.a Alderman ot London. — »7 Created a Uaronet, 
J798. 

Pari. 16. Richard Aliinson, esq. and some of the Voters, petition- 
ed against the Election oi John Sawbridge, esq. not renewed ad 
Seeaion. 



' An Alderman of the City of London ; a Banker in London ; a 
Commissioner for the Issue of Exchequer Bills.—! An Alderman of 
the City of London, and Commissioner for the Issue of Exchequer 
Bills. — 3 An Aldeiman of the City of London. — 4 An Alderman and 
Merchant of the City of London. — S An Aldeiman of this City, and 
late Lord Mayor of London. 



Pari. a. Sir Waiiin Lci 
renewed in id Session, M 
icittee reported to the Hoi 
elected, and that the Peiitli 



nd some of the Freemen petitioned, 
1804. The Chairman of the Com- 
.hat the sitting Members were duly 
IS frivolous and v 



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Pari. No, 112. Monmouthshire. 

1 1 William Morgan, esq. Capel Hanbury, esq. 

12 William Morgan, esq/ Capel Hanbury, esq/ 
ThomasMorgan, jun. esq. John Hanbury, esq. 

13 Thomas Morgan, esq.^ John Hanbury, esq. 
John Morgan, esq. 

14 John Morgan, esq- John Hanbury, esq. 

15 John Morgan, esq. John Hanbury, esq. 

1 6 John Morgan, esq. Johii Hanbury, esq.* 

George Vise. Neville.^ 
James Rook, esq.^ 
IT JcAn Morgan, esq.''' James Rook, esq.* 

Robert Salisbury, esq.^ 
18 Charles Morgan, esq. James Rook, esq. 



1 James Rook, esq.' Charles Morgan, esq. 

2 James Rook, esq.^ Charles Morgan, esq. 
Lord A. J. H. Somerset.^ 

3 Lord A. J. H. Somerset. Sir Charles Morgan, bt.'* 



' Died, a new Writ ordered, November 17, 1763.—* Died, a new 
Writ ordered, December 17, 1765. — 3 Lord Lieutenant and Custos 
Rotulorum for the Counties of Monrnoutb and Brecon y died, and the 
Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new 
Writ, June 28, 1771,-4 Died before the Parliament met, anew 
Writ ordered, June 11, 1784.- — 5 Before in this Parliament for SeO' 
ford\ eldest Son of the Earl of Abergavenny ^ on whose Death he 
succeeded to the Peerage \ the Speaker issued his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, November 12, 1785. 
— ^ A Colonel in the Army.— 7 Died, and the Speaker issued his 
Warrant to ttie Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, July 
24, 1792. — 8 Made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot 5 made a Major- 
General, Sept. 18, 1787.— 9 Created a Baronet of Gr^/i/ Britain^ 
April J J, 1795. ' 

'Major-General, and Colonel of a Regimcpt of Foot. — « Made a 
lieutenant* General \ died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to 
the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ:, October 1805. — 
3 Brother to the Duke of Ueaufort.^^^ Succeeded his Father as Baro- 
net in iSoiS. 



J56 VAE.LIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



Pari. No. lis. Monmouth. 

1 1 Benjamin Bathurst, esq.' 
13 Benjamin Bathurst, esq,* 
John Stepney, esq. 

13 John Stepney, esq.' 

14 Sir John Stepney, bt. 

15 Sir John Stepney, bt* 

16 Sir John Stepney, bt,* 
Henry, Marquis of Worcester.* 

IV Henry Marquis of Worcester.' 

Charles Bragge, esq.* 
l8 Charles Thompson, esq.' 

Lortl Ilobert Edward Somerset.'" 



1 Lord Robert Edward Somerset.* 

2 Lord Charles Somerset.* 

3 I-ord Charles Somerset. 



'Brother to LoxA Baiburst ; Out-Ranger of Windsor Forest.— 
= Died, a new Writ ordeied, November 14, 1767. — 3 Eldc5t Son of 
Sir "John Stepney, bart. to whose Estate and Title he succeeded; 
made tnvoy Extraordinary to the Elector of Saxony in 1775. — 
4 Appointed Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Berlin. — S Made 
Steward of the three Cbillern Hundreds in the County of Buctingham. 
a new Writ ordered March 1788.—* Eldest Son of the Duke of 
Beaujorl.—n Made his Election for the City of Bristol; a new Writ 
ordered, December 13, 1790— SQf the Inner Temple— 9 Vice- 
Admiral of the Blue Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet ; created a Ba. 
ronet of Great Britain in 1797 S died, a new Writ ordered, March 
23, i7rj<J— '° Third Son of the Duke of Beaufort ; a Captain of 



1 Third S™ of the Dtikc of Beavfort ; a Lieutenant-Colonel of 
Dragoons. — ' Second Son of the Duke of Beaufort ; Comptroller of 
(he Kind's Household ;a Major-General in the Army, and Colonel of 
a Regiment of Foo^ ; made Joint Paymaster- Genera! of the Land 
Forces ; 3 new Writ ordereJ, June 28, 1804, he was re-elected. 



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VarL No. 114. Norfolk, 

1 1 Hon. Geo. Townshend.' Armine Wodehouse, esq.* 

12 Hon. Geo. Townshend.^ Sir Arniine Wodehouse, bt. 
Thomas de Grey, esq. 

1 3 Thomas de Grey, esq. Sir Edward Astley, bt. 

14 Thomas de Grey, esq.* Sir Edward Astley, bt. 
Thomas W. Coke, esq. 

15 Thomas W. Coke, esq. Sir Edward Astley, bt. 

16 Sir Edward Astley, bt. Sir John Wodehouse, bt. 

17 Thomas W. Coke, esq. Sir John Wodehouse, bt.* 

18 Thomas W. Coke, esq. Sir John Wodehouse, bt.^ 

Jacob Henry Astley, esq.^ 

1 Thomas W. Coke, esq. Sir Jacob Henry Astley, bt. 

2 Thomas W. Coke, esq. Sir Jacob Henry Astley, bt." 

3 ITiomas W. Coke, esq.^ Rt. Hon. Wm. Windham.* 
Edward Coke, esq."^ Sir Jacob Astley, bt. 

• I Eldest Son of Lord Viscount Townshend \ afterwards a Colonel 
in the Army j Brigadier- General in North America^ and Colonel of 
a Regiment of Foot ; made a Major-General in March 1761.— 
* Eldest Son of ^\x Armine Wodehouse kiU to whose Title he succeed- 
cd May 2, 1777.— 3 Succeeded his Father as Viscount Townshend^ a 
jncw Writ ordered March 21, 1764. — 4 Surveyor of the Woods in 
the Duchy oi Lancaster \ died, a new Writ ordered, April 13, 
^776. — 5 Colonel of the East Nor/oik Regiment of Militia. — ^ Creat- 
ed Baron Wodehouse of Kimber/ey in Norfolk j a new Writ ordered| 
November 2, 1797. — 7 Son to Sir Edward Astley^ hart. 



* Died, October 1806, but no new Writ was issued, and the Par- 
liament was dissolved, October 24, 1806. — * One of His Majesty'* 
Principal Secretaries of State for the Colonial Department, Not duly 
elected. Mr Windham being also elected for New Romney^ in for 
that place.— 3 Not duly elected ; afterwards chosen for Derhy.^^ 
4 Brother to Thos, W, Coke^ esq. In this Parliament before for 
Derby. 

Pari. 3. A Petition from several of the Electors against the Re- 
turn of Messrs Coke and Windham, on the 19th of February 1807, 
the House found that neither Mr Coke nor Mr Windham were duly 
elected. A new writ ordered, March 1807. 



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Pari,' No. 115. Nortcick. 

1 1 John, Lord Hobart.' Rt. Hon. Horace Walpole.* 
Harbord Harbord, esq.* Edward Bacon, esq.' 

12 Harbord Harbord, esq. Edward Bacon, esq. 

13 Harbord Harbord, esq.' Edward Bacon, esq. 

14 Sir Harbord Harbord, bt. Edward Bacon, esq. 

15 Sir Harbord Harbord, bt. Edward Bacon, esq, 

16 Sir Harb. Harbord, bt.' Rt. Hon. Wm. Windham." 
Hon. Henry Hobarf^ 

Hon. Henry Hobart. 

17 Hon. Henry Hobart.'" Rt. Hon.Wra. Windham.' 

18 Hon. Henry Hobart. Rt. Hon. Wm. Windham. 
JohnFrere, esq. 

! John Frere, esq. Rt. Hon. Wni. Windham. 

2 Robert Fcllowes, esq. William Smith, esq. 

3 Robert Fellowes, esq. John Patteson, esq. 

' Eldest Soil of the Eacl of BuctiiigharTishire ; sppointed Comp- 
troller of His Majesty's Household ; r new Writ ordered, December 
22, 1755, he was re-elected ; succeeded his Father as Earl of Buct- 
TJigbamsbire } a new Writ ordered, December 2, 1756. — * Brother 
to the late Earl of Orford ; a Teller of the Exchequer, and Auditor- 
General of the Plantations ; called up to the House of Peers by the 
Title of Baron Wa/j>oU of WooUrlon in the County of Norfo/k ; a 
new Writ ordered, June 18, 1756. — 3 Before in this Parliament foe 
Newport, Cornwall-^ a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations; in 
i7jS he was chosen Chairman of Privileges and Elections in room of 
Viscount Dupplin, and was continued in the same important Trust 
during the 12th and 13th Parliaments, when in the 3d Session of the 
lait, the justly-celebrated Grenville Act passed, hj which contested 
Elections ceased to be tiied at the Bar of the House. — * Eldest Son 
of Sir William Morden Harbord, barC. and a K.B.— S Succeeded his 
Father as Baronet. — * Privy Counsellor in Ireland. — 7 Created Lord 
Siiffield. Baton of Nuffield \n the County a? Norfolk, and the Speaker 
Issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new 
Writ, Septembers, 1786.— ^ Brother to the T.ax\ of Buciingbam- 
shire, not duly elected ; a new Writ ordered, March 1787. — 9 Made 
Steward of tlie three Cbiltern Hundreds in the Co^xxA\ ni Buclingbam-j 



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a new Writ ordered, July 7, 1794, and during the Vacancy he was 
made Secretary at War, and admitted a Member of the Privy Coun- 
cil oi Great Britain\ he was re-elected. — ^ Chairman of the Commit- 
tees of Ways and Means ; died, a new Writ ordered. May 1799. 

Pari. 16. Sir Thomas Beevor^ bart. and several Freeholders peti- 
tioned against Mr tfoharl^s first Election, and the Committee who 
tried it found it a Void Election, March 1787. 

Pari* 16. The same Persons petitioned against Mr Hobart^s second 
Election, but the Committee who tried it found him duly elected. 

I I i ( • 1 1 1 1 1 1 i f i p < I 1 1 1 n I I II I - - ' - I I I 

ParL No. ii6« Lynn Regis. 

1 1 Sir John Turner, bt. Horace Walpole, esq/ 

Hon. Horace Walpole.* 

12 Sir John Turner, bt.^ Hon. Horace Walpole. 

13 Sir John Turner, bt. Hon. Thomas Walpole.* 

14 Crisp Molineux, esq. Hon. Thomas Walpole. 

15 Crisp Molineux, esq. Hon. Thomas Walpole. 

16 Crisp Molineux, esq. Hon. Horatio Walpole.^ 

17 Sir Martin Folkes, bt. Hon. Horatio Walpole. 

1 8 Sir Martin Folkes, bt. Hon. Horatio Walpole. 



1 Hon. Horatio Walpole.* Sir Martin B. Folkes, bt. 

2 Hon. Horatio Walpole.* Sir Martin B. Folkes, bt. 
S Rt. H» Hon L. Walpole. Sir Martin B. F^olkes, bt. 

' Succeeded his Father as Lord Walpole of Wooherton ; a new 
Writ ordered) Feb. 16^ ^757'— * Third Son to the late Earl of 
Orford\ Usher of the Exchequer \ Comptroller of the Pipe Office, 
and Clerk of the Estreats in the Court of Exchequer ; in this Parlia- 
ment before for Castle Rising ^ afterwards Earl of Orford.'^Z Made a 
Committioner of the Treasury \ a new Writ ordered, June 2, 1762, he 
was re>elected.«- *4 Brother to Lord Walpole \ a Merchant in London, 
-«-5 Eldest Son of Lord Walpole. 

^ Eldest Son o^lloxdiWalpole, — '^ From the ist of April 1806, he 
was stiled Lord Walpole^ his Father being then created Earl of Or- 
ford, ^ ^' 



160 I'ARIIAMENTARY REGISTER. 

I'arl. No.iiy. Yarmouth. 

II R.H.SirE.Walpole, KB.' Hon. Charles Townshend-* 
Charles Townshend, esq.^ 
i2 R. H. SIrE.Walpole,KB. Charles Townshend, esq.* 

13 Hon. Richard Walpole.' Charles Townshend, esq.** 

14 Hon. Richard Walpole. Charles Townshend, esq.' 

15 Hon. Richard Walpole. Rt.H. C. Townshend.* 

1 6 Henry Beaafoy, esq. Sir John Jervis, k.b.' 

17 Henry Beaufoy, esq.'" Rt. Hon. C. Townshend.'* 
Stephens Howe, esq." 

ly Stephens Howe, esq."' Lord Charles Townshend. 
William Loftus, esq.'* Henry Jodrell, esq.'^ 

I William Loftus.' Henry Jodrell, esq. 

'2 Sir Tho. Troubridge, bt.* Thomas Jervis, esq.* 

3 Hon. Edward Harbord.^ Stephen Lushington, esq.* 

■ Second Son of the late Earl of Orford; Clerk of the Pells in 
Engiondi and Clerk of the Pleas in Zrc/an,/. — 'Second Son of Lord 
Viscount Townshend; appointed Treasurer of the Chamber ; a new 
Writ ordered, December 4, 1756, he was chosen for Sa/casb in 
CornwalL — 3 Nephew to Lord Viscount Tawnihend. — 4 Made a 
Commissioner of the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, December 1 7, 
1765, he was te-choien.— 5 Next Brother to Lord Walpole; a Mer- 
chant in London. — ^ Made a Commissioner of the Treasury ; a new 
Writ ordered, February 5, 1770, he was re-eiected. — 7 Made one 
of the Vice Treasurers of Ire/and; a new Writ ordered, June j, 
1777, he was re-elected. — 8 ^pp^;,, ted Treasurer of the Navy; a 
new Writ ordered, April 4, 1783, he was reelected— 9 A Captain 
in the Navy; made a Rcar-Admiral in 1787 : now Earl of S( Vin- 
cent. — '■° Secretary to the Board for theManagement of Affairs in ihe 
Kaitlndies; died, anew Writ ordered, May 22, 1795. — "Col.ofa 

Rep. of Foot, and a Brig.-Gen. in the West Indies " Son of ^^t. 

i\ms Townshend ; a Lieut. -Colonel of Foot in the Army ; died a 
few days after his Election. — 'J Died in the West Indies before the 
Parliament met ; a new Writ for two Members ordered October 31, 
1796. — '4 Son-in-law to Marquis Townshend ; Colonel of a Regiment 
of Footj and a Major-Geaertil.— >5 Recorder of this Borough. 



iJarliamei^tary RECJiStEti. i6 



* A Major- General and Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons. — ^ A 
Captdifi in the Royal Navy ;* Colonel of Marines, and one of the 
Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty ; irtadp Rear- Admiral or the 
White, April 23, 1804. — 3 A Kihg*s Counsel i Cooinsel to the Ad- 
miralty, and a Commissioner of Bankrupts.— 4 Son of Lord Siiffield. 
— S Died, a new Writ ordered, January 1807. — ^ A Barrister at 
Law. 



Pari No. 118. Thetford. 

1 1 Lord Henry Baauclerk.* Charles F. Scudamote, esq^* 

Herb. R. Westphaling, esq, 

12 Hon. Aubrey JBeauclerk.' Hon. Henry S. Conway.* 

13 John Drummond, esq.^ Hon. Henry S. Conway. 
Charles, L.V. Petersham.*^ 

14 Charles Fitzroy, esq.^ Chas. F. Scudamore, esq.® 

15 Richard Hopkins, esq.'* Chas. F. Scudamore, esq.^ 

George Earl of Euston." 

1 6 Sir Charles Kent, bt. George Jennings, esq. 

1 7 Robert John Buxton, esq. Joseph Randyll Burch, esq. 
IS John Harrison, esq. Joseph Randyll Burch, esq* 



f John Harrison, esq. Joseph Randyll Burch, esq^ 

2 John Harrison, esq ' Thomas Creevey, esq. 

3 Lord William Fitzroy.* James Mingay, esq.^ 

Thomas Creevey, esq. 



* Uncle to the Duke of St Albans \ died, January 6, 1761, nd 
new Writ issued. — * Made his Election for the City of Hereford ; a 
new Writ ordered, December 2, 1754. — 3 Only Son to Lord Vere^ 
now Duke of ^ Alhans*-^^ Brother to the Earl of Hertford \ a 
Groom of the Bedchamber to the King ; Colonel of a Regiment of 
Dragoons, and a Lieutenant-Gencral ; appointed one of His Majes- 
ty's Principal Secretaries of State, a new Writ ordered, Dec. 17, 
1765, he was re-elected.— 5 Died^ and the Speaker Issued his Warrant 
to the Clerk of the Crown for ancvv Writ, August 1774. — ^ Eldest 
Son of the Earl oi Harrington \ a Captain in the Army, now Earl of 
Harrington. — 7 Brother to the Puke of Grafton y Col. of a Regt. of 
Dragoons-, a Major-Gen. and Vice-Chamberlain to the (Jiieerr, On 

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162 !>ARLIAM£NTAILY REGISTER* 



1, 

tlie Dissolution of this Parliament he was created Lord Southampton* 
8 Deputy Ranger oiWbittlebury Forest, and Cursitor in the Court of 
Chancery in Ireland. — 9 Made Steward of the three Cbikern Hun- 
dreds^ a new Writ ordered March 28, 1782. — '^ Made a Commis- 
sioner of the Admiralty, a new Writ ordered^ March 17^ 1782*— • 
« Eldest Son of the Duke of Grafton. 



» An Under Secretary of State for the Home Department.—* Son 
of the Duke of Grafton. — 3 King's Counsel j not duly elected. 

Pari. 3. Thomas Qreevey^ esq. and some of the Freemen petition- 
ed against the Election of James Mingay^ esq. and the Committee 
who tried^ the Election reported to the House, that James Mingay^ 
esq. was not duly elected, and that Thomas Creevey^ esq. was duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned, Feb. 4, 1807. 



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Pari No. 119. Caslle Risingi 

1 1 Hon. Thomas Howard.' Hon. Horace Walpole.* 

Charles Boon, esq. 

12 Hon. Thomas Howard. Charles Boon, esq. 

13 Jenison Shaftoe, esq.^ Thomas Whateley, esq.* 
Crisp Molineux, esq. Heneage, Lord Guernsey;^ 

14 Alex. Wedderburn, esq.^ Robert Macreth, esq. 
Hon. Charles Finch.^ 

John Chet. Talbot, esq.® 

15 John Chet. Talbot, esq.^ Robert Macreth, esq. ' 
Sir James Erskine, bt.'* 

1 6 Walter Sneyd, esq. Charles Boone, esq- 

17 Henry Drummond, esq.'^ Charles Boone, esq. 
Charles Chester, esq. 

18 Charles Chester, esq. Horatio Chilrchiil, esq^ 



1 Charles Chester, esq. Horatio Churchill, esq. 

2 Charles Chester, esq. Peter Isaac Thelusson, esq.* 

3 Charles Chester, esq. Richard Sharpe, esq. 



' Second Son of the Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire j a Counsellor 
at Law. — * Third Son of the late Earl of OrfQrd\ Usher of the Ex- 
chequer, &c. ; made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds j a 
new Writ ordered, February i6, 1757, hfe was chosen for Lynn 
Regis*^^ Died^ and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of 
the Crown for a new Writ, '^7'» — ^ ^"^ of the Under Se* 

cretaries to the Earl of Suffolk, one of His Majesty's Principal Secre- 
taries of State \ made a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations ; a 
new Writ ordered, January 25, 1770, he was re-elected ; made 
Keeper of His Majesty's Private Roads, Gates, and Bridges, and 
Conductor or Guide of his Royal Person in all the Royal Progresses ; 
a new Writ ordered, January 21, 1772, he was re elfected ; died, a 
new Writ ordered, June 3, 1772. — S Eldest Son of the Earl of 
y^ylesford.^-'^ Solicitor- General to His Majesty ; made his Election 
iox Oakhampton, a new Writ ordered, December 23, 17 74. ---7 Se- 
cond Son of the Earl of Aylesford \ made Steward of the three 
Cbiltern Hundreds, in the County of Bucks ; a new Writ ordered. 
May 15, 1777, he was chosen for Maidstone,^^^ Nephew and Heir 
to Earl Talbot. "^P Made a Lord Commissioner of Trade and Planta- 

M 2 tiovis' 



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tions, a new Writ ordered December 20, 1781, he was re-elected J 
SQcceetied his Uncle as Karon Ta/bol, a new Writ ordered, June 
1781.— 'o A M:^or of Dragoons, now Earl of flo/J-ZyiTi — » Died, 
a new Writ ordered, July j, 1794. 



* A Merchant in London ; created Lord Rendletham in Ireland in 
i3o6. 

Par!, Xo. 1 20. NorUiamp!oiishlre. 

1 1 Sir Edmund Isham, bt.' Valentine Knightley, esq* 

William Cartwright, esq. 

12 Sir Edmund Isham, bt. William Cartwright, esq. 

13 Sir Edmund Isham, bt.' Sir William Dolben, bt. 
Lucy Knightley, esq, 

14 Lucy Knightley, esq. Thomas Powys, esq, 

15 Lucy Knightley, esq. Thomas Powys, esq. 

1 6 Sir James Langham, bt. Thomas Powys esq. 

17 Thomas Dickins, esq. Thomas Powys, esq. 
1 S Thomas Dickins, esq. Thomas Powys, esq.* 

William R. Cartwright, esq. 

W. R. Cartwright, esq, 

W, R. Cartwright, esq. 

3 J.Charles, Vt.Althorpe.' W. R, Cartwright, esq. 

' Assessor lo tlie Deputy Earl MarsliHl. — ' Died, a new Wiit or- 
dered. December 2, 1 754. — .1 Died, a new Writ ordered, December 
21, 1772,— 4 Made Steward of the three Cbf/lert, Hundreds in the 
County of Buciinghom ; a new Writ ordered, July 17, 1797, after- 
wards created Lord Liffo'd. 



1 Thomas Dickens, esq. W. R. Cartwright, esq. 

2 Thomas Dickens, esq. W, R. Cartwright, esq. 



I FlJest Son of Earl Spencer, one of the Lords Commist 
the Treasury. 



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Pari. No. 17.1. Peterboroush . 



'4>' 



1 1 Edw. W. Montagu, esq." Matthew Lamb, esq.* 

12 Armsted Parker, esq. Sir Matthew Lamb, bt. 

1 3 Matthew Wyldbore, esq. Sir Matthew Lamb, bt.^ 

Henry Lord Bellasyse.* 
Richard Benyon, esq. 

1 4 Matthew Wyldbore, esq. Richard Benyon, esq. 

15 James Phipps, esq. Richard Benyon, esq* 

1 6 James Phipps, esq.^ Richard Benyon, esq. 
Hon. Lionel Damer.^ Richard Benyon, esq. 

17 Hon. Lionel Damer. Richard Benyon, esq. 
J 8 Hon. Lionel Damer. Richard Benyon, esq.^ 

French Lawrence, esq.* 

1 Hon. Lionel Damer. French Lawrence, esq. llv. 

2 William Elliot, esq.* French Lawrence, esq^ 

3 Rt. Hon. William Elliot. French Lawrence, esq. 



J Uncle to the Earl of Sandwich ; died, January 22, 1 761, no new- 
Writ issued. — 2 Created a Baronet, January 17, 1755.— 3 Died, a 
new Writ ordered, November 22, 1768.— 4 Only Son of Earl Faw 
conberg^ to whose Title he succeeded j a new Writ ordered, Febru- 
ary 1774.— 5 Died, a new Writ ordered, 1786. — ^ Second 
Son of Lord Milton^ who was on 2d, 1792, advanced to 
the Dignity o£ Ezrl Qf Dorchester, — 7 Died before this Parliament 
met, a new Writ ordered, October 21, 1796. — 8 Advocate of the 
Court of Arches ; King^s Professor of Civil Law in the University 
of Oxford, and Judge of the Admiralty Court in the Cinque Ports. 

Pari. 14. James Pbififis^ esq. petitioned against Mr Wyldbore*! 
Election, but the Committee found the sitting Member duly elected. 



^ Advocate of the Court of Arches 5 King's Professor of Civil Law 
at Oxford \ Chancellor of that Diocese, and Judge of the Court of 
Admiralty of the Cinque-Ports. •^'^ Made Secretary to the Duke of 
Bedford, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 

M3 



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Par!. No. 122. Northampton. 

n Hon. George Compton.' Charles Montagu, esq.* 

Hon. Charles Compton.' Frederick Montagu, esq. 

Richard Blackwell, esq. 
J 2 Spencer Compton, esq.* Frederick Montagu, esq- 

LucyKnightley, esq. 

13 Sir George Osborne, bt.' Sir Geo, B. Rodney, bt.' 
Hon. Thomas Howe.' 
Hon-Wilbr-Tollemache.* 

14 Hon. Wilbr. Tollemache. Sir Geo. Robinson, bt. 

15 G.Aug. L.V. Ahhorpe.' George Rodney, esq.'" 
Charles, Lord Lucan." 

IG Charles, Ld. Compton.'* Fiennes Trotman, esq. 

17 Charles, Ld. Compton.'* Hon. Edward Bouverie.'^ 
Hon. Spencer Percival.'^ 

18 Hon, Spencer Percival.'" Hon. Edward Bouverie. 



1 Hon. Spencer Perceval.' Hon. Edward Bouverie.* 

2 Hon. Spencer Perceval, Hon. Edward Bouverie, 
S Hon. Spencer Perceval. Hon, Edward Bouverie. 

I Byother to the Earl of NorlbamlJlon, to whose Title he succeed- 
ed ; anew Writ ordered, December 2, 1754. — ^ Died, a new Writ 
ordered, May 30, 1759. — 3 Brother to the Earl of Nortbamfilott i 
died, a new Wiit ordered, November 27, 1755.— 4 An Officer in 
the Army, and Brother to the Earl oi Ncrlhampton, to whose Title 
he succeeded ; a new Writ ordered, November J5, 1763. — $ Nephew 
to the Earl of Halifax ; an Officer in the Army ; found to be not 
duly elecled, Februaiy 14, 17(19; in this Parliament afterward* for 
So/j/nff,— 6 Duly elected; Vice-Admiral of the Red, and Reat- 
Admiial of Crcflf Brilain.—l Brother to Lord Viscount Ha-we of ihe 
Kingdom oi hetand', duly elected, and ought to have been returned ; 
aied. and ihe Speaker issued his Warrant for anew Writto the Clerk 
of the Crown, November 30, 1771, — S Ne\t Brother to the Earl of 
Dyjiiri. — 9 Only Son of Earl Spencer i made.a Commissionet of the 
Treasury ; a new Writ ordered, March 27. 1782, he was re elected ; 
ni»de Stcuard of the three Chi/icrn HanJret/i in \)^c County of Buds ; 
anew Wiit ordered, April lo, 17S2, he was chosen for the County 
olSurwj. — 'o Eldest ion of Sir Ci--rge Bridees Rodnty, ban.; an 
' - ■ . . . , . OlEcet 



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Officer in the Foot Guards.— ^^ Of the Kingdom of /r^/n/r^ ^ Father- 
in-law to Viscount Altborpe. — '» Eldest Son of the Earl of Norib^ 
ampton^ and Colonel of the Northamptonshire Militia. — ^3 Next Bro- 
ther to the Earl of Radnor.-^H Succeeded his Father as Earl of 
Northampton ; a new Writ ordered, April 1796.— '5 Brother to the 
Earl of Egmont and to Lord Arden ; Deputy Recorder of this Bo- 
rough, and Surveyor of the Meltings, and Clerk of the Irons' of His 
Majesty's Mint. — ^^ Made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds j 
a new Writ ordered, February 1801, he was re- chosen, and during 
the Vacancy was made Solicitor- General to His Majesty. 

Pari. 13. The Honble. Thomas Howe petitioned against the sitting 
Members. The House agreed with the Committee that the Petitioner 
and Sir George Bridges Rodney, bart. were duly elected, and ought to 
have been returned 5 and the Return was amended by leasing Sir 
George Osborne'^s Name, and inserting the Honble. Thomas Howe'^s* 



' Brother to the Earl of Egmont ; Surveyor of the Meltings, and 
Clerk of the Irons in the Mint j Attorney-General to the King,* and 
Counsel to the University of Cambridge. ^^'^ Uncle to the Earl of 
Radnor, 



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Pii'l. Ko. 123. BracUnj. 

1 1 Marshe Dickinson, esq. Thos. Humbeistone, esq.' 

Sir Wm. Moreton, kt.» 

1 2 Marshe Dickenson, esq.' Robert Wood, esq.* 
JohnL.V.Hinchingbroke.' 

i 3 William Egerion, esq.* Robert Wood, esq.^ 

Timothy Caswell, esq.* 

14 William Egerton, esq. Timothy Caswell, esq. 

15 John Wm Egerton, esq.' Timothy Caswell, esq. 

1 6 John Wm. Egerton, esq. Timothy Caswell, esq.'" 

Samuel Haynes, esq, 

17 JohnWm. Egerton, esq. Samuel Haynes, esq. 
IS John Wm. Egerton, esq. Samuel Haynes, esq. 

1 Samuel Haynes, esq. John Wm. Egerton, esq.' 

2 Samuel Haynes, esq." John Wm. Egerton, esq.' 
Robert H.Bradshaw, esq. Anthony Henderson, esq.* 

3 Robert H.Bradshaw, esq. Anthony Henderson, esq. 

' Died, a new Writ oiiiered, November 13, 1755. — ' Recorder o£ 
the City oi London.— i Chairman of the Committees of Ways and 
Means; died, a new Writ ordered, Februarys, i;6j.— 4 Under Se- 
cretary to the Right Horible. William Put, one of His Majesty's 
principal Secretaries of alate. — 5 Eldest Son of the Earl of Xflni/tUifAj 
an Olhcer in tile Foot Guards.— 1 Major to the 2d Troop of Horse 
Piiards; Yeoraan Cltrk of tU Jewel Office, and Brother to the 
Bishop of Coventry and Liicbfitld.—l Under Secretary to Lord Vis- 
count Weymouth, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, 
and Master of the RfveIs In Ireland; died, and the Speaker issued 
his Warrant to the Cleik of the Crown for a new Writ, Sept. 28, 
jpjyi. — 8 Deputy Paymaster. General of the Land Forces. — 9 Eldest 
Son of the'biahup of D«rA<7« ; a Litutenaiit.Colonel of Dragoons. 
—'0 Made a Commissioner of the Excise ; s new Writ ordered, June 
30, 1789 i made a Colonel in the Army, October 19, 1793, and a 
Maj 01- General, February 27, 1795 j made Colonel of the 14th Re- 
mcnt of Dtagpons in (797. 

1 Millie Steward of the Manor of Eim/ Ihndred; a new Writ or- 
ficred, December 1802.— » A Major-General, and Colonel of a Regi- 
ment of Dragoons. — .1 Succeeded to the Earldom of .Bn/^eti'd/r/- ; 
a npw Wiit crdetcd, March 33, 1SC3. — 4 A Barrister at Law. 



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JParL No. 1 24. Higham Ferrers. 

1 1 John Yorke, esq/ 

1 2 Hon. John Yorke.* 

IS Frederick Montagu, esq. 

14 Frederick Montagu, esq. 

15 Frederick Montagu, esq.^ 

16 Rt. Hon. Frederick Montagu.* 

17 T^Uiam, Viscount Duncannon.^ 
John Lee, esq.* » 

James Adair, esq.^ 
IB James Adair, esq.* 

1 Stephen Thurston Adey, esq. 

2 Francis Ferrand Foljambe, esq. 

3 Francis Ferrand Foljambe, esq. 

< Fourth Son of the Earl of Hardwicie ; Clerk of the Crown in 
the Court of Chancery; appoftited Clerk to the Commission of Bank- 
rupts 5 a new Writ ordered, December 22, 1755, he was re-electcd,^- 
^ Made a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations \ a new Writ or- 
dered, December 17, 1768, he was re-elected.—^ Made a Commis- 
sioner of the Ty^asury ^ a new Writ ordered, March 27, 1782, he 
was re-elected ; again appointed to the same Office \ a new Writ or- 
dered, April 4, ^783, he was re-elected, and soon after sworn a 
Member of the Most Honourable Privy Council •—4 Ranger of SaU 
cey Forest in the County oi Northampton. '^S Only Son of the Jlarl 
01 Besborougbm Ireland \ made his Election for Knaresborough ; a 
new Writ ordered, December 22, 1790.—^ Attorney-General, and 
Serjeant of the Coimty Palatine of Lanc^t^ter n died> and the Speaker 
issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a niew Writ, Sept. 
I, 1793.*— 7 One of the King's Serjeants, and Counsel to the Board 
of Ordpance.-r-^ Made Chief Justipe of Chester j a new Writ order- 
ed, December i, 1796, he was re- chosen ^ died, and the Speaker 
issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, 1798. 



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Pari. No. 125. Northumberland. 

1 1 Sir Wm. Middleton, bt.' Sir Henry Grey, bt; 
George Delaval, esq. 

12 George Delaval, esq. Sir Henry Grey, bt. 

13 George DcIaval, esq. Sir Edward Blacket, bt. 

14 Lord Algernon Percy.' Sir William Middleton, bt. 

15 Lord Algernon Percy.' Sir William Middleton, bt. 
i6 Lord Algernon Percy.* Sir William Middleton, bt. 

Charles Grey, esq. 

17 Charles Grey, esq. Sir William Middleton, bt.^ 

Thomas R. Beaumont, esq.* 

1 8 Charles Grey, esq. Thomas R. Beaumont, esq. 

1 Hon. Charles Grey.' Thomas R. Beaumont, esq. 

2 Hon. Charles Grey.* Thomas R. Beaumont, esq. 

3 Charles, Vise. Howick. Thomas R. Beaumont, esq. 

' Died, a new Writ ordeted, December!, 1757. — » Second Son of 
the Duke of Nonbumberland.—i Heir to the Barony of Lf-uatne of 
jUniaich in the County of NBrlhumbcrland.—^ Succeeded to the Ba- 
rony aS Lovaine oti the Death of his Father 5 a new Writ ordcTcd, 
June 2, 1786. — 5 Died, and ihc Speaker issued his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crowii to make out a new Writ, July 1795.—^ Lieu- 
tenant- Col one l-Coromandalit of a Regiment of Light Hoise. 



I Eldest Son of Lord Grey of Ho-wfci ; appointed First Lord of 
the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, February 5, i8c6, he was re- 
chosen ; from April i, 1806, he was stiled Viscount Howick, his Fa- 
ther beinj) then created Viscount Howick and Earl Grey; appointed 
one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State ; 3 new Writ is-- 
sued, iSod, he was re-chosen. 



PAltUAMENTART REGISTER. 171 



Pari No. 126. Ifewcastle-upon-Tyne. 

11 Sir Walter Blacket, bt. Matthew Ridley, esq. 

1 2 Sir Walter Blacket, bt. Matthew Ridley, esq. 
IS Sir Walter Bucket, bt. Matthew Ridley, esq. 

14 Sir Waltei- Blacket, bt.' Sir Matt. W. Ridley, bt.* 
Sir John Trevelyan, bt. 

15 Andrew R. Bowes, esq. Sir Matt. W. Ridley, bt. 

1 6 Charles Brandling, esq. Sir Matt. W. Ridley, bt. 

17 Charles Brandling, esq. Sir Matt. W. Ridley, bt. 

18 Charles Brandling, esq.^Sir Matt. W. Ridley, bt. 



1 Sir Matt. WJ Ridley, bt." Charles J. Brandling, esq. 

2 Sir Matt. W. Ridley, bt. Charles J. Brandling, esq. 
S Sir Matt. W. Ridley, bt. Charles J. Brandling, esq. 

I Died, a new Writ ordered, February 15, 1777.— « Son of the 
late Member.—^ Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the 
Countj oi Buckingham \ a new Writ ordered, December 20, 1797. 

Pari. 14. j^ndrew Rohinson Bowes ^ esq. petitioned against Sir 
jfobn Trevelyan, bart. but the Committee found the sitting Member 
dulj elected. 

f An Alderman^ and Banker in 'Sevicastle-upon-Tyne. 



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Pari. No. 127. Morpeth. 

1 1 Thomas Duncombe, esq. Robert Ord, esq.' 

SirM.Fetherstonhaugh, bt. 

12 Thomas Duncombe, esq. John, Lord Garlics.* 

13 Peter fieckford, esq. Sir Matt W. Ridley, bt. 

14 Francis Eyre, esq.' PeterDelme, esq. 
Hon William Byron.* 

Gilbert Ellior, esq.^ 
John Wm. Egerton, esq.* 

15 Anthony Scorer, esq.' PeterDelme, esq. 

> Made Chief Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland; a new Writ 
ordered, Novembrr 23, 1755. — ' LIdest Son to the Lail oi Gal/oway. 
^Noi duly elected, January 27, 1775.— 4 Only Kon of Lord 
Byroa ; found to be duly elected, and ought to have been returned ; 
but Mr Ejre left at liberty to petition against him, if he thought 
proper ; died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of 
the Crown for a new Writ, July 14, 1776. — 5 Eldest Son of the 
Right Honble. Sir Gilbert Elliot, bart. to whose Title he succeeded, 
January 14, 1777 ; ra^de Stcwatd of the three Cbillern Hunditdt 
in the County QiBuch; a new Writ ordered, February 1777, he 
■was chosen lor Roxburgbjbire.—^ Eldest Son of the Eishop of Dur- 
ham; a Captain of IJtagoons. — 7 Made a Commissioner of Trade 
and Plantations; a new Writ ordered, June 3, 1781, he was re- 
elected ; made Secretary to His Majesty's Embassy at the Court of 
Versailles, 1783. 

Pari. 13. Francis Eyre, esq. petitioned, but the Committee found 
the sitting Members duly elected, March 3, 1769. 

Pari. 14. The Honble. William Byron and Thomas Char/es Blgge, 
esq. petitioned. The Committee ft-und Mr De/m^dvlj elected ; Mr 
Bigge not duly elected ; Mr Eyre not duly elected ; the Honble. IV, 
Byrtin duly elected, and ought to have been returned; but left Mr 
£tirf at liberty to petition within fourteen Days, if he thought proper, 
January 27, 1775. ^s Eyre petitioned, but afterwards requested 
leave to withdraw it, which was granted. 



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'VA1LLXAMEKTAR7 RIOI8TEK. 178 



Pari. No. 127. Morpeth continued. 

1 6 Sir James Erskine, bu* Peter Delink, esq.^ 

Thomas Gregg, esq. 

17SirJ.StClairEr8kme,bt."* Thomas Gregg, esq-'^ 

George, Vise. Morpeth." 

18 \^niliam Huskison, esq.'^ George, Vise. Morpeth* 

I Greoige, Vise. Morpeth.' William Huskison, esq. 
8 George, Vise. Morpeth* William Ord, esq. 
S Hon. William Howard.^ William Ord, esq. 

' A Major of Dragoons ^ iua<ie Director of the Cbancerj in Scot^ 
l4mi% a new Writ ordered, February 14, l^^Sy be was re-elected j 
injnlj 2789, took the Name of St Clair. — 9 firother-ia law to tbe 
£arl of C^HisIe \ died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, August 22, 1789.-— 
*^lbd« a Lieutenant-Colonel of Dragoons ; made Adjutant Geqe- 
fal to the Fprcet at 7ouIon ; made Alde-de-Camp to the King, May 
1793.— -<< Made Steward of the three Cbilttrn Hundreds in the Coun- 
tj A Buckingham \ a new Writ issued, December 30, 1794-^1% Eld- 
est Son of the Earl of Cariisie.-^^^ Under Secretary in tbe Office of 
tbe Right Honble. Henry Dundas^ one of His Majestj^s Principal 
Secretaries of State. 



> Eldest Son of the Earl of Carlisle. — « Made a Member of the 
Sssi LuHa Board of Cootroul \ a new Writ issued, February lo, 
i8o6| he was re-elected.- 3 Second Son of the Earl of £Vrr/ix/#. 



{7^ 1>AK.LIAMEKTAK.7 REGISTEK. 

Part. No. 128. Benvick'Uimi-Tweed. 

1 1 Thomas Watson, esq. John Delaval, esq. 

12 Thomas Watson, esq.* John Crauford, esq.' 
Wilmot,L.Vt. Lisburne.' Sir John H. Delaval, bt. 

1 3 Robert Paris Taylor, esq. Sir John H. Delaval, bt. 

14 Hon. John Vaughan.* Jacob Wilkinson, esq.* 

15 Hon. John Vaughan. Sir John H. Delaval, bt.* 

1 6 Hon, John Vaughan, John Hassey, L. Delaval.^ 

17 Hon, John Vaughan.* Sir Gilbert Elliot, bt. 
John Callendar, esq. Hon. Charles Carpenter.'* 

18 John Callendarj esq. George Earl of Tyrconnel. 



1 George E. ofTyrconnel. Sir John Callendar, bt. 

2 John Fordyce, esq.' Thomas Hall, esq.* 
Francis Sitwell, esq. Alexander Allan, esq. 

3 Sir John Callendar, bt. Alexander Tower, esq. 

■ Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and a Major-General at Belleisle 
and in Partu^a/ ; died, a new Writ ordered, Januarj' lO, 1765.— 
3 Made Steirard of the Manor of Shi'/'for, in Berkshire ; a new Writ 
ordered, December 17, l-]6^.--iOi Ireland ; Lord Lieutenant and 
Custas koluiorurn of Cardiganshire. — 4 Brother to the Earl of Lu- 
barne ; a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army ; made Colonel of a Re- 
giment of Foot, and a Major-General ; msde Governor of Fort Wi/. 
Ham, and in r78o made Governor of Berwick-upon-Tweed. — 5 A 
Merchant in London. — * Created Lord Delaval in the Kingdom of 
Ireland, September 1783.— 7 Created Lox& Delaval, Baronof Z)e/ff- 
Wfl/inthe County ai NorlbumberlanJ. The Speaker issued his War- 
rant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, August 7, 
1786.— 8 Made a Knight of the Bath in Aug, 1791 ; made Comman- 
der in Chief at the Leeward Islands in 1795 ; died at Merliaico in 
June 1795. The Speaker is=;ued his Warrant to the Clerk of the 
Crown to make out a new Writ August 18, 1795,— 9 Next Bro- 
ther to the Earl of lyrconnel ; a Captain in the Navy. 

Pari. II. 'John Wilkes, esq, petitioned; renewed it the second 
Session, but on February 5, 1756, requested leave to withdra.w it, 
which was granted. 

'Surveyor-General of the Crown lands; not duly elected.— 
a Not duly elected. 



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Pari. 2; Sir J, Ca/Zendar and Daniel Ord^ esq. and the Commit- 
tee found It was a void Election, but that the Petitions were neither 
frivolous or vexatious, March 6, 1803^ a new Writ ordeied, March 
7, 1803. 



Pari. No. 129. Nottinghamshire. 

1 1 Lord Robert Sutton/ John Thornhaugh, esq.* 

12 Lord Robert Sutton. ^ John Hewet, esq. 
Hon. Tho WiUoughby.* 

IS Hon. Tho. Willoughby.'* John Hewet, esq. 

14 Hon. Tho. Willougbby.^ Henry, Earl of Lincoln.^ 
Lord E. C. C. Bentinck.'^ Charles Medows, esq. 

15 LordE. C. C. Bentinck. Charles Medows, esq.^ 
J 6 Lord L. C. C. Bentinck. Charles Medows, esq.^ 

17 LordE. C. C. Bentinck. Charles Medows, esq. 

18 Lord W. C. Bentinck.'* Hop. Evelyn Pierrepont, 



10 
II 



1 Lord W. C. Bentinck.' Hon. C. H Pierrepont.* 

2 Lord W. C. Bentinck.3 Hon. C. H. Pierrepont.^ 
Anthony Hart. Eyre, esq. 

S Anthony Hart. Eyre, esq. Rt. H Charles, Vt. Newark. 



I Second Son of the Duke of Rutland \ Colonel of a Regiment of 
Light Horse.— « Took the Name of Hewet in this Parliament. — 
3 Died, anew Writ ordered, November 30, J762. — 4 Only Bxother 
to Lord Middleion. — 5 Eldest Son of the Duke of Newcastle j died, 
a new Writ ordered, November 26, 1778. — ^ Succeeded his Brother 
as Lovd Middleton ; a new Writ ordered, December 1774. — 7 Only 
Brother to the Dukd of Portland.-^^ Nephew to the late Duke of 
Kingston, — 9 Took the Name of Pierrepont in 1788. — ^o Soon after 
the Dissolution of this Parliament he was created Baron Pierrepont 
of Holme Pierrepont^ and Viscount Newark in the County of Not- 
tingbam. — ^' Son of Viscount Newark, — »» Second Son of the Duke 
oi Portland \ Clerk of the Pipe, and a Lieutenant-Colonel of Dra- 
goons. * 



» Second Son of the Duke of Portland ; a Colonel in the Army \ 
Lieutenant-Colonel of the J4th Regiment of Dragoons; Clerk of the 

Pipe 



176 PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 

Pipe for Life ; Clerk of ilie Crown Leases, and Keeper of Records, 
Accounts, and Evidences, — » Eldest Son of Viscount Newark j a 
Captain in the Navy. — 3 Appoinled GoBernor of Madias or Fort St ' 
George, in the Eail Indies; made Steward of the three ChUlern 
Hundreds ; a new Writ ordered, April 25, 1803— 4 Trora ist April 
iSofi, he was Billed Viscount Ntwark, his Faihec being then crea- 
ted Earl Manveri. 



No. 1 30. Notlingham Toivn. 



Pari. 

11 G. Aug. Lord Vt. Howe.' 
Hon. Wiiliam Howe.* 

12 Hon. William Howe.' 

13 Hon. William Howe.* 

14 Hon. William Howe.' 



15 Daniel P. Coke, esq.' 
IH Daniel Parker Coke, esq. 
17 Daniel Parker Coke, esq. 
" 18 Daniel Parker Coke, esq. 



Sir Willoughby Aston, bt, 

John Piumtree, esq. 
John Piumtree, esq. 
Sir Charles Sedley, bt." 
Abel Smith, esq.' 
Robert Smith, esq.' 
Robert Smith, esq. 
Robert Smith, esq. 
Robert Smith, esq. 
Robert Smith, esq.'" 
Sir J. B. Warren, kb. & bt." 



1 SlrJ. B.Warren, KB. &bt.' Daniel Parker Coke, esq.' 

2 SirJ. B.Warren, KB. &bt. Joseph Burch, esq.' 

Daniel Parker Coke, esq. 

3 John Smith, esq. Daniel Parker Coke, esq. 



I Of Ireland ; has a Company in the Foot Guards, and Aide-de- 
Camp to the Duke of Cumbcrhind i made Colonel of a Regiment of 
Foot, and a Btigadier-Geneial in North America ; killed near Ti- 
eonderaqa ; anew Writ ordered, November z8, 1758. — * Second 
Brother to the deceased Member ; a Lieutenant Colonel in the Ar- 
my, — 3 Made a Brigsdier-General on the Expedition ajjainst the 
Island oiBelleisle in 1761, and in 1762 made Adjutant-General 10 
the Forces sent against ihc Haiianriab ; made Lieutenant-Governor 
of the IsU 0/ mg/jt.—A Made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and a 
Major-General. — S Made Commander in Chief of His Majesty's 
Land Forces in Norlii ^tntrice ; a General in that Country, and one 



PARLIAMENTARY R£0IST£R4 177 



of His Majesty *8 Commissioners for making Peace with the rebelli- 
ous Colonies ; made a K. fi.— -^ Died, and the Speaker issued his Waf* 
rant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, September jo, 1779* 
—7 A Banker in Nottingbarh j in this Parliament before for AldbQ* 
rough in Yorkshire 5 died, a new Writ ordered, I779*-^ 

* Brother to the Member for Norfolk,'--9 A Banker in NotUngha/ft. 
— w Created Lord Carrington in Ireland; created Lord Carrington 
in Great Britain. A new Writ ordered, November 2, 1797. — ^' Cap- 
tain in His Majesty's Navy ; made Rear- Admiral of the Blue, 



» Rear- Admiral of the Blue 5 Envof Extraordina^ to the Em- 
peror of Russia. — * A Barrister at Law.— *3 Not duly elected. 

Pari. 2* Danief Parker Coke^ esq. petitioned, and several of the 
Inhabitants presented Petitions. The Committee found that Jo^ 
seph Burch^ esq. was not duly elected, that Daniel Parker Coke^ esq. 
was not duly elected, that neither the Petitions or the Opposition to 
them was frivolous or vexatious, but that the Conduct of the Mayor 
and several of the Aldermen and other Electors, was extremely illegal 
and oppressive ; and the Chairman moyed the House that no new 
Writ be issued until the Conduct of the Mayot and othefs be examin- 
ed, and that the Proceedings of the Committee be printed for the use 
of the Members of the House, March 14, 1803, to which the House 
agreed. A new Wsit ordered. May 20, 1803. 

Pari. 2. Mr Coke and several of the Electors petitioned. 

ParL 3. Several of the Voters petitioned against the Election of 
John Smith and Daniel Parker Coke^ esqrs. Ordered to be tried; Jan^ 
22, 1807. 



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Pari. No. 131. East Retford. 

1 1 John White, esq. John Shelley, esq.' 

12 John White, esq. John Shelley, esq.* 

1 3 John Offley, esq. Sir Cecil Wray, bt. 

14 Lord Tho. P. Clinton.' Sir Cecil Wray, bt. 
Hon, William Hanger,* 

Lord John P. Clinton.^ 

15 Lord John P. Clinton." Wharton Anicotts, esq. 
Thomas, E. of Lincoln.' 

16 Thomas, E. of Lincoln.' Wharton Amcotts, esq. ^ 

17 Thomas, E. of Lincoln.' Sir John Ingilby, bt. 

18 WiliiamH Clinton, esq-'° 

William Petrie, esq. Sir Wharton Amcotts, bt. 

1 William Petrie, esq. Sir Wharton Amcotts, bt. 

2 Robert Craufurd, esq.' John Jaffray, esq 

3 Charles Crauford, esq.* Thomas Hugham, esq- 



1 Appointed Keeper of the Records in tlie Tower ; a new Writ or- 
dered, November 15, 17^5, he was re elected ; appointed Clerk of 
the Pipe ; a neiv Writ ordered, January 28, i7J7i Se was re-elected. 
— ^IVIade Treasurer of His Majesty's Housbold, and sworn of the 
Privy Council ; a new Writ ordered, November 22, 1766, he was 
re-elected. — 3 Second Son of the Duke ai Ne-j)caslle i a Captain of 
Dragoons ; made his Election for Wesiminsier ; a new Writ ordered, 
January 27, 1 775. — 4 Next Brother to Lord Co/eraine oi the King- 
'dum oUre/an J ; made Steward of the three Chillern HundreJs \n 
the County of Bucks ; a new Writ ordered, '778. he was 

chosen for ^Idbormgb in YorkMre.~% Third Son of the Duke of 
Newcanle. — "^ |n jjeccmber i78omadea Lord of the Bedchamber to 
tlie I'Mtice of Wales; died, a new Writ ordered, December 1781.— 
7 Eldest Sou to the Duke of NewcaitU ; a Lieutenant-Colonel in the 
Army ; made.Aide-de-Camp to the King ; made Colonel of a Regi- 
ment of Light Dragoons. — ^ Made a Maior-General in 1787. — 
B succeeded his Father as Duke of Newconle ; a new Writ ordered, 
February 26, 1794.—'° Son of Sir Henry Clinlon, K. B. ; an Officer 
iu the Army ; made Captain of a Company in the Foot Guards. 



i^ArliaMentary Rsc^idf £it; 179 



> A Colonel In the Army 5 Under Secretary of State for the War 
l>epartment. — » A Major- General ; Lieutenant-Governor of Tin- 
moutb Cnstle. 

Pari. 2. Wm, Bcailes^ jun. and Henry Bonbam^ esqrs. petitioned, 
Bnd the Chairman of the Committee that tried this Election reported 
to the House, that the sitting Members were duly elected, ^nd that 
the Petition was not frivolous or vexatious. 



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PqrU iyj?. 132* Newark^ 

11 John Manners, esq.* i- Staunton Charieton, escj.' 

12 John Manners, esq. Thomas Thoroton, esa. 
IS John Manners, esq. Rt.. Hon. John Shelley*^ 

14 George Sutton, esq.* Henry Clinton, esq,* 

15 Lord George Sutton.f Sir Henry Clinton, k.b. 
J. Manners Surton, esq.^ 

16 J. Manners Sutton, esq. C. John, Lord Mulgrave.* 

17 Thomas M. Sutton, esq. William Crosbie, esq.^ 

18 Thomas M. Sutton, esq.** Mark Wood, esq. 



1 Mark Wood, esq. Sir Thomas M. Sutton, kt/ 

2 Sir C. Maurice Pole, bt.* Sir Thomas M. Sutton, kt.^ 

Henry Willoughby, esq. 
S Stapleton Cotton, esq."* Henry Willoughby j esq. 



» Chairman of the Committee of Supply. — * Made Keeper of His 
Majesty's Palace oi Whitehall \ a new Writ oidered, May 26, 175^^ 
be was re-elected. — 3 Treasurer of the Houshold 5 Keeper of the 
Records in the Tower, and Clerk of the Pipe.-^ Eldest Son of 
Lord George Sutton. — 5 Cousin to the Duke of Newcastle ; Colonel 
of a Regiment of Foot \ a Major-General, and Groom of the Bed- 
chamber to the Duke of Gloucester ; made Governor of Limerick in 
Ireland \ Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons, and a K.B. ^ appointed 
Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Land Forces in North Ameri^ 
ca^ and one of His Majesty's Commissioners for treating of Peace 
with the rebellious Colonies.—^ Uncle to the Duke of Rutland ; 
died, anew Writ ordered, January 21, 1783. — 7 Son of the deceas- 

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ed Member ; ha» a Company in the Foot Guards. — ^ 0£ Ireland ; 
Joint Paymaster-General pf the Land Forces in Great Britain, and 
it Captain in the Navy. On the Dissolution oF this Parliament he 
was created Baron Mulgrave of Mulgra'ae in the County of York.-^ 
9 A Colonel in the Army; made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, 
and a Major-General. — '° Made a Welsh judge ; a new Writ order- 
ed, July 20, 1797, he was re-chosen. 

Pari. 17. William Paxton, esq. petitioned. On the 2d of Marcb 
J791 the Chairman of (he Committee that tried this contested Elec- 
tion reported to the House, that the sitting Members were duly 
elected, and that they found the Right of voting for Members to serve 
in Parliament for the Borough of Newari in the County of Nolling- 
bamto be in the Mayor, Aldermen, and all the Inhabitants paying 
Scot and Lot within the said fiorough. 



I Cousin to the Doke of Rotlaad, and SollcitocGeneral to tke 
King. — ' A Vice-Admiral of the Blue ; appointed a Commissiooet 
of the Admiralty i a new Writ ordered, Feb. 10. 1806.— 3 Made 
one of the Barons of the Exchequer s a new Writ ordered, February 
I, 1805. — ^ A Major- General, and Lieutenant -Col on el of the i6th 
Regiment of Dragoons. 



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Pari. No. 133. Oxfordshire. 

1 1 PhiKp, L. V.Wenman." I D. CThos. Ld. Vt. Parker/ 
Sir J. Dashwood, be." j R. i Sir Edw. Turner, bt/ 

12 Sir James Dashwood, bt. Lord Charles Spencer,* 
IS Philip, Ld. Vt. Wenman, Lord Charles Spenqer.* 

14 Philip, Ld. Vt. Wenman. Lord Charles Spencer.* 

15 Philip, Ld. Vt. Wenman. Lord Charles Spencer/ 

16 Philip, Ld. Vt. Wenman, Lord Charles Speneer. 

17 Geo. M. of Blandford.7 Philip Vise. Wenman. 

18 Lord Charles Spencer.' John Fane, esq. 
Lord Francis Spencer/ 



1 Lord Francis A. Spencer.' John Fane, esq. 

2 Lord Francis A; Spencer. John Fane, esq* 
2 Lord Francis A. Spencer. John Fane, esq. 

^ ' Declared not duly elected.—* « Declared duly elected, April 
23, 1755.— 3 Next Brother to the Duke of Marlborough \ made 
Out* Ranger of Wimisor Forest^ and Surveyor of His Majesty's Gar- 
dens and Waters j a new Writ ordered, December 20, 1762, he was 
re-elected ) appointed Comptroller of His Majesty's Houshold > a. 
new Writ ordered, April 18,1763, he was re-elected.-— 4 Of /r^/«W» 
— S Verdurer of Wbichwood Forest^ in the County of Oxford "^ and a 
Commissipner of the Admiralty.— 5 Made Treasurer of the Chamber \ 
a new Writ ordered, November 26, 1779, he was re-elected. — ^ Ap- 
pointed one of the Vice-Treasurers oi Ireland^ a new Writ ordered ^ 
December 6, 1782, he was re-elected.— 7 Eldest Son of the Duke of 
Mar/borougb,'-^^ Made Joint Paymaster-General ; a new Writ or- 
dered, February 19, i8oi.— 9 Second Son to the Duke of ilftfr/i^f- 
rottgb. 



Second Son of the Duke of Marlborough. 

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Pari. No. 1 34. Oxford University. 

1 1 Sir Roger Newdigate, bt. Peregrine Palmer, esq: 

12 Sir Roger Newdigate,bt. Peregrine Palmer, esq.' 

Sir Walter Vf. Bagot, bt.' 
Sir William Dolben, bt. 

13 Sir Roger Newdigate, bt. Francis Page, esq. 

14 Sir Roger Newdigate, bt. Francis Page, esq. 

15 Sir Roger Newdigate, bt. Francis Page, esq. 

1 6 Sir William Dolben, bt. Francis Page, esq, 

17 Sir William Dolben, bt. Francis Page, esq. 

18 Sir William Dolben, bt. Francis Page, esq.* 

Sir William Scott, kt.* 

1 Sir William Dolben, bt. Sir Wm. Scott, kt. lld.' 

2 Sir William Dolben, bt. Sir Wm. Scott, kt. lld. 

3 Rt. Hon. Chas. Abbot.' Sir Wm. Scott, kt. lld. 



' Died, a new Writ ordered, December 7, 1762.—^ Died, a new 
Writ ordered, January 35, 1768.-3 Made Steward of the three 
(IbUtern Huadreds ; a new Writ ordered, March 13, 1801. — 4 Judge 
of the Hig^ Conrt of Admiralty | in (his Parliatnent before for 
Dovinton. 



" Judge of the High Court of Admiralty oi EnglauJ ; Vicar-Ge- 
neral to the Archbishop of Canlerbury ; Master of the Faculties j 
Chancellor of the Diocese of London, and Commissary of the City 
and Diocese of Canterbury j Brother to Lord Eldon. — * Speaker of 
tlie last House of Commons, — 3 A Lord of Trade and Plantations j 
Recorder of Or/oro', and Kceperofthc Privy Seal of //■e/afl</. Cho: 
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IParl. No. 135. Oxford City. 

11 Hon* Robert Lee. ITiomas Rowney, esq.* 

Sir Thomas Stapylton, bt. 

12 Hon. Robert Lee.' Sir Thomas Stapylton, bt. 
-"13 Hon. WiUiam Harcourt.^ George Nares, esq.^ 

Lord Robert Spencer.^ 



14 Hon. Peregrine Bertie.^ 

15 Hon. Peregrine Bertie. 

1 6 Hon. Peregrine Bertie.* 

17 Hon. Peregrine Bertie.* 
Arthur Ann^ey, esq. 

16 Henry Peters, esq. 



Lord Robert Spencer. 
Lot4 Robert Spencer.^ 
Lord Robert Spencer. 
Francis Burton, esq.^ 

Francis Burton, esq. 



1 Francis Burton, esq.* Henry Peters, esq. 

2 John Atkyns Wright, esq. Francis Burton, esq.* 

3 John Atl^ns Wright, esq. Francis Burton, esq. 



* Uncle to the Earl oi Litchfield, — ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, 
No f^ m b e r 13, 1759.-3 Second Son of Earl Harcourt ) a Groom of 
His Muesty^s Bedchamber, and a Lieutenant-Colonel of Dragoons. 
-*4 Made a Judge in the Court of Common Pleas \ a new Writ or- 
dered, January 25, 177 1.— 5 Second Brother of the Duke of Mar/- 
borough \ a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations \ In the farmer 
part of this Parliament for Woodstock. — ^ Brother to the Earl of 
Abingdon \ a Captain in the Navy.— 7' Made one of the Vice-Trea- 
surers of /r^ils/ii/ 5 a new Writ ordered, May 24, 1782, he was re- 
elected.--* Died before the Parliament met ; a neW Writ ordered, 
November 25, 1790.— 9 Second Justice of Chester ; one of His Ma- 
jesty*sL Counsel at Law, and Recorder of the Borough of Wood' 
stock. V 



I Second Justice of Chester^ and King's Counsel.—* Joint Justice 
oi Chester^ and Recorder of Oflf/or</ and Woodstock, 



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Pari. No. 136. Woodstock. 

II John Vise. Bateraan.' Anthony Keck, esq. 

13 John Vise. Bateman.' Anthony Keck, esq.' 

Hon. William Gordon.* 

1 3 Lord Robert Spencer.* Hon. Wiiliam Gordon. 
John Skynner, esq." 

14 John Skynner, esq.* William Eden, esq.' 
George Vise. Parker.'' 

15 George Vise. Parker. Rt. Hon. William Eden." 
iG Sir H. W. Dashwood, bt. Francis Burton, esq." 

17 Sir H. W. Dashwood, bt. I-ord Henry Spencer." 

Ralph Ld. Lavington, kb.'* 

1 8 Sir H- W. Dashwood, bt. Ralph Ld. l^vington, kb. 



1 SirH- W. Dashwood, bt. Charles Moore, esq. 

2 Sir H. W. Dashwood, bt. Charles Abot, esq.' 

3 Sir H. W. Dashwood, bt. Hon. William F. Eden.* 



■ Of the Kingdom al Ireland; made a Coramissioner of the Ad- 
miralty ; a new Writ ordered, December 22, 1755, be was re-elect- 
ed ; ni.ide Treasilrer of the Houshold i a new Writ ordered, Decem- 
ber 2, 1756, he was re-elected ; made Master of the Buck Hounds ; 
& new Writ ordered, July 1, 1757, he was re-elected, — ^ Lord Lieu- 
tenant and Cuuos Rmukrutn of Hertfordshire —3 Died, a new Writ 
ordeied, June i, 1767. — 4 Next Brother to the Eatl oi ^berdetn ; a 

Lieutena!it. Colonel in the Army i Second Brother to the Diike of 

Marlbcrough \ made a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations; ■ 
new Writ'ordered, April 2^, 1770, he was re-elected i made Steward 
iiflhe Manor of£flx( H^ni^rerfin the County of Btrij- ; a new Writ 
lirdeted, January 2j, 1771, he was elected for the City oi Oxford— 
* Attorney-General of the Duchy Court of Lancaster ; made a Welsh 
Judge; anew Writ ordered, Aprils, 177Z, he was re-elected.— 
7 Under Secretary to the Earl of J7/^o/i, one of His Majesty's Prin- 
cipal Secretaries of State, and Auditor o( Greenwich Hospiiul; made 
a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations ; a new Writ ordered, 
March 1776, he was re-elected ; made one of the Commissioners to 
treat, consult, and agree upon the Means of quieting the Disor- 
fleis subsisting in certain of His Majesty^ Colonies, Plantations, and 
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Provinces in North America^ April 13, 1779. — ' Made Lord Chief 
Baron of the Court of Exchequer y a new Writ ordered, November 
27^ 1777."— 9 Eldest Son of the Earl oi Macchsfield \ made a Lord 
of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales, ^^"^^ Made Secretary to 
the Lord Lieutenant tA Ireland \ in 1780 made one of the Vice-Trea* 
surers of Ireland \% new Writ ordered^ April 4, 1783) he was re- 
elected, and sworn a Member of the Privy Council.— i^ King's 
Counsel ; made a Welsh Judge % a new Writ ordered^ July 1788, 
he ,was re-elected. — 12 Second Son of the Duke of Marlborough \ 
Secretary of Legation at the Hague \ made Envoy Extraordinary 
aod Plenipotentiary at the Court oi Stockholm, July I3> 1793 \ in 
March 1795 made Envoy Extraordinary at the Court of Berlin^ 
where he died July 3, the same year. The Speaker jssued his War- 
rant for a new Writ, October 11, 17951 to the Clerk of the Crown.-— 
}Z Of the Kbgdom of Ireland, 



< Speaker of the House \ Recorder of Oxford^ and Keeper of the 
jPrivy Seal oi Ireland.-^^ Eldest Son of Lord Auckland \ one of the 
Tellers o^the Exchequer, 



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Pari. No. 137. Banhuri). 

1 1 Frederick Lord North.' 

12 Frederick Lord North. 

13 Frederick Lord North.* 
1-1 Frederick Lord North.^ 
1,5 Frederick Lord North.* 

1 6 Frederick Lord North. 

17 Frederick Lord North.* 
George Augustus, Lord North.* 
Hon. Frederick North.' 
William Holbeach, esq. 

18 Dudley North, esq. 



1 Dudley North, esq. 

2 Dudley North, esq. 

3 William Fread, jun. esq. 



I Eldest Sod of the Earl of Guilford i made a Commisslonet of the 
Treasury ; a new Writ ordered. May ag, 1759, he wa> re-elected; 
mude Joint Paymaster- General of the Land Torces, £cc. ; a new 
Writ ordcied, November 11, 1766, he was re-elected ; made Chan- 
ceUorand Unrfec Tieasurer of the Exchequer; anew Writ ordered, 
November 23, 1767, he was te-elected. — ' Made First Lord Com- 
missioner of the Treasury, and continued Chancellor and Under Trea- 
surer of the Exchequer; anew Writ ordered, February 17JO, he 
was re-elected. — I Made Lord Warden of the Cinqut-Forts ; 3 new 
Writ ordered, June 5, 1778, he was re-elected. — 4 Made one of His 
Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State ; a new Writ ordered, April 
3, 1783, he was re-elected ; made Lord Lieutenant and Cmtos Rotu- 
lorum of the County of Somerset ; elected Chancellor of the Univer- 
sity of Oxford. — 5 Succeeded his Father as Earl of Guilford; a new 
Writ ordered, December 12, 1790. — ^Eldest Son of the Earl of 
Guilford ; in this Parliament before for PeUrsfeld; succeeded Ilia 
Father as Ear! of Guilford in July 1792. The Speaker issued his 
Warrant for a new Writ to the Clerk of the Crown, September 18, 
1791.— 7 Second Brother to the Earl ol Guilford; one of the Cham- 
berlains of the Exchequer; made Comptroller of the Customs of the 
Port of London ; a new Writ ordered, February 27, 1794- 



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ParL No. 188. Rutland County. 

1 1 Brownlow Ld. Burleigh/ Thomas Noel^ esq. 

Geo. B. Brudenell^ ts^.* 
12HomT.€haiilber8Cecil.^ Thomas Noel, esq. 
IS Geo..B. Bnid«CjieU) esq.^ Thomas Noel, esq. 

14 Geo. B. Brudenell, esq. Thomas Noel, esq. 

15 Geo. B. Brudefiell, esq. Thomas Noel, esq» 
x6 Geo. B. BrudeAell^ esq. Thomas Noel, esq. 

17 John Heathcote, esq.^ Gerrard N. Edwards, esq.* 

Gerrard N. Ixlwards, esq. 
Philip Lord Sherratd. 

18 Sir William Lowther, bt. Gerrard N. Edwards, esq. 

X Gerard N. £. Noel, e^.' Vacant. 

2 Gerard N. K Noel, esq. George Lord Carbery.* 

John Lord Henniker.^ 
S Gerard N* E. Noel, esq. John Lord Henniker. 

m. I -■_ X 

f £ldest Son of the Earl of Exgttr \ succeeded to the Peerage on 
the Death of his Father ^ a new Writ ordered, December 2, i754«-*-^ 
^ Cousin to the Earl of Cardigan ; one of His Majesty ^s Equerries. 
—3 Brother to the Earl oiExiter."^ One of the Clerks Comptrollers 
of the Board of Green Cloth.— 5 Died, a new Writ ordered, June 
i^g8.-—>^ Nephew to the Y»2ix\ oi Gainsborough \ in this Parliament 
before for Maidston^.^^1 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant 
to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, Sept. 5, 1795. 



» A Banker of Westminster.-^'^' Of Ireland\ died, a new Writ or^ 
dere^9 January 15, 1805.— 3 Of /r^/tfW. 



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No. 1 39. Salop County. 



1 1 Sir John Astley, bt. 

12 Sir John Asiley, bt, 

13 Sir John Astley, bt.* 

Sir Wat W- Wynne, bt. 

14 Noel Hill, esq. 

15 Noel Hill, esq.* 

i6 John Kynastoii, esq. 

17 John Kyn. Powell, esq.* 

18 John Kyn. Powell, esq. 



Richard Lyster, esq. 
Richard Lyster, esq.' 
Charles Baldwin, esq. 
Charles Baldwin, esq. 

Charles Baldwin, esq. 
Richard Hill, esq.^ 
Sir Richard Hill, bt. 
Sir Richard Hill, bt. 
Sir Richard Hill, bt. 



1 Sir Richard Hill, bt. 

2 Sir Richard Hill, bt. 

3 John Cotes, esq. 



John Kyn. Powell, esq. 
John Kyn. Powell, eeq. 
John Kyn. Powell, esq. 



I Died, anew Writ ordered, April 2i, 1766. — » Died, a new 
"Wiit orderedj February 5, 1772. — i Succeeded his Father as Baronet 
in 1783. — 4 Soon after the Dissolution of this Parliament he was cre- 
sted Baron Berwici of AUritigbam in the Couniy of Sahp. — 5 Took 
the Name oiPoviell\n this Parliament. 



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ParL No, 140. Shrewsbury. 

1 1 Robert More, esq. Thomas Hill, esq. 

12 Robert Clive, esq. Thomas Hill, esq. 
IS Robert Lord Clive, kb.' Noel Hill, esq.* 

14 Robert Lord Clive, kb.' Charlton Leighton, esq.^ 
Thomas Corbett, esq. William Pulteney, esq.* 

15 Sir Charlton Leighton, bt. William Pulteney, esq. 

16 SirCharltonLeighton,btA^ William Pulteney, esq. 
JohaHill, esq.^ 

17 John Hill, esq. William Pulteney, esq.^ 

18 Hon. William Hill. Sir William Pulteney, bt. 

1 Hon. William Hill.' Sir William Pulteney, bt. 

2 Hon. William Hill.^ Sir William Pulteney, bt.* 

John Hill, esq. 
S Hon. ^lliam Hill. Hon. Henry Grey Bennet.* 

' A Major-General in the East Indies \ created Lord Ciive^ Baron 
oi Plassey in the Kingdom of Ire/and^ March 15^ 1762; made a 
Knight of the Bath in .-— ^ Son of the late Member.-^3 Died, 

a aew Writ ordered, November 25, 1774.-— 4 Not duly elected.— 
5 Duly elected, and ought to have been returned ; second Son of Sir 
James Johnstone^ bart.— -^ Died ; the Speaker issued his Warrant to 
the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, November 1784. 
—7 Brother to Sir Richard Hiil^ bart. Member for the County,— 
S Succeeded his Brother as Baronet in August 1 794. 

Pari. 13. William Pulteney^ esq. petitioned ; not renewed the 2d 
Session. 

Pari. 14. William Pulteney^ esq. and several of the Voters peti- 
tioned against Mr Charlton^ s Klectton. On the 8th of March 1775, 
the Chairman of the Committee appointed to try this contested Elec* 
tion, reported to the House, that William Puhemy, esq, the Peti* 
tioner, was duly elected, and ought to have been returned. 



* Brother to Lord Berwici, — * Died, a new Writ ordered. May 
31, 1805.— 3 Appointed His Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary to the 
Elector of Bavaria^ March 1805. — 4 Son of the Earl of Tanherville \ 
a Captain in the Navy. 

Pari. 3. esq. and others, petitioned against Mr 

Bennetts Election. 



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Pari. No. 141. Bridgenortk. 

i: William Whitmore, esq.' Hon. John Grey.' 

12 William Whitmore, esq.^ Hon. John Grey. 

1 3 William Whitmore, esq.^ George Lord Pigot.* 
Thomas Whitmore, esq.' 

1 4 Thomas Whitmore, esq. George Lord Pigot-' 

Hugh Pigot, esq.^ 

1 5 Thomas Whitmore, esq. Hugh Pigot, esq.' 

i6 Thomas Whitmore, esq. Isaac Hawkins Browne, esq. 

1 7 Thomas Whitmore, esq." Isaac Hawkins Browne, esq. 
John Whitmore, esq." 

1 8 John Whitmore, tsq. Isaac Hawkins Browne, esq. 

1 John Whitmore, esq. Isaac Hawkins Browne, esq. 

2 John Whitmore, esq.' Isaac HawkinsBrowne, esq." 

3 John Whitmore, esq, Isaac Hawkins Browne, esq. 

■ Brother to Sir rbomai IVbltmore, K. B. ; a Major in the Foot 
Guards I made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, anda Majar-Geaeral. 
— » Brother to the Earl of htamford; a Cktk Comptroller of the 
Board of Greeo Cloth 3 Made a Lieutenant- General ; made War- 
den of the Mint ; a new Writ ordered, March 26, 1766, he was re- 
elected.— 4 Of the Kingdom ai Ireland. — sDied, and the Speaker 
issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new- 
Writ, August 1771.—* Nephewof the deceased Member.— 7 Made 
Governor of Tort St George or Madras in the Eojl Indies ; a new- 
Writ ordered, 1778.— 8 Second Brother of Lord Ptgat, 
Vlce-Admiral of the White— 9 Made a Commissioner of the Admi- 
rnlty ; a new Writ ordered, March 17, 1782, he was re-elected.^ 
10 Died, a new Writ ordered, April 20, i-gj. — " A Director of the 
'Riv^al England. 

1 A Director of the Bank of England. 



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191 



Pari 



1 1 Richard Hei4)ert, eeq.* 
Edward Herbert, esq. 

12 Edward Herbert, esq. 
IS Edward Herbert, esq.^ 

Thomas Herbert, esq.^ 

14 Hon. Edward Clhre.^ 

15 Hon. Edward Clive.« 

16 Edward Lord Clire. 

17 Edward Lord ahre.* 
Hon. Robert Clive** 

18 Hon. Robert CUve. 



1 Hon. Robert CKve.' 

2 Hon. Robert CKre. 
S Hon. Robert CBve. 



No* 142. Ludlotv. 

Henry Bridgman, esq.* 



Henry Bridgman, esq. 
William Fellows, esq. 

George Vise. Villiers.^ 
Frederick Cornwall, esq.^ 
Somerset Davies, esq. 
Richard Payne Knight, esq. 
Richard Payne Knight, esq. 

Richaird Payne Knight, esq. 



Richard Payne Knight, esq. 
Kichard Payne Knight, esq. 
Rt. Hon.Edward, Vt. Clive.* 



' Diedi a oew Writ ordered, December 2, 1754* — ^ Eldest Son of 
Sir Orlando Bru(ginait9 bart*— *3 Died, and the Speaker issued his 
Warcattt to tbe Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, i770.«-.- 

4 Son of the deceased Member'-**5 Eldest Son of Lord CAW.— ^ On- 
JI7 Sonof tl^e Countess of GranJison in Ireland.'^l A Captain in the 
NaTy ; died, a new Writ ordered, May ^, 1783.'^^ Succeeded his 
Father M I^rd Clw in 1774 ; Lord Lieutenant and Custas Rotulo- 
lorum <xf the County of ^tf/o^.-.-^ Colonel of the. County of Salop 
Militia ^ created Baron Qlive of Wakot in the County oiSalop^ Aug. 
14, 1794. The Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the 
Crown for a new Writ^ 1794.— Jo Next Brother to Lord 

Clive \ a Major in the Army. 



> Brother to Lord Ciive ; a Lieutenant Colonel in the Army.— 
- Eldest Son of the Earl of Poivis, 



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Pari. No. 143. Great Wenhck. 

11 William Forester, esq.' Brook Forester, esq.* 
George Forester, esq.' 

12 Cecil Forester, esq.''* Brook Forester, esq. 

1 3 George Forester, esq. Sir Henry Bridgman, bt. 

1 4 George Forester, esq. Sir Henry Bridgman, bt. 

15 Thomas Whittnore, esq. Sir Henry Bridgman, bt. 
George Forester, esq, 

16 John Bridgman, esq." Sir Henry Bridgman, bt. 
George Forester, esq. 

17 Cecil Forester, esq. Sir Henry Bridgman, bt.'' 

Hon. John Simpson.^ 

18 Cecil Forester, esq. Hon. John Simpson. 



1 Hon. John Simpson." Cecil Forester, esq. 

2 Hon. John Simpson. Cecil Forester, esq. 

3 Hon. John Simpson. Cecil Forester, esq. 

' Died, a new Writ ordered, November 23, 17^8. — ' Eldest Son 
oFthe other Member— 3 Eldest Son oi Brook Forester, esq, — 4 Bro- 
ther of the other Member, — S Made his Election for Bridgnorth ; a 
new Writ ordered, November 1780. — ^ Second Son of the other 
Member; look the Name of Amyijffn in ; made Steward of the 

three Chiltern Hundreds in the County ai Buckingham ; a new Writ 
ordered, 1 785.— 7 Created Baron Bradford of Bradjord in 

the County of Salop. The Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk 
of the Crown for a new Writ, August 179^.— ^ Second Son of Lord 
Bradford. 



» Brother to Lord Bradford. 



ifA^LiAm^kilLif ktMs^tm. 193 



Pm'h . No. 144* Bishop's Castle. 

1 1 f. pasKwood King, esq. Baniaby Black^n^dl, esq.' 

Walter Waring, 'esq. * 
Hon. Henry Grenville.^ 

l2lPrancis Child, esq.* J*eregrine Cust, esq.^ 
George Clive, esq. 

18 George Clive, esq* William Clive, esq.* 

Alexr. Wedderbum, esq.^ 

14 George Clive, esq. Henry Strachey, esq.' 

William Clive, esq.^ Alexr. Wedderburn, esq." 

Heftry Strachey, esq. 

1^ WillSam Cflhre; esc[. Himry Stfachey, esq." 

1 6 William Clive, esq. Henry Strachey, esq. 

fT Waiiani Clive, esq. Henry Strachey, esq.'* 

ifif WilKam Clive, esq. IJeiiry Strachey, esq. 



1 William Clive, esq. Sir Henry Strachey, bt.' 

2 William Clive, esq.* John Robinson, esq.^ 
3^ Wniiam Clive, esq. John Robinson, esq. 



* Died, and on Sir Robert de Cornewali^s withdrawing his Peti- 
tion, a new Writ was ordered, January 14, 17^5. — * Made Steward 
of the three CbUtern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new 
Writ was ordered, February 7, 1759. — 3 Third Brother to Earl 
Tem^e.''^ K Banker in London \ died, a new Writ ordered, Nov. 
16, 1763.— 5 Brother of Sir John Cust^ hart. — ^ A Cornet of Dra- 
goons^ made Steward of the Manor of East Hendrtdva the County 
oi Berks \ a new Writ ordered, January 10, 1770 — 7 In this Parlia- 
ment before for Richmond 'y made Solicitor- General to His Majesty ; 
a new Writ ordered, January 25, 1771, he was re-elected. — 8 Made 
Secretary to the Commissioners appointed for restoring Peace to His 
Majesty's Colonies in North America ; made Storekeeper to the Ord- 
nance ; a new Writ oidered, June 5, 1778.— 9 Died, a new Writ or- 
dered, April 1779 —^o Attorney-General to His Majesty; in this 
Parliament before for Oakhampton ; made Lord Chief Justice of the 
Court of Common Pleas, and the day following created Baron 
Loughborough of Loughborough ^ in the County of Leicester ; a new 
Writ ordered, June ij 1780.—^^ Under Secretary to the Rigl't H r., 

[vot# II*] O Thomas 



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Thomas TownsheaJ, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretatic* of 
State ; made Storekeeper lo the Ordnaoce j a new Writ ordered, 
April 3, 1783, he was re-elected. — ■' Made Master of the Household 
to His Majesty j a new Writ ordered, July 10, 1791, he was re- 
elected. 

Pari, II. Sir Robert de CorninaH, bart. petitioned, but afterwards 
requested leave to withdraw it, which was granted. 

Pari. II. Walter Waring^ esq. petitioned against George C/ive'r 
Elecrion ; on the 3d of February 1764, he requested leave to with- 
draw it, which (vas granted. 



' Master of His Majesty's Household. — * Found by the Commit- 
tee to be duly elected. — 3 Found by the Committee to be duly elect- 
ed, May 13, 1803. 

Pari. S. R. B. Robson and J. C. Kinchant petitioned ! tried May 
12, 1803, and &\x George Cornwall, President of the Committee, re- 
ported to the House, that the sitting Members were duly elected, and 
that ihc Petitions were frivolous and vexatious. May 13, 1803. 





Fad. 

11 Sir Charles K. Tynte, 

12 Sir Charles K.Tynte, 

13 Sir Charles K. Tynte, 

14 Edward Phellps, esq. 

15 Sir John Trevelyan, 

16 Sir John Trevelyan, 

17 Sir John Trevelyan, 



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No. 145. Somerset Coitnty. 



IS 'William Dickinson, 



bt. Thomas Prowse, estj. 
bt. Thomas Prowse, esq." 

Sir Thomas D. Acland, bt. 
bt. Richard Hipesley Cox, esq. 
Richard Hipes. Coxe, esq. 
bt. Richard Hipes. Coxc, esq. 
bt. Edward Phelips, jun. esq. 
bt- Edward Phelips, jun. esq.* 
Henry Hipes. Coxe, esq.* 
William GoreLangion, esq^ 
esq. William GoreX-angton, esq. 



1 William Dickenson, esq. William GoreLangton, esq. 

2 William Dickenson, esq.' William GoreLangton^ esq* 
8 Tho. B. Lethbridge, esq.* William Dickenson, esq. 

> Died, a new Writ ordered, January i6, 1767— 'Died, diid the 
Speaker issued his Warrant to the Cle.k of the CrOivn foe a new Writ, 
September 4, I7(J2. — 3 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant fur 
a new Writ, Augusiji, 179s- 



' Died, 8 n 
SniHertelibire, 



• Writ ordered. May 38. i8c6.— ' Of SanSUI, 



L 



1ft 



1 



Ids PAALIAMEHTAAV REGISTER. 



Pari 2ia. 146. Bristo!: 

J I Robat Nilgeftt, egq-* Richard Beckibrd, esq/ 

Jarrit Smith, esq. "■ 

12 Rt. Hon. Robt, Nugent^'' Jarrit Smith, esq.' 
78 Robert Vise. Clare.' Matthew Brickdale, esc^ 

14 Henry Cruger, esq. Edmund Burke, esq. 

15 Sir Henry Lippincott, bt.* Matthew Brickdale, esq, 
George Daubeney, esq. 

i6 Henry Cruger, esq. Matthew Brickdale, esq. 

17 Henry M. of Worcester,' J. Baker, Lord Sheffield." 

18 Charles Bragge, esq. J. Baker, Lord Sheffield. 

1 Hon. Charles Bragge.' John Lord Sheffield.* 

2 Rt. Hon. Chas. Bragge.' Evan Baillie, esq. 

9 Rt. Hon. Chas. Bragge.* Evan Baillie, esq. ' 



' Died, a new Writ ordered, February 23, iVJl). — ^ A Commi.5- 
sioneroflhe Treasury; made one of the Vice-Treasurers of /rf/oW; 
a new Writ ordered. Decernber 19, r759, he was re-elected. — 3 Cre- 
ated a Baronet of Great Brilaia, January 27, 1763. — 4lVradeFirst 
Commissioner of the Board of Trade and Plantations; a new Writ 
ordered, Dec, lo, 1766, he was re-elected ; created Viscount Clare 
ofthe Kingdom oUreland, January 27, 1767. — 3 Made one of the 
Vice- Treasurers ailretand; a new Writ ordered, June li, 1768, he 
was re-elected. — ^ Died, a new Writ ordered. January 178 1. — 7 Eld- 
est Son of the Duke of B^ou/or;.— 3 Of the Kingdom of /rf/fl«fl'. 

Pari. 14. Matthew Urichdale, esq. petitioned. On the joth of 
February 1775, the Chairman of the Committee appointed to try 
this contested Election, reported to the House, that the sitting Mem- 
bers were duly elected. 

Pail. 15. Henry Cruger, esq. petitioned against Mr Dauheney's 
Election. 

Pari. 16. George Daubeney, esq. and several Voters petitioned 
against Mr Cruger''^ Election, as did several Voters against Mr Brick' 
daWi ; renewed the 2d and 3d Sessions. The Chairman of the Com- 
mittee reported to die House, that the sitting Member* were dul^ 
elected. 

I Duly 



PARLIAMENTARY flLEGISTEH. 



' Treasurer of tUe Navy; a Barrister at Law. — * Of tte Kingdom 
of Inland— i Steward of the three Chillern Hundreds ; a new Writ 
ordered, Au^. 12, 1803, he was re-elected, and during the Vacancy 
was appointed Secretary at War ; he was re-chosen ; took, the Name 
of Ba/iarj-/, Oct. 24, 1804. In 1804, soon after the Dissolution of 
this Parliament he h as appointed Master and Worker of the Mint.— 
4 Master of the Mint. 



parU 



No. 147. Balk. 



1 1 Sir John Ligoiuer, kb.' 

] 2 John Viscount Ligonier.* 
Sir Johns. Sebright, bt.* 

13 Sir John S. Sebright, bt. 

14 Abel Moysey, esq. 

15 Abel Moysey, esq.* 

1 6 Abel Moysey, esq. 

17 Thos. Vl. Weymouth." 

IS Tfaos. Vt. "Weyraouth.'s 
Lord John Thynne.'" 

1 John Palmer, esq. 

2 John Palmer, esq. 

3 John Palmer, esq. 




RobCTt HenJey, esq.* 
Rt.HoQ. William Pitt.' 
Rt. Hon. William Pitt * * 
John Smith, esq. 
John Smith, esq. 
John Smith, esq.^ 
Sir John S- Sebright, bt.' 
Hon. John Jeffries Pratt.'° 
Hon. John JeiFries Pratt." 
John Jetf. Vise. I'ayham.'' 
SirR Pepper Arden, kt.'* 
Sir R. Pepper Arden, kt. 



Lord John Thynne." -^ 
Lord John Thynne. 
Lord John Thynne. 



in the Army; Colonel of the Royal Regiment of 

J Governor of P/ymoiitb, and Lieutenant-General of 

made Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces 

ind Colonel of the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 

led Viscount Ligonicr in the Kingdom of Ire- 

■ oi Baib, and Solicitor-Ge- 

neral to the Prince of Wales ; made Atlorney-General to His Majes- 

V Writ ordered, December a, 175^' ^^ w* re-elected j 

made Lord Keeper of the Great Seal ; a new Writ ordered, July 1, 

1757 — 3 One of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of Stale.— 

4 Made Steward of the Chihern Hundreds in the County ol Bucking- 

O 3 ham. 



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tarn, and soon after created Baron Ligoaier of Ripley, in the County 
oi Surrey., a new Writ ordered, April 19, 1763.— S Colonel of a Re- 
giment of. Foot, and a Major-Geneial. — * Created Earl oi Chatham ; 
a new Writ ordered, November ii, 1766. — 7 Died, a new Writ or- 
dcre4, November 15, 1775. — " Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and 
a Lieutenant- General. — 9 Made a Welsh Judge ; a new Writ order- 
ed, November 20, J777, he was re-elected. — 'o Only Son of Lord 
Camden \ a Teller of (he Exchequer ; made a Commissioner of the 
Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, July 10, 1782, he was reelected ; 
again made a Commissioner of the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, 
December 34, 1783, he was re-elected. — " From the 13th of May 
1786, he was stiled Viscount Beyham, his Father heing then raised 
to the Dignity of Earl Camden, &c. ; made a Commissioner of the 
Treasury; a new Writ ordtied, July 31 , 1789, he was re-elected.— 
12 Eldest Son of the Marquis of Bath. — '3 Succeeded his Father as 
Earl CamdcH ; a new Writ ordered, Apiil 28, 1794-—^ Master of 
the Rolls ; in ihis Parliament before for Mailings. — 'S Succeeded hU 
Father as Marquis of Bath ; a new Writ ordered, November 28, 
1796. — '^ becond Brother to the Maiquis of BofA j in this Parlia- 
jnent before for Weobtey. 

Pari. 12. Welter Long, esq. petitioned against Mr 5'nirVfi'j Elec- 
tion, February 10, 1766, Mr Smith was declared duly elected, 



.? Brother to the Marquis of Bath, and one of the Lords Commis- 
sioners of the Treasury ; made Vice.ChafnberUiti of His Majesty's 
Household; a new Writ ordered, July 30, 1804, he was re.chosen ; 
but his Lordship having through Inadvertency omitted to take the 
Oaths required by Law, his Seat became vacated, and a new Writ 
was ordered, March 18, 1805, he was re-elected. — A Biirwas 
brought into Parliament to relieve Lord >An Tbynne from certain 
Fenaltiei incurred through his Inadvertency, which passed into a 



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Part, No- 148. Wells. 

1 1 Edward Lord DIgby.' Charles Tudway^ ^q» 
Robert Digby, esq.* 

12 Henry Lord Digby.' Clement Tudway, esq. 
Peter Taylor, esq.* 

Robert Child, esq.' 

13 Robert Child, esq.^ Clement Tudway, esq. 

14 Robert Child, esq. Clement Tudway, esq. 

15 Robert Child, esq.^ Clement Tudway, esq. 
John Curtis, esq. 

i6 William Beckford, esq. Clement Tudway, esq. 
17 Henry B. Portman, esq. Clement Tudway, esq. 
IS Charles W. Taylor, esq. Clement Tudway, esq. 

1 Charles W. Taylor, esq. Clement Tudway, esq/ 

2 Charles W. Taylor, esq. Clement Tudway, esq. 

S Charles W. Taylor, esq. Clement Tudway, esq. 

*■ . . - -I . 

' Of the Kingdom of lreUnd\ Groom of the Bedchamber to the 
Prince of Wales ; died, a new Writ ordered^ December 6, 1757-— 
^ Brother to the deceased Member ; a Captain in the Navy. ~3 Of 
lrtltuid\ made a Commissioner of the Admiralty \ a new Writ order- 
ed, April 1 8, 17604 he was re-elected ; created Baron Dighy of 
Sherborne in the County of Dorset ; a new Writ ordered, December 
17, t765.-*— 4 Not duly elected. — 5 Duly cflected, and ought to have 
l>een retumed.-^^ A Banker in London.'^ Died \ the Speaker issued 
bis Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writj* 
August XI, 1782. 

Pari. II. Francis Gwyn^ esq. petitioned, but afterwards requested 
leave to withdraw it, which was granted. 

Pari. 12. Robert Tudway^ esq. the Mayor and Corporation, peti** 
tioned against the Return oi Peter Taylor^ esq. and the same having 
been heard at the Bar, the House found that Peter layhr^ esq. was 
not duly elected, but that Robert Cbild^ esq. was duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned, but left Mr Taylor at liberty to peti- 
tion against Mr Cbild^s Election, if he thought proper, January 
2766: Mr Tii^/or accordingly petitioned, but t>n the 24th of Febru- 
ary 1766, after the House had made consideraole progress in it, he 
Ki^quest^ ^4ve to withdraw his Petition, w(uch the House granted. 

O4 Pari. 



FARLIAMBNTAKY R£CIST£K. 



Pari, 13. Pticr Taylor, esq. pelhioned. On the 9tli of M&ra]) 
1769. ihe Chairman of the Committee reported the sitting Members 
to be duly elected. 



Pari. 



No. 149 Taunton, 



1 1 George Lord Carpenter.' 

12 George E. ofTyrconnel.* 
Lawrence Sullivan, esq* 

1 3 Alexander Pophara, esq.^ 

14 Hon. Ed. Stratford, esq.^ 
AlexanJerPophani, esq,'" 

15 John Roberts, esq.'* 
Benjamin Hammet, esq.'' 

16 Benjamin Hammet, esq. 

17 Benjamin Hammet, esq. 
48 Sir Btnj. Hammet, kt. 



John Halliday, esq*' 
Robert Maxwell, esq.' 
Robert Vise. Faraham.* 

Nathaniel W^b, esq. 

Nathaniel Webb, esq." 
John Halliday, esq." 
Jobn Halliday, esq. 

Alexander Popham, €sq.' 
Alexander Popham, esq. 
William Moreland, esq. 



1 John Hammet, esq.' 

2 John Hammet, esq. 

3 John Hiimmel, esq. 



William Mereland, esq.' 
■William Moreland, esq. 
Alexander Baring, esq. 



I Died. 3 neiv Writ ordered, December a, 1754. — ' Of the King- 
dom ot Ireland. Soon after the Dissolution of this Parliament bis 
Majesty «as pleased to advance him to the Dignity of Earl of i'yr- 
tonnel in Inland.— ^i Eldest Son of "John iiaxwcU, esq whom hU 
Majesty was pleased to create Baron Farnham in Ireland, May 6, 
1756, to Tfhich Peerage he succeeded in 1759; and in December 
1760, wai raised to the Digtuty of Viscount. — 4 Viscount Farnham 
in Iri/and/and in May 1763, he was farther advanced to the Dignity 
of Earl Farnham in that Kingdom.— S Of the Kingdom of Ireland; 
died, a new Writ ordered, March 16. 1762. — ^ A Merchant in Lem- 
dea, and Deputy Chairman of the Directors of the EasI India Com- 
pany. — 7 A Barrister at Law. — ^ Eldest Son of Lntd Baltinglass in 
Ireland; not duly elected. — 9 Not duly elected. — "Duly elected, 
and ought to have been returned.—" Duly elected, and ougtit to 
" ■ " ■ have 



9JMUUiUSMrjuir ftifidSTBftA 4K 



have been returned. — 1« A Major-General in the Army on Half-pajr j 
died, a new Writ ordered, Febraary 17B1. — ^ A Banker and an 
Alderman qf (.ond^^ nfterwardf knigbtei— ^A Master ia C^^iji- 
eery. 

Pad. I4« ^le^ander BqfJiam and Jobn HalUdoy^ esqr $. petitioned; 
On the loth of March 1775, ^® Chairman oftjie Committee jpp- 
pointed to try this contested Election reported to the House, that the 
Petitioners were duly elected, and ought 4o have been vetuinied. The 
Return ifasaii^finded accordingly. 



X A Sftnbff in ZMMBba, and (Nonstable of Tfiumw Cattle^ 
Bankei; in Westminster. 

Pari. 7m £« RMtts^ And Electors petitioned. 

ParL 3. Several of the Electors petitioned against the Election of 
Alex, Baring^ esq. On the 13th of March 1807, the Chairman of 
the Committee that tried the Merits pf the Complaint, reported to the 
House, that Mr B^ng w^ ^uly elected, and that the Petition 
against his Election w^ bath iriyolou^ and ve^atlousi. 



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Pari No. 150. Bridgewaier, 

1 1 John Earl of Egmont." Robert Balch, esq. 

12 John Earl of Eginont* Edward Southwell, esq.' 
J. James, Vt. Perceval.* Gabriel Lord Coleraine.* 

13 J. James, Vt. Perceval.* Benjamin Allen, esq, 
Hon. Anne Poulett.' 

14 Hon. AnnePoulett. Benjamin Allen, esq. 

15 Hon. AnnePoulett. Benjamin Allen, esq.' 

John Acland, esq.' 

1 6 Hon. AnnePoulett." Alexander Hood, esq."* 
Robert Thornton, esq.'* 

17 Hon. Vere Poulett.'' John Langston, esq. 

1 8 George Pocock, esq. Jeffery Allen, esq. 



1 George Pocock, esq. Jeffrey Allen, esq. 

2 George Pocock, esq. Jeffrey Allen, esq.' 

John Huddlestone, esq.* 

3 Hon. VerePoulett.' John Langston, esq. 



' Of Ireland. — 'Created Baron Levi/Zaitd Ho/Zaad ot Enmore, io 
theCounly of Somerree ; a new Writ ordered, April 9, 1762..^ 
3 Made Steward of the Manor oi Eon Hendred, in ihe County of 
Berks; a new Writ ordered, November 16, 1763, he was elected 

for the County of Gloucester. — 4 Eldest Son of the Earl of Egmont j 
has a Company in the Foot Guards. — i Of Ireland. — ^ Not duly 
ejected, — 7 Brother to Earl Poulelt, duly-elected, and ought to have 
been returned. — ^ Not duly elected.— 9 Duly elected, and ought to 
liave been returned. — "= Brother to Lord Hoed; a Rear- Admiral of the 
Blue, and Treasurer of Greenvnich Hospital; a Knight of the Bath 
in ; made a Vice- Admiral, September 2,(, 1787. — "Died, u 

Jiew Writ ordered, July 17S5.— " A Merchant in io/w/ow.— '3 Bro- 
ther to Earl Poulelt ; a Major in tile Army ; made a Lieutenant- 
Colonel, July 3, 1793, and Colonel, May 1796. 

Pari. 13. The Honble. ^nne FouUtt petitioned against Lord 
Perceval's Election. The Petitioner was found to be duly elected, 
and ought to have been returned. 

Pari. 



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l^arL 15. Many of the Burgesses, and John Acland^ esq. petitioned ; 
the former against Mr Pomett'^s^ and the latter against Mr AlUf^s 
Election. On the 3d of March 1781, the Chairman of the Com* 
mittee who tried this contested Election, reported to the House, that 
Mr PouUtt was duly elected, that Mr jiiJen was not duly elected, 
and ought not to have been returned, and that John Acland^ esq. was 
dttly elected, and ought to have been returned. 



' Made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds 5 a new Writ or- 
dered, June 20, 1804. — ^ An East India Director.— 3 Second Son of 
Xarl Poulett ; a Major-General in the Army, 

Pari. ^. 'John Agnew^ esq. petitioned, but neglecting to lodge his 
Recognizance in due time, the Petition was of no avail. Some of 
the Electors also petitioned. The Committee found George Pocock 
and Jefcry Allen^ esqrs. duly elected, and the Petitions not frivolous 
f^r vexatious. 



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Pari. No. 151. M'mehend. 

1 1 Charles Whitworth, esq. Daniel Boone, esq.' 

12 Percy Earl of Thomond.* Henry Shiffiier, esq. 

13 Henry F. Luttrell, esq. Sir Chas. Whitworth, kt.* 

14 Henry F. Luttrell, esq.* John F. Luttrell, esq. _ ,^ 
Thomas Pownall, esq. 

15 Francis F. Luttrell, esq.' John F. Luttrell, esq. 
Henry Beaufoy, esq. 

i6 Henry Beaufoy, esq/ John F. Luttrell, esq. 

Hon. Charles Phipps.' 

Robert Wood, esq.^ 
J 7 George Vise. Parker.^ John F. Luttrell, esq. 

Thomas F. Luttrell, esq. 
18 John Langston, esq. John F. Luttrell, esq. 

1 John F. Luttrell, esq. John Langston, esq. 

2 John F. Luttrell, esq. JohnPatteson, esq. 

3 Geo. Aug. W Anne, ? Sir John Lethbridge, bt.' 

Lord Rancliffe.' 3 John F. Luttrell, esq. 

■ A Clerk of the Houseliold to the Princess Dowager of Walts.— 
' Of the Kingdom of Ireland i Brother to the Earl of Egremont ; 
made Cofferer of the Houseliold ; a new Wiit ordered, November 
28, 1761, he was re.elected. — 3 Lieutenant-Governor of Tilbury 
Fori, and Chairman of the Committees of Ways and Means.— 
4 Made Steward of the Manor of£oJ( Hendred'in the County of 
Berks ; a new Writ ordered, Deceii.ber 1774—5 Made Steward of 
the three Cbihern Hundreds, in the County of Buckingham.— 6 Made 
bis Election for larmoulb (Norfolk); a new Writ ordered, June ii, 
17S4. — 7 Next Brother to Lord Muigrave ; a Captain in the Navy i 
died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant for a new Writ, October 
1786, — 8 A Captain of Dragoons. — 9 Eldest Son of the Earl of Mac- 
clesfield; a Lord of the Bedchamber to the Prince oi Wolet ; made 
Comptroller cf His Majesty's Household; a new Writ ordered, April 
21, 1791, he was re.elected i succeeded his Father as Earl of Jtfoc* 
hifields a new Writ ordered, February 26, 1795. 



' Of the Kingdom of Ireland } a Captain of Dragoons.—" Made 
Steward of His Majesty's Manor of Zast Hendred; a new Writ or- 

dered, Uecember 1806. 



^AftLIAMEKTART REOiaTlR^ SOS 



fart. No. 152. Ildiester^ or Ivelchester. 

II Tbomse Lockyer, esq. Hon. John TalboL* 

Joseph T. Lockyer, esq. 

18 John Earl of Egraont.* Joseph T. Lockyer, esq.* 

^lliam Wilson, esq. Peter Legh, esq. 

13 Brownlow Cust, esq. Peter Legh, esq. 

14 l^eregrine Cust, esq/ William Innes, esq.* 
Nathsmiel Webb, esq.^ O. Salusbury Brereton, esq** 

IJ Peregrine Gust, esq. Samuel Smith, esq. 

1 6 Peregrine Cust, esq.^ Benj. Bond Hopkins, esq. 
John Harcourt, esq.^ 

George Johnstone, esq.^ 
Gedrge Sumner, esq. 

17 John Ebrcourt, esq. Samuel Long, esq. 

18 Sir Robert Clayton, bt.'* William Didtenson, esq. 
Lewis Bayley, esq. 

t Lewis B. Wallis, esq. William Dickenson, jun. esq. 
2 Thomas Plummer, esq.' William Hunter, esq.* 
Charles Brooke, esq. Sir William Manners, bt. 

John Manners, esq. 
S Sir William Manners, bt. Nathaniel Saxon, esq. 



' fii^other to Lord Talbot ; made a Commissioner of Trade and 
Plantations; a new Writ ordered, December 22, i755» He was re- 
elected; died, a new Writ ordered, December 2, 1756.— * Of the 
Kingdom of Ireland \ made his Election for Bridgewater '^ a new 
Writ ordered, November 28,1761 — 3 Died» a new Writ ordered, 
April 19, 1765. — 4 4 Not duly elected.— .5 Duly elected, and ought 
to have been returned. — ^ Duly elected, and ought to have been 
returned ; Constable of Flint Castle — 7 Died, a new Writ ordered, 
January 1785.—* Not duly elected. — 9 Duly elected, and ought to 
have been returned; a Captain in the Nfivy ; made Steward ef the 
Manor of East Hendred in the County of Befks ; a new Writ ordered, 
February 1787.— 10 Died, a new Writ ordered, May 1799. 

Pari. 14. Riehard Brown and William Inigo Jones, esqfs. petition* 
ed. The Chairman of the Committee that tried this contested Elec- 
tion, reported, that neither the Petitioners or the sitting M^ber* 

were 




TARLIAMEHTARY HEOISTER. 



were duly elected, and tbat it was a void Election. The same Ge»- 
tlemen again petitioned against the Election of Nathaniel Webb anJ 
Owen SaJuibury Breretoa, eaqra. The Chairman of the CommittCB 

that tried tbis Election found the silting Members duly elected. 

Pari. 15. yohit Lane, esq. petitioned. He requested leave to with- 
draw his Petiiion, which was granted, March 23. i-]%l. 

Pari. 16. John Harcouri, esq. and Sir Samuel Hannah, bart. pe- 
titioned, as did several of the Electors. On the 29th of June 1784, 
a Committee was b allotted for, and as soon 2A their Names were read 
over bj- the Clerk, they were called to the Bar, and informed by the 
Speaker, that it was customary in Elections where there was but two 
Parties, for each to choosi^ a Nominee ; but in the present case there 
were three Parties, viz, the sitting Members, the unsuccessful Can- 
didates, and a body of the Electors i if each was allowed to have a 
there must be three >fominecs, but as the Law only allow- 
n Gentlemen now chosen to try this Election must 
out of the remainder of the hundred Names that 
the ballotting Glass, two Persons so act as Nomi- 
not to choose any Person that was among the fifty 
, or any Person that was disqualiSed, by their be- 
r Persons petitioned against, or having already sat 
being Members of Comral' " ' "" 

n then withdrew, and soon 
made choice for Nominees of Thamas Potty 
Morttington. The Gommittee we're — 

John Bakinq, esq. Chair 



, thethlrt 
and choos 



, taking 



N: 



thirteen Gentler 



silting. The 
and the Earl of 



Sir William Mansel, bart 
John Langston, esq. 
Philip Medcalfe, esq. 
George Oshaldeston, esq. 
Charles Lefevre, esq. 
John Moore, esq. 



Hanble. Richard Howard. 
Henry Ja. Pye, esq, 
Earne Barne, esq. 
Alexander Hood, esq. 
Sir Charles Kent, bart. 
Tho. B. Parkyns, bart. 



On the ifith of July the Chairman reported to the House, that 
Tbomat Wilby had grossly prevaricated in giving his Evidence be'- 
fore the Coramiueej therefore he was instructed to move, '' That 
*' stomal IVilby having grossly prevaricated in giving his Tcslimo- 
" ny before the Committee, appointed to try and determine the 
•' Merit! of the late Election for Iwlcbeiler, be for the said Offence 
" committed to His Majesty's Goal o( ffewga/e," and he was order- 
ed into custody accordingly. — Thomas Withy being taken very ill in 
iVcuya//, petitioned the Home to be released: on the 22d of July 
1784, Mr Baring, the late Chairman, desiied Wiibfi Petiiion to be 



ftAJlLIiilUNTAllT ftlOIMrXM Wf 



ready which being done, he Informed the House, that he enquire4into 
the truth of the Allegations set forth in the Petition relative to the Pd« 
soner's Health, and found frOm two Apothecaries that attended hjm 
that he was in a high Fever, and his Life in danger j therefore, as it 
was not the intent of the House to deprive him of his Life for his grost 
Prevarication, he should move to have him discharged : this Motion 
being seconded, the Speaker stated that the usual way was to order the 
Prisoner to the Bar, and then let him ask Pardon. However, as the 
Petitioner was in a high Fever, he presumed the House would dis* 
pense with that part of the Ceremony, and permit him to issue his 
Warrant to Mr Akerman for his Discharge, which was accordingly 
done.—- On the 2ist of July the Chairman reported, that the sitting 
Members were duly elected. 



' and 2 Not duly elected \ a new Writ ordered, Ifarch 29, x805« 

ParL 2. Sir William Mannerr^ bart. and some of the Electors 
petitioned. On the 29th March 1803, John Smyih^c^q. Chairman of 
the Committee that tried the Election, reported to the House, that 
neither the sitting Members nor the Petitioners were duly elected, 
and that it was a void Election. The Petitions were not frivolous 
or vexatious, but that great Violence, Bribery, and Corruption, had 
been used in obtaining Votes, particularly by j^/ex. Dawson^ and 
moved that the same should be enquired into by the House, April 
22, 1803. 

Pari. ^. Jobn Manners and Electors petitioned. On March 7th, 
1804, Sir Wm, Toungf bart. Chairman of the Committee, reported 
to the House, that the Election was void as far as it related to Sir 
JVm. Manners^ and that it appeared to the Committee^ that he had 
been guilty of Bribery and Corruption, and that he was incapable of 
tsepresenting in Parliament the Borough of Uchester ; a new Writ 
ordered, March 1804* 



PARLIi^MENTARV RE6IST2R. 



Tart 



No. 153. MilbornePort, 



1 1 Edmund Walter, esq. 

12 Edmund Walter, esq. 

l» Edmund Walter, esq. 



14 Edw. Walter, esq.* J D. 
I.H.Browne, esq.'j ^' 

15 John Townson, esq.® 

i6 JohnTbwnson, esq." 
William Popham, esq. 

17 W. C. Medlycott, esq." 
1. Richard Johnson, esq,'' 

Mark Wood, esq,'* 

18 Henry Lord Paget.'* 



Thomas Medlycott, esq. 
Thomas Medlycott, esq* 
Thomas Hatchings, esq. 
Thos. H. Medlycott, esq^' 
Rt. E. ofCatherlough,KB.' 
Richard Combe, esq.* 
George Prescoit, esq. 
C Hon. Temple Luttrell." ^ 
^ Charles Wolseley, esq,^ >/: 
Thos. H. Medlycott, esq.* 
John Pennington, esq."* 
John Lord Muncaster. 

John Lord Muncaster. 



Sir Robert Ainslie, kt. 



1 Henry Lord Paget.' Sir Robert Ainsley, kt. 

2 Henry Lord Paget.' Hugh Leycester, esq.' 
Hon. Charles Paget.* 

3 Rt. Hon. Hen. Ld. Paget. Hugh Leyctister, esq. 



'Died, a new Writ ordered Nov. 1 5, 1763.— » Made Steward of 
the Manor of E ait Hendred ; a new Writ ordered, May 19, 1^70.— 
i Of the Kingdom oi Ireland; died, a new Writ ordered, March 30, 
J772-— fNotduly elected.— S 5 Not duly eleclcd.—* Third Son of 
Lord Irnbam oi Ireland ; a Counsellor at Law. — 7 Second Son of Sir 
William Wolsthy, bart. ; a Captain in the Navy. These two last 
duly elected, and ought to hafe been returned, — * A Director o£ 
the East India Company. — 9 Made Steward of the three Chiltern 
Hundreds, in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, No- 
vember 1781.—'° Eldest Son cf Sit >.rf/.i Pennington, bart.; cre- 
ated Baron MancaJter, in the Kingdom of Ireland, September 1783. 
— " Made Steward of the three Chillern Hundreds, in the County 
of Buciingbam ; a new Writ ordered, January 23, 1787. — "Made 
Steward of the three CA///e/n HKn^rci// in the Connij oi Bucking- 



I 

itfm ; a new Writ otrdered, June 7, 170 1. — »3 Made Steward bf tto 
three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham 5 a new Writ 
ordered, Eebruary 3, 1794.-14 AColoiiei in the Arm^ of the &ast 
India Company.— -^S Eldest Son of the .£arl of Uxbridge ^ a Lieuteh* 
nt;ColoneI of Dragoons. 

Pari. V3. George Frescott^ esq. petitioned agaiiist the Election 
of .Richard Comife, esq. On the 22d df May 1772, the Chajrtq&n of 
the Committee appointed to try this cohtei^ted Election reported to 
the House, that the Petitioner was daly elected, and- ought to hafe 
been returned, and that the sitting Member was not duly elected. 

Pari. 14. . On the 10th of February 1775, the Chiimiaii bftHcf 
Committee appointed to try the merits of the Double Return, report- 
ed to the House, that the Honble. Temf>/e Luttrell and Charles Woi- 
seley^ esq. were duly elected^ and that Edward Waller and Isaac 
Hawkins Browne^ esqrs. were not duly elected. 

* * • • . • 

Pari. ij. The Honble. Temple Luttrell petitioned. , On the 7tli 
of May 1781, %he Chairman of the Committee appointed to try thid 
contested Election, reported to Uie House, that the sitting Members 
were duly elected. 

Pari. 18. Uorman McLeod^ esq. &nd several of tlie Inhaoitants 
petitioned. A Day was appointed for hearing of the Petitions, but 
Mr McLeod^not having given in his Recognisance agreeable^ to Law» 
the Order for hearing his Petition was discharged. The Chairman 
of the Committee that tried the Petition of the Inhabitants, reported 
to the House, that the sitting Members were duly elected, and 
chat tke Petition was not frivolous or vexatious^ December 12, 1796* 



> Eldeft Son of the Earl 6f Vxbridg^ ; d Ulajor-General, and Co« 
lonel of & Regiment of Dragoons.^—* KingH Counsel, and one of tl|e 
Weltb Judges.->*-3 Made SteWai<d of the three Cbiltern Hundreds \ a 
new Writ orderied> June 3, i8o4.-'*-4 Soti of the Earl of Uxbridgle^ 
•Ad Brother to the late Member* 

Pari. 3. A Petition from several of the Electors against the ftctiim 
ot Lord, Paget and Mr Leycestet. Ordered to be heard| March 20, 
1807. 



l>ot. i<i3 



VHH rAKLIAMENTAR-V a£GtST£R« 

Pari: No. \S4!. Soutliamnton County. 

1 1 Lord Harry Powl6tt.' Alesr. Thistlethwaite, esg^i 
Cha. M. of Winchester." 

Rt. Hon. H. B. Legge.* 

12 Rt. Hon. H. B. Legge.^ Simeon Stuart, esq.* 
Sir Richard Mill, bt.- 

13 Robert Lord Henley.* Sir Simeon Stuart, bt. 
Sir Paulet St John, bt. 

14 Sir Henry P. St John. Sir Simeon Stuart, bt.' - 

Jervoise C. Jervoise, esq.*-"* 

15 Robt. Thistlethwaite, esq. Jervoise C. Jervoise, esq. ' "■ 
i6 Robt. I'histlethwaite, esq. '^V 

17 Sir Wm. Heathcote, bt. William Chute, esq. 

18 Sir Wm. Heathcote, bt. William Chute, esq. 

1 Sir Wm. Heathcote, bt. William Chute, esq. 

2 Sir Wm. Heathcote, bt- William Chute, esq. 

3 Tho. Thistlethwaite, esq. Hon.. William Herbert.' 

I Succeeded his Brother as Dote of Bollon ; a new Writ ordered, 
toeccmber 19, 1754.—* Eldest Son of the Duke of Holloa ; a Lieu- 
lenatit Colonel In the Army, and Lieutenant-Governor of the Tower 
of London ; in this Parliament before for Lytninglon; succeeded his 
father as Duke of Bolton \ a new Writ ordered, November i6, 
1759.— 3 Uncle to the Earl ai Danrfiauib ,- Chancellor and Under- 
Trcaaurer of the Exchequer ; in this Pailiament before for Orford. 
— 4 Succeeded his Father as Baronet j made one of the Chamberlains 
of the Eichequer; a. new Writ oidered, February 3, 1762, he was 
reelected. — 5 Died, a new Writ ordered, January 10, 1765. — * Eld- 
est Son of the Larl of Norlbington j a Teller of the Ej.chequei ; suc- 
ceeded hJs Father as tarl of i/ur/fiin^/os; a new Writ ordered, Jan. 
'21, 17J2. — 7 Died, a new Writ ordered, November-29, 1779.^ 
S In this Parliament before for Tarmouih in thit County. 

' Second Son of the Earl of Cafnarvon; 



PARLIAKIEKTAftT REdlStfiR. 211 



Pari. No.lSS. Winchester City. 

1 1 James M. of Carnarvon.' Henry Penton, esq.* 

12 Lord Harn/ Powlett.^ Henry Penton, jun. esq.^ 
George Powlett, esq.* 

13 George Powlett, esq.. Henry Penton, esq. , 

1 4 Lovel Stanhope, esq.^ Henry Penton, esq.^ 

15 Lovel Stanhope, esq.* Henry Penton^ esq. 
Rt. Hon. H. Flood, esq.^ 

16 Rich. Gamon, jun. esq.'* Henry Penton, esq. 

17 Rich. Gamon, esq." Henry Penton, esq. • 

18 Sir Richard Gamon, bt. Henry Vise. Paloierston.'* 



1 Henry Vt. Palmerston.* Sir Richard Gamon, bti 

2 SirH.P. St JohnMildmay. Sir Richard Gamon, bt. 

3 Sir H.P.St JohnMildmay. Sir Richard Gamon, bt^ 

• > 

— ^ — ■ •---•- - I ^ 

^ Eldest Son of the Duke of Chatidos ; Ranger of Enfield Cbace.-^^ 
^ Letter Carrier to His Majesty.— 3 Brother to the Duke of Bolton ; 
Vice-Admiral of the White \ succeeded his Brother as Duke of 
Bolion\ a new Writ ordered, December 17, 1765.-48011 of the 
late Member ^ Letter Carrier to His Majestj.-^S Cousin to the 
Duke oi Bolton \ Groom Porter to His Majesty, and one of the Gen- 
tlemen Ushers to the Princess Dowager o\ Wales. '^^ Made a Com- 
missioner of the Admiralty; a new Writ ordered, December 21, 
1774, he was re-elected. — 7 Uncle to the Earl of Chesterfield.'^-^ 
' Clerk Comptroller of the Board of Green Cloth *, died^ and the 
Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new 
Writy October 9, 1783 9 A Member of His Majesty's Most Ho- 
nourable Privy Cqundl in Ireland. — ^^ Brother-in-law to the Duke 
oiCbandos.^^^^ Created a Baronet of Gr^tf/ BHtain^ April ii, 1795* 
— " Of Ireland. 



' Died in April 1B02 : n6 new Writ issued. 

P2 



H t^Ki- No. 156. Southampton. 

■ u Amh. L. Swymmer, esq.' Hans Stanley, esq. 

Hfnry Dawkins, esq, 
tS Henry Dawkins, esq. 

13 Henry Vise. Palmersion. 

1 4 John Fleming, esq. 



rAJUJAUEMTARY REGISTBb 



i5 HansSIoane, esq.' 

1 6 John Fleming, esq. 

17 Henry Martin, esq.* 
George Henry Rose, esq. 

1 8 George Henry Rose, esq. James Amyatt, esq; 



Hans Stanley, esq.' 
Rt. Hon. Hans Stanley.* 
Rt. Hon. Hans Stanley.** 
John Fuller, esq. 
John Fuller, esq. 
James Amyatt, esq. 
James Amyatt, esq. 



1 George Henry Rose, esq. James Amyatt, esq. 

2 Geo. Henry Rose, esq.' James Amyatt, esq. 

3 George Henry Rose, esq. Arthur Atherley, esq. 



^ Made a Commissioner of the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, 
December i, 1757, he was re-elected. — ' Died, a new Writ ordered, 
March 24, 1760,-3 Made Governor of the Isle oflVighi; a new 
Writ ordered, January 10, 1765, he was re-elected ; made Soffercr 
of His Majesty's Household ; a new Writ ordered, January 10,1766, 
he was re-elected— 4 Made Governor of the Isle of Wight ; anew 
Writ ordered, May 16, 1770, he was re-elected, — S A Commission- 
er of the Admiralty— S Made Cofferer of His Majesty's Household ; 
a new Writ ordered, November i, 1776, he was re-elected ; died, 
a new Writ ordtred, January 24, 1760. — 7 A Commissioner of Trade 
and Plantations.— S A Captain in the Navy, and Comptroller of the 
Navy ; created a Baronet of Great Britain, June 1 1, 1791 i died, 
and the Speaker Issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for k 
new Writ, August 19, 1794. 

Pari. 14. Several Voters (in the interest of Lord fAar/w Grrt-iZ/a 
Montagu') petitioned against ^ohn Fleming, esq's. Election. On 
the •77S> the Chairman appointed to try this Elec-. 

i the sitting Membeis duly elected. 



In 1S04 made Deputy Paymaster -GcDeiaJ of the Torces. 




feAaLIAllSNTART &£OISTfift« SI 8 



FarL ,No. 157. Portsmouth. 

11 Sir Wm. Rowley, kb.' Sir Edward Hawke, KB.* 

12 Sir M. Fetherstonhaugb. Sir Edward Hawke, k.b. 

13 Sir M. Fetherstoilhaugh/ Sir Edward Hawke, kb.^ 
Peter Taylor, esq. 

14 Peter Taylor, esq? Rt. H. Sir E. Hawke, kb.* 

Sir William Gordon^ kb. Maurice Suckling, esq.^ 

I Hon. Robert Monckton ^ 

15 Sir WilHam Gordon, kb.^ Hon«, Robert Monckton."" 
Hon, Thos. Erskine." Sir H. Fetherstonhaugb, bL 

i6 HoQ. W. Comwallis.'^ Sir H. Fetherstonhaugb, bt. 

17 Hoiu Thomas Erskine. . Sir H.^ Fetherstonhaugb, bt. 

18 Hon. Thoma$ Erskine. Lord Hugh Seymour.' 

1 Hon. Thomas Erskine.' John Markham, esq.*^ 

2 Hon. Thomas Erskine.' John Markham, esq.^ 
Hon. D. M. Erskine.^ 

S Sir Thomas Miller, bt. John Markham, esq. 



3 



' Admiral of the White, and Rear- Admiral of Great Britain ; 
made a Commissioner of the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, April 
l8, I757f be was re-elected. — * Vice- Admiral of the White. — 
—^Admiral of the White ; Rear- Admiral of Great Britain, and 
an £lder Brother of the Trinity House ^ made First Commissioner 
of the Admiralty ^ a new Writ ordered, December 3, 1766, he was 
rc-dcctcd.— 4 Died, a new Writ ordered, March 1774—5 Created 
Baron Hawke of Towton in the County of York j a new Writ order- 
ed, May 22, 1776.^— ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, November 1777. 
—7 A Captain in the Navy, and Comptroller of the Navy j died, and 
the Speaker issued his Warrant for a new Writ, August 2, 1778. — 
^ Uncle to Viscount Galway of Ireland \ Governor of Portsmouth j 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and a Lieutenant General. — 9 Ac- 
cepted of a Pension during pleasure ^ a new Writ ordered, 
1783.— 10 Died, a new Writ ordered, June 1782. — *' Second Bro- 
ther to the Earl of Buchan, and King's Counsel.— i* Second Bro- 
ther to Earl Corr^waliis ; a Captain in the Navy. — '3 One of the 
Commissioners of the Admiralty ; Rear-Admiral of the Blue Squa- 
dron of His Majesty's Fleet j a Gentleman of the Bedchamber f 

P 3 the 



214 



iPABXtAMBKTASLY XU(0(8TS|,ir 



the Prince of Wales^ and Brother to the Marquis of Hertfori ; made 
Hear- Admiral of the \yhite^ February 1797. 



> Second Brother to the Earl tX. JBiuchan\ King^s Cqmna^, pod 

Chancellor to the Prince of Wales.^^'^ Son of tl^ Archhjdiif>p of 
^ork ; a Captain in the Navy, and one of ihe Lords Commlsiioiijers 
of the Admiralty ; made Rear. Admiral of die White^ 
1805. — 3 Created Lord Erskiw of Reuqnad CmtU^ m tht Cciioty of 
CornwaU^ and appointed Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain ^ 
m new Writ ordered, Fehruary 5^ i8o6.-«— 4 Appoln^d^^Ql^ yf 4he 
Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty ; a new Writ ^mtrdl^ 'Feli. 
J5, 1806, he was re-elected.'— 5 Eldest Son of Lord Ef-fkinwi % Bar- 
rister at Law, and a Commissioner of Banknipts j appointed Envoy 
Jlxtraordinary and Plenipote«tiary tQifcp Us^d^toUs tUmtrka li 
1806. 



• I 



♦AkMAMB^TARY «.Et3«tsi*it. 'S15 



^arl. Nff. iSS. Yarmouth J Isle of IVight 

X I Thpj^i^s Hpl^iies, esq/ Henry Holiaes^ esq/ 
Jt2 Tbooias Lord Holmes.^ Hcijry Holmes, esq.^ 

Jrfin Eames, esq.*^ Jeremiah Dy$o», esq.^ 

13 Jervois^Q^j-ke, esq.' William Strode, esq,^ 

. Hop. Geo* J^. Parker.* Thopias Pun^aer^ esq.* 
J4 Jenrpi^; Clarke, esq.'** Edw. Meux WcM^ley, esq/* 

Robert Kingsmill^ ^q.*^ James Worsley, esq. 
%$ £<Jward Morant, esq. JEdward Rushworth, esq.*^ 
/ * . Sir Thomas. Rijmbold, bu 

Jl^P J^mrH- Mpraw^ esq/* Philip Frwfiis, esq. 

Xhoa. )C. Jarvoiae, esq.'^ 
17 ThMu e. Jervoise, esq.'^ EdwstrdR^sh^orth, esq/^ 

lejOTW^ \C.. Jervoise; ^eaq. Sir John F;ldeicester, ht. 
16 ienwise C. Jerv^ise, esq. Edward Ryshout, esq.'* 

J Wiljiam P^chey, esq. . 



^ ' ' 4 



I J^ryoige C. Jerypise,^ esq. WjilH^rp Peachy^ e^q. 
^' J^i:Vbis^ C- J^Wpji^e,? psq.. Ja,mesPi^ B&urray,! esq.' .^ 

.. J C Wles Mfl5pimdl, ^.* 
. Henry Swato^ esq^ : 

JohnDel^mo, esq.* • 
: ?' / ISirHomePq^ esq;*' 

; ; ;^. . r .. ;; " ' '; Ca^d Scp^i;, esq. 

S Jervoise C. Jervoise, esq. William Plummer, esq. 



' Created Baron Holmes of Kilmailock in Ireiand*-^'^ Brother to 
tte other Member j Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and Lieuten- 
ant -Governor of the hie of Wight j made a Major-General in Febru- 
ary 1756, and a Lieutenant-General in April 1759. — 3 Died, a new* 
Writ ordered, December 20, 1762. — 4 Died, a new Writ ordered, 
January 10, 1765.— 5 Joint Secretary of the Treasury 5 made a Com- 
missioner of Trade and Plantations ^ a new Writ ordered, April 18, 
1764, he was re-elected. — ^ A Master in Chancery. — 7 7 Not duly 
elected.— 8 Brother to xh*" Earl of Macclesfield ; a Major in the 
Foot Guards, and a Major-Getieral in the Army^ duly elected, and 

P 4 ought 



1 



PARLIAMENTARY B.£GI£VEE< 



DU^bt to have been returned ; made Colonel a( a Regiment of Foot 
in May 1773. — 9 Duly elected, and oogbt to have been rciur-ned— »- 
)° One of the Gentjemeii of the King's Privy Chamber ; vacated his 
seat by bis accepting of the Agency of the Sussex Militia; anew 
Writ ordered, December 1779, he was elected for the Countv ^ took 
the Name oi ^ervoise in .— " Made Steward of the three CbU- 

(ern Hundreds in the County of Baciiii^bam ; a new Writ ordered, 
I77i — " A Captain in the Navy. — '3 Made Steward of 
ihe three Chiilern Hundretlx in the County of BucHngham ; a new 
NVril ordered, 17^1,— '4 Made Steward of the three CbU- 

tern Hfniirsds in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, 

April 1787 '5 Son to the Member for the County.— '« Made 

Steward of the three Chiiurn Hundreds in ihe County of Bucking- 
hai:i; a new Writ ordeted, January 1791. — '7 Made Steward of the 
Manor of Eeti Hendred in the County of Berh ; a new Writ order- 
ed, January 1791 — '^ Made Steward of the ihite Chiilern Hundredt 
in the County ai Bucks ; a new Writ ordered. Match 1797. 

Pari. 13. The Honble. George Lane Porter, and Thomas Dummer, 
esq. petitioned. On '77Ji 'I'F Chalimanof the Comnut- 

tee appointed to try this Election, reported to the House, that the 
Petitioners were duly elected, and ought to have been telutned. 



1 Made Stcyizji oi xhe'M%'aor oi East Hent^ed in Berkshire ; a 

n,ew Writ ordered, March 18C3 » Lieutenant Colonel of the late 

126th Regiment of Foot! died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant 
to the Clerk of the Crown to issue a new Wpt, September 1803.— 
3 Appointed Steward of the three Chiilern Hundreds ; a new Writ 
cwdered, March 1804. — 4 Made Steward of the three ChUtern Hun- 
dreds, March 1804 — 5 A Captain in the Roya! Navy ; made Stew- 
ard ofihetlirec Cbi/iern Hundreds ; a new W"t ordered, Jan. 21, 




JM|IU«IAMBMTART UalS!t£«« 



S17 



Pirt No. 159. Petersfield. 

1 1 Wm« G. Hamilton, esq.* 

12 John JoflifFe, esq. 



13 William JolliflFe, esq.* 

14 William JolliflFe, esq. 

15 William JolliflFe, esq.^ 
J 6 William JolliflFe, esq. 

17 William JolliflFe, esq. 



18 William JolliflFe^ esq. 



William Beckford, esq/ 
Sir John Phillips, bt. 
Richard Pennant, esq.^ 
Richard Croftes, esq. 
Rt. Hon. Welbore Ellis.* 
Sir Abraham Hume, bt. 
Thomas Samuel JolliflFe, esq: 
Thomas Samuel JolliflFe, esq."^ 
J. Christopher, Vt. Downe.* 
Hon. George Aug. North.* 
W.Henry, M.ofTitchfield. 
Rt. Hon. Welbore Ellis." 
Hon. Charles F. Grenville.'* 
Hilton JoUiffe, esq."^ 
Sir John Sinclair, bt. 



1% 



I Hylton JoIlifFe, esq. 
e Hylton JolliflFe, esq. 
S Hylton JolliflFe^ esq. 



Sir John Sinclair, bt. 
William Draper Best, esq.* 
Hon. John William Ward.* 



' Made his £]ecMon for London* — ^ Made a CoinmissioDer of Trade 
and Plantations \ a new Writ ordered, April 15, ^^756, he was re* 
elected.—^ Made Steward of the three Chihern Hundreds \ a new 
W^t ordered, December i, 1767.— 4 Made one of the Vice-Trea- 
surers ol Ireland \ anew Writ ordered, February 2, 1770, he waj. 
re-elected.— ^5 Made a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations ; a new 
Writ ordered, February 10, 1772, he was re elected. — ^ Made a 
Commissioner of the Admiralty, anew Writ ordered, April 7, 1783, 
he was re-elected.— 7 Made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds 
|n the Couiity of Buckingham ^ a new Writ ordered, February 1787. 
— ^ Of the Kingdom of Ireland. — 9 Eldest Son of Lord North y and 
Grandson of the Earl oi Guilford \ made Steward of the three Chif" 
tern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, 
^December 22, 1790, he was chosen for Banbury, — 'o Eldest Son of 
)the Duke of Port/and 'j made Steward of the three Chi/tern Hundreds 
in the County of Buckingham 'y anew Writ ordered, April 1791, 
hp was elj^cted for ^he Coqnty of Buckingham,'^^^ Created Baron 

Mendif 



2 18 iPAMjilAHtCtft'ARY ftCW6nm# 



'^k. 



Mendip of Mendip in the Coiitttjr of Spmer^ejiy & new Writ or^fjrt^i 
August 13, 1794. — " Next Brother to the Earl of Warwick ; Vicc- 
Chambedaio to kk MftJMftf, aod Vn^er. fii^nifl^wy to.jfa^J^p^e ff 
Fort land y^ epe ,ef hk A^ajeety*^ Principal Secretaries of Stat.e.— 
^ Son of jthe other Member ; jsl- JL/ieutenant io Jthe Fooj: Q^a|:4> ; fnfL^ 
Steward of the tliree Chi/tern Hundreds*, a ficw Writ otdered, Dec. 

27. ^70- 



« A 3fefjwpt ae I4W^-W» SiQ» of Viseay»t Dyfify^n^ W$r4- 



< %$ ■! I > * mi ' aw > 1» ■ > ■ < V 



jpar/. iVb. 160. Newport^ ^lias Medina. 

1 1 Tb^'^ h* Dul^In^r» lesq*"^ Ralph Jenison, esq.'. 

^ Charles Holmes, esq.' 

12 Thos L. Dttmmer^ m^^ Charles Holme$, «q.^ 

1 hQoia$ DufiBAaer^ ^sq.* W. Rawlinsdn Earle, esq. 

13 HansSloane, esq. . JohnEames, esq.^ 

Hon. John St John.* 

14 Hans Sloane, esq. Sir EUbehard Wondegr, It^ 

15 Hon. lohn St lohn.*^ Rt. Ji. Sir R Worsa^, bt. 

1 6 Hpn. ttugb S. Conway.'^ Edward jLush%Gardiy esq. 
Hon. J. I* Townshend.'* 

Oeor|;e Byng, esq. 

17 Henry Vt. P^meraton/^ Penyston, Vt. Melbourne.** 

Hon. Penyston Lamb.'^ 
^18 JervoiseC Jervoise, esq.'* Edward Riishworth, esqJ 
Andrew Strahan^ esq'^ Witliam Nesbitt, esq. 



$c 



1 Andrew Strahan, lesq.' Sir George Dallas, bt. 

2 John Blackburn, esq. Richard GervasKerr, esq. 
S Sir John Doyle, bt.* Rt. Hon. Isaac Corry.* 



< " ■ <i* 



I Master of his Majesty's fiuck Hounds; died, a new Writ order- 
ed, May 22, 1758.-^^ Clerk of the Great Wardrobe.— 3 Brother 
to the Members for Yarmouth in this County ; Rear- Admiral of the 
Blue. — 4 Died, a new Writ ordered, December 17, 1765.— 5 Died 
ix Jamaica \ anew Writ ordered, March 31, 1762.— ^ Son to the 

deceased 



PA&LiAMSKTAfit '^wawnki 



Sl« 



^ceased Member.— -7 A Master in Cbmcerj^ made Commissioner 
of Taxes ^ a new Writ ordered, May 1773 — ^ Brother to Viscount 
Boftfigbrohp"^ MBit fi Clerk Comptroller $f tlac :fitia»d :o£ Gjeefei ' 
Cloth; a ww Writ ordered, JPecemher H^Jt b«i^aft.iT^fated$ 
made Conmtrollor of his M^sty^s ijojiseKQldt.md d^A>Yent9r xi 
the Isiecf Wight % a new Writ ordered^ January 24, , 1780^ Be was 
re-elected.— "o Brother to Viscount Boiingbroie 5 SurVeyor of the 
Crown Laidfi.*-'! Fifth Sob of the £drl o(f Hertf4rd^ a C»ptain in 
tlie Na^y^ ipade S(e«rard of tlie three Chiltern Hundreds in the 
County of ^ehin^hxpn^ p new Writ ordensd,; Maicb ^736.*^>* EJd- 
est Son of Lord Sydmyi Under Secretary to hofA Jfytinefp orie of 
his Ms^estjr^s Priifcipal Secretaries of State ; made a.Commissaoner 
of the Admiralty j a new Writ ordered, Janwaty 22f, i790.-i-*3 Of 
the Kingdom^ /r^ia/.-*-'4Df the Kingdom of IreUnJj; a Lord of 
the Bedchamber tp the Prince jpf ^^^^^ 9 nade Abenv^d of tjbe Ma- 
nor of £^// tiendrtdwi the Cotipty 9JF J?^r|/.i a new Wxit oxdere^, 
February 4, 1793. — >*S Eldest Son of Viscount Melbfiurng,-^^^'^^ 
Made their Election for Yarmouth, Hantt j ' a new Writ ordered, 
October 26, 1796. — '7 Joint Printer to his Majesty. 

Pari. 16. John Barringtqn^ esq. petitioned a^aipst Mx^usbwcrth^s 
Xlectioa, on the score, that he being in 1?riest*s Ordafs^ was there- 
fore inel^pble to be- ejected. On the of March 17^ 5> the Chair- 
man of the Comntmee appdmttfd to try thjg ooatt itdd j£lfcticMi> found 
the sitting Member duly elected. 



* Printer to his Majesty.—^ A Liieutcnant-Colond ; Colonel of a 
K«giment of Foot, and Lieutenant-Governor of Guernsey ^'m^'^ Sur* 
i^^oi-General of the Crown Lands in /rf/«;7^. 




tARLIAMENTARY RECI3TIR, 



Pari. 

11 John Gibbons, esq. 

12 George Prescott, esq. 

13 Richard Worge, esq.^ 
James Hare, esq. 

14 Simon Lord Irnham.* 



15 Hon. John Luttrell. 
i6Hon- John Luttrell.* 

James Gordon, esq. 
17 John Scott, esq.' 

Joseph F. Barham, esq. 
IS Joseph F. Barham, esq. 

John Agnew, esq. 



No. 161. Slockbridge. 

George Hay, ll.d.' 
Nicholas Linwood, esq.* 
Richard Fuller, esq. 



Hon. John Luttrell.* 
Hon. James Luttrell.* 
Hon, James Luttrell.' 
T. Boothby Parkyns, esq. 

John Cator, esq.' 
' George Porter, esq." 
' George Porter, esq. 



1 John Agnew, esq; George Porter, esq.' 

2 Joseph F. Barham, esq. George Porter, esq. 

3 Joseph F. Barham, esq.* George Porter, esq. 



'Official Principal to the Arclies Co\xtt ai Canterbury ; Vicar- 
Gcnerel to the Archbishop of Canterbury, and Chancellor of the 
Dioceiie of Won fster ; made a Commissioner of the Admiralty ; a 
new Writ ordered, December 2, I7j6, he was re-elected. — »A 
Soulh Sea Director.— 3 A Major- General ; a Colonel on Half-pay ; 
made Steward of tlie three Chillern Hundreds in the County oiBuci- 
^nghajn; a new Writ ordered, April 30, 1772. — 4 Of the Kingdom 
q\ Ireland; created Viscount CarhamjUon in the same Kingdom, 
1776. — S Second Son of Lord Irnham; a Captain in the 
Navy ; made Steward of the three Chillern Hundreds in the County 
oi Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, '775- — ^ Fourth Son 

of Lord Irnham ; a Lieulenant in the Navy.— 7 Made a Captain in 
the Navy, February 1781. — ^ Mnde a Commissioner of Excise ; a 
new Writ ordered, January 1785. — 9 9 Mot duly elected. — '°Duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned. — " Duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned ; an Officer in the Army ; made a Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel of Infantry.— " Made Steward of the three Chillern 
Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, April 
3. '799- 

Pari. 



t . 



RBGI8TB&; tUl 



Pari. 17. Joseph Forster Barbam and George Porter^ esqrs. jpcti- 
tioned ; renewed the 2d and 3d Sessions. On the 23d of February 
1793, the Chairman of the Committee appointed to try this contested 
Election, reported to the House, that the iPetitioners were duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned, and that John Scon and 
yoAn Caior^ esqrs. were not duly elected, and ought not to have 
been returned, and that the Petition was not frivolous or vexatious ; 

and &rther, that it appeared to the Committee, in the course of the 

Xrial, that various Instances of Bribery and Corruption had been 
\Lsed at the said Election, well worthy of the Consideration of the 
House. The same ordered to be taken into consideration on Thurs- 
day, February 28. The Enquiry was continued on different days, 
ivhen the House came to the Resolution to order the Attorney-Gene* 
xal to prosecute John Scott^ esq. for having used Bribery and Cor« 
ruption at said Election. 



I A Colonel in the Arrny.*-^ Made his Election for the Borougb 
»f Oakbampton ; a new Writ ordered, Jan. 5, x8o7» 




FJinLIAMBKTAILT KBCISTER. 

Part. No. 162. Newion, Isle of Jl'ight. 

1 1 Sir John Barrington, bt, HarCourt Powell, esq. 
J2 Sir John Barrington, bt. Harcourt Powell, esq. 

13 Sir John Barrington, bt. Harcourt Powell, esq. 

14 Sir John Barrington, bt.' Harcourt Powell, esq.* 
Edw-Meux Worsley, esq. Charles Ambler, esq. 

15 E. Mcux Worsley, esq.' John Barringtoa, esq.* 
Rt. Hon.HenryDundas.* 

■ Richard P. Arden, esq.* 
i6 James Worsley, esq.' John Barrington, esq. 

Mark Gregory, esq. 
17 Rt.Hon. SirR.Worsley,^ John Barrington, esq. 

George Canning, esq.' 
IS Rt. Hon. Sir R. Worsley. Charies Shaw Lefene. 

1 Evan Lane, esq. Charles Shaw Lefevre, esq, 

2 Sir Robert Barclay, bt.' Charles Chapman, esq.* 

James Paull, esq.* 

3 Sir Robert Barclay. George Canning, esq. 

' Made Steward of the tliree Cbilcern Hundreds in the County of 
Buckingham ; anew Writ ordered, I77i- — ' Made Steward 

of the Manor of Eatl Hendred in the County of Berks ; a new Writ 

ordered. 1775 3 Died, and the Speaker issued his War - 

ram to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, September 24, 1782. 
—4 Treasurer of the Navy ; in this Parliament before for the Coun- 
ty of Edinburgh ; made Steward of the three Chi/lern Hundreds in - 
the County of Buckingham : a new Writ ordered, December 21, 
1782, he was elected for the County of Edinburgh. — 5 Eldest Son of 
Sir Fit%'wiHiam Barrinpon, bart. — '^ Solicitor-General to his Majes- 
ty ; again made Solicitor-General to his Majesty ; anew Writ or- 
dered, Deci-mber 26, 1783, he was re elected 7 Made Steward of 

the three Chihern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham. ; a new 
Writ ordered, August 19, 1784.—^ Made Steward of the Manor of 
Eaxi Hendred\r> the County of Berks i a new Writ ordered, June 7, 
1791, he was re-elected; made Steward of the three Chillern Hun- 
dreds in the County of Buckingham; a new Writ ordered, June 
*793- — 9 A Barrister at Law ■, made Under Secretary to Lord Cre^- 
villi, one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. 

Pari. 




lPAt:I/IAM«l«TAllY MKHLSTJHL* S39 



» ■ 

Pari. t€* Sir GUb^ft EUiot^ b»rt. and others, Electors, petitioned 
against Mr Gr^&ry^t £lectioi>y but on the 2zi of Aprils ^1^S> '^ 
guested leave' to vvitkdraw it, to which the House agreed. 



* A Merchant itf LonJon.^^^ Made Steward of the thrte Chtltefn 
Suhdreds\ a xse^^ Writ otdered, May 25, i8oj.—^ A Director of 
£he ^ast India Compaiij. 



ijta> 



JParU No. 163. Christ Church. 

1 1 Rt. H. Sir T. Rdbinson.' Hon. John Mordaunt.* 
32 Hon« Thonras Robinson.^ James Harris, esq.* 

13 Hon. Thomas Robiiison^^ James Harris, esq. 
James Harris, jun. esq. 

14 James Harris, esq.^ ' Hon. T. Villiers Hyde.^ 
i6 Sir James Harris* kb«^ James Harris, esq^^ 

John Frederick, esq.'* 

16 Sir James Harils, ,k]^." Sir John Frederick, bt. 
Hans SkKuiiey esq. 

17 Hans Sloane, esq. George Rose^ ^sq.** 

18 William Rose, esq. George Rose, esq. 



1 Wm. Chamberlayne, esq. George Rose, esq.' 

2 William S. Bourne, esq.* Rt. Hon. Geo. Rose, esq.^ 
S William S. Bourne, esq. Rt. Hon. Geo. Rose, esq. 



' One of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State j made Keeper 
of the Great Wardrobe j a new Writ ordered, November 15, 1755, 
he was re-elected. At the end of this Parliament he was created 
Baton Grantham of Grantham in the County of Lincoln,^^'^ Only 
Brother to the Earl of Peterborough 5 a Lieutenant-Colonel in the 
Army ^ made one of the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations ; a 
new .Writ ordered, Nov. ir, 1766, he was re-elected. — 3^ Eldest 
Son of Lord Grantham,-^ Made one of the Commissioners of the 
Admiralty 5 a new Writ ordered, January 20, 1762, he was re- 
elected \ made one of the Commissioners of the Treasury j a new 
Writ ordered, April 18, 1763, he was re-elected.— 5 Ma^e Vice- 
Chamberlain to his Majesty's Household \ a new Wiit ordered, Feb. 



PARLIAMENTARV REGISTER; 



SI, 1770, he was re-elected ; succeeded his Father as Lord Gran- 
tham; a new Writ ordered, November 15, 1770. — * Secretary and 
CorapCroUer to the (Jueeo.— 7 Eldest Son of Lord Hyde ; from the 
14th of June 1777, he was styled Lord Hyde, his Father being then 
created Earl ai Clarendon ; made Steward and Bailiff of the three 
Chi/tern Hundreds in the Couaty of Buckingham ; a new Writ is- 
sued, June 1779. He stood Candidate tor Cambridge Unhersily^ 
but not making his Election, he was again re-elected. — ^ Son of tha 
other Member ; Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the 
Court of Russia, and made Knight of the Bath. — 9 Died, a new 
Writ ordered, January 23, 1781. — '° Son of Sir John Frederick, ta 
■whose Title he succeeded in I783.— " Envoy Extraordinary and 
Plenipotentiary to the States General ; created Baron Malmibary of 
Malmsbury in the County of Wilis, and the Speaker issued his War. 
rant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, September 30, 1788. 
— " One of the Secretaries of the Treasury ; Clerk of Parliament^ 
and Cleik of the Office of Pleas in the Court of Exchequer. 



' Clerk of the Parliament, and Keeper of the Records in the Re- 
ceipt of the Eschcquer.— « A Barrister at Law ; took the Ni.me o£ 
Boarne in i So ; made Joint Secretary of the Treasury ; a new Writ 
ordered. May 1SD4, he was re-eiected. — 5 Made Joint Paymaster- 
General of the Land Foices } a new Writ ordered. May 15, 1804, 
he was re-elected. 

Pari. 3. A Petition against the Return of IVm. S. Bourne, esq. 
and the Right Honblc. Ctorge Rose, esq. Ordered to be heard, 
Marcb 12, 1807. 



PARLIAMfiKTART RBGISTEB. ^25 



Pari. No. 1 64. Lymington. 

II Sir C. Powlett, kb/ Harry Burrard, esq/ 

Lord Harry PDwlett.^ 
IS Adani Drummondy esq. Harry Burrard, esq. 
18 Adam Dnimmond, e$q/ Harry Burrard, esq.^ 

Hugo Meynell, esq. 

14 Edward Morant, esq. Sir Harry Burrard, bt. 

Henry Goodricke, esq. 

15 Thomas Dammer, esq. Harry Burrard, esq.^ 
Edward Gibbon, esq.^ 

1 6 Robert Couli; esq. Harry Burrard, esq.' 



• i 



George Rose, 6sq.^ 

17 Harry Burrafd, esq.'* ^Harry Burrard,. ^." - 
Nathaniel R.Halhed, ^. - 

18 ^WHIiam Manning, esq. Sir H. Burrard Neale, bt. 

I ^William Manning, esq.* SirH. Burrard Neale, bt.* 
8 UTilliam Manning, esq. Harry Burrard, esq.^ 

John Kingston, esq/ 
3 Sir H. Burrard Neale, bt. John Kingston, esq. 



' Eldest Son of Lord Harry Powlett j a Lieutenant- Colonel in the 
Army, and Lieutenant-Governor of the Tower of London \ his Fa- 
ther succeeding his Brother as Duke oi BoJton^ August 25, 1754* 
be was from that time styled Marquis of Winchester ^ made Steward 
and Bailiff of the three Chiltern Hundreds •, a new Writ ordered, 
January 8, 1755.— a Ranger of the t^ew Forest^ and Governor of 
Caisbot Castie.'^Z Second Son of the Duke of Bolton ; a Captain in 
the Navy.— 4 Brother-in-law to the Duke of Bolton 5 made his Elec- 
tion for St Ives\ a new Writ ordered, February 10, 1769—5 Cre- 
ated a Baronet oi Great Britain ^ March 20, 1769; made Steward of 
the three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new 
WHt ordered, January 1779. — ^ A Commissioner of Trade and 
Plantations j Author of the much-celebrated Work " The History 
of the Rise and Decline of the Roman Empire." — ^ Son of Sir Harry 
Burrard, — 9 Nephew to Sir Harry Burrard^ bart. ; a Major in 
the Army, and Governor of Calthot Castle ; made Steward of 
the three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham 5 a new 

tvoL4 n.] Q^ V/rit 



ii& FMtLIAifEHTilRT RBaiSTBIIr 



Writ orSei^, Jane 12, 1788.— '^ One of the Secretaries o£ tlie 
Treasury -4 -Clerk of the Pleas m the Court of Exchequer, and Qerk 
of Parliaknent} in tfais^Parliaoicnt before £(»r ZajMrrx/tfH*— n Gotrer* 
nor of CaiAoi Cmstle^ and has a Company in the Foot Guards \ laade 
Riding Forester of the Sevj Forest \ a new Writ ord^d, May 4^ 
i79f.-~>^'Nepliew and Heir to ^ Harry Burrafd^ hart, tb Wnoae 
Estate and Titl^ be* succeeded in Aprtl 179 1 5 a- £ientemfit iki-the 
Navy^ made a Captain in the Navy, Fcbniary i, 1793;! took the 
Namexjf i\Ui/r in- 1795. 



< A Merchant in London^ and an Agont for the bland of S( Vin* 
vent. — a^A Captain in the Navy, and a Groom of his Msjes^*»Bod? 
chamber."— 3 A Major-General in the Army ; Governor oiCakhot 
Castle^ and'First Major to the Krst Regiment of Foot Gutyrds \. made 
Steward of the-three GhilternHmtdreds \ » new Writ Ofdereil^ Dae. 
9, i8o2.<— 4 A Director of the SUrrm lime GottpanyL 



ParL No. 165. Whitchurch, 

li WiUiam Powlett, esq^' Thomas Townsheiid» eftj.* 

Geef)^ Jennings, esc]. 
X9 Geetfgp Jennings, esq. Thomas Townshend, esq^i 
XS- Boa; Heniy Wallop. ' R(. Hon. T. Tewnqhend. 
14 Ge(Sr){eVi8C.Middleton.^ Ri Hon. T. Townshend. 
I& Geoigs Vise. lilkUfeCDB. R(. Hon. T^ Townshend.' 

William Selwyn, esq.* 

1 6 Gewge Vise. Middletaow William Selwyn, e$q^ 

17 Gec»rge Vise. Middletoa.^ Hon, John T. Townfihead.^ 

18 Hon. WilliamBroderick.' B&sk. Joht^ T. Townshend. 



X Hofi. ^^ttiam^ Brodrick«> Hoa« W. A. Townshend.*' 
» Hon. WilUani Brodriek.^ Hon. W. A« Townshend. 
alfoBb Williaan j^odrick. Hon. W* A. Townshend. 



' IXed, anew Writ ordered, March 2, I757-— -^ Son of the Right 
Honfaie. Tlkmai tawnsbenJ^ and NepHew of VMcoont Towmbend ; 
iaadtf one of the Commissioners of the Treasury \ a new Writ order* 
ei^ "bkcemhct i^j^ 1765^ he was re-elected j made Paymaster- Gene- 
ral of the Land Forces ; a new Writ ordered, November 27, 1767, 
&ef was reelected.— 3 Brother to the Earl of Fortsmoutb \ a Groom 
of his Majesty's Bedchamber.-»4 Of Ire/an J.-^sMside Secretary at 
Wte; a new Writ ordered, March 27, 1782, he war re-elected ; 
made one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State; a new Writ 
orderea, July 10, 1782, he was're-efected ; created Baron Sydney of 
Cbisilburst in the County of Kent ; a new Writ ord<red« Marcn 7, 
17839 afterwards "tHscbunt Sydney. ^^^ One of his Majesty's Counsel* 
lors at Law.— >7 Eldest Son of Viscount Sydney ; one of the Commis^ 
doners of the Admiralty ; made one of the Commissioners of the 
Treasury \ a new Writ ordered, June 20> 17939 he was re-elected. 
M ^Soon after the Dissolution of this Parliament, he was created 
Baron Brodertch of Pepper Harrow^ in the County of Surrey*'^ 
9 Brother to Viscount Middleton, and Secretary to the Board for the 
Management of the Affairs of the East India Company. 

> Secretary to the East India Board, and Brother to Viscount 
Middleton of Ireland,^!* Second Son of Viscount Sydney, ^^Z Ap« 
pointed one of the Lords Commissioners of the Trffaiuxj ; a new Writ 
ordered, August 12, 1893. 



parliamen'i;ar.y registbr; 



I 



Pari. Nq. 166. 

1 1 Francis B. Delaval, esq. 

12 Sir F. B. Delaval, kb. 
LSBenj. Lethuiellier, esq 
1* Benj. Lethuiellier, esq. 
35 Benj. Lethuiellier, esq. 

1 6 Benj. Lethuiellier, esq. 

1 7 Benj. Lethuiellier, esq. 

18 Benj. Lethuiellier, esq. 
Thomas A. Smith, esq. 

I 'Hb!n.'G6ttlsoh Walksp.' 
a 'Hon. Newton Walldp.* 
3*Hon. N. W. Felldwes. 



Andovev. 
John Whit. Griffin, esq.' 
Sir John Griffiti Griffin, KB# 
Sir John Griffin Griffin, kb^ 
Sir Jdhn Griffin Griffin, kb.* 
Sir John Griffin Griffin, KB. 
Sir John Griffin Griffin, KB.* 
William Fellowes, esq. 
William Fellowes, esq. 
Hbn. Culson Fellowes. 



Thomas Ashfeton Smith, esq. 
Thomas Asheton Smith, esq. 
Thomas Asheton Smitn, esq. 



■ H»s a Company in the Foot Guards ; made Colonel of a Regt. 
of Foplin October 1759, and the same year a Major-General ; in 
January 1761, made a Lieutenant General, and a Knight of the 
Bath; lnAprili766 made Colonel of ihe First Regiment of Grena- 
dier Guards ; made Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons. — * Called 
Sp to the Houi-e of Peers to the Barony of Howard of Walden ; a 
new Writ ordered, July 6, 1784. — J Died, a new Writ orderedj De- 
, cemberij, 1797. 

■ ' Brother to the Eail of Fvrismouih — ^ Took the Nantt of Felleim. 



t^tfuaC^t 0% Mifjirtfi III* .InenS -.'iSfl' i.i.3 ■'Ti 
M[A t — .i>iA«^ laago.'.' \a not. ti j u^ *~ V^ ' 



3 



rARLXAMINTARY Rt6I6nrtEft» 9S9 



Farl No'167. Staffordshire.^, 

11 Hon. W. L. Gower.^ William Bagot, esq.* * 
Hon Henry F. Thynne.^ 

12 G. Harry, Lord Grey.'* William Bagot, esq.^ 

13 G. Harry, Lord Grey/ Sir .William Bagot, bt, 
John Wrottesley, esq.^ 

14 SirJohnWrottesley,bt/- Sir William Bagbt, bt.* . 

15 Sir John Wrottesley, bt.*** George,- Vise. Lewisham.^ 
i6 Siif John Wrottesley, bt." Sir Edward Littleton, bt, • 

George, Earl Gower.'* •• • ' 

17 George, Earl Gower.'^ SirEdward Littleton, bt. 

18 George, Earl Gower.'* Sir Edward Littleton, bt. 
Lord Granv. L. Gower/* , . ^ ' 



1 Lord Graliv. L. Goweh' Sir Edward Littleton, bt. 

2 Lord Granv. L. Gower. Sir Edwand Littleton, hu 

3 Lord Granv. L. Gower. Sir .Edward Littleton, bt. 

J H 111 I ■ J ' . I * *t t , / I I I I ■■ I H I . « ^ II M ■ 

< Uncle to Earl Gower ; died, a new Writ oVHfci'edi* December 20, 
I7j;6.— « Eldest Son of Sir Waiter Wags taff Bagot ^ bart. — 3 Brother 
to Viscount Weymouth. "^A Eldest Son of the Earl of Stamford.'-^ 
5 Succeeded his Father asiparonet in ;768.-7<^('Suc6eedcd his Father 
as Earl of Stamford\ a new Writ orderedy IVIa^.^f ,,,1768.— t7 Eld- 
est Son of the Revd. Sir Richard Wr0tesley,^ bart. . and Nephew to 
. Earl Gower \ a Captain in the. Army \ in this'Patfiiiment before for 
Newcastie-under-Line ; promoted to a Qonrpan^Fiti the Fpot Guards ; 
succeeded his Father as Baronet.— ^ On the .I>isiolutipn of this Par- 
liament he was created fiaron Bagot of Bagot^s Brom/fy in the Coun- . 
ty oi Stafford. — 9 Eldest Son of the Earl of Dartmouth ; made one of 
the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales ih May 
1782 ; made Warden of the Stannaries in 1789.— '<^ Made a Major- 
General in 1782, and in October 1784, made Colonel of a Regiment 
of Foot,— ^' Died, a new Writ issued in April 1787.—-" Eldest Sou 
of the Marquis of Stafford.^^'^^ Ambassador Extraordinary and Ple- 
nipotentiary to the King of France.'^H Summoned to the House of 
Lords as Baron Gower of Sttf/i^gham^ in the County of- 2^i; anew 
Writ ordered, February 22, 1709.— '5 Second Son of the Marquis of 
Stafford; in this Parliament before for Litchjield. 

il3 



SAv^hii$l^^nvJ^Rv reoistcr. 



» Second Son of the Marquis of Stafford, aa^ one of the Commis- 
lionets of the Treasury ; appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and 
Plenipotentiary to the Court of Russia in 1804. 



Pari 



iVtf. 168. Lildifield. 



11 Gra9riUe,Vt.Traith»ni.' 
Henry Vernon, esq. 

12 John Levett, esq,* 
Hugo Meynell, esq.* 

J3 Thomas Gilbert, esq.* 

J4 Thomas Gilbert, esq. 

15 Thomas Gilbert, esq, 

16 Thorns Gilbert, esq.' 

11 Thomas Gilbert, esq." 
Lord G. Lev. Gower." 

18 Lord G. Lev. Gower." 
Sir John Wrottesley, bt. 



Thomas Anson, esq.* 

Thomas Anson, esq. 

Thomas Anson, esq.' 
George Adams, esq.' 
George AnsoD, esq. 
George Anson, esq. 
George Anson, esq.' 
Thomas Anson, esq." 
Thomas Anson, esq. 

Thomas Anson, esq. 



1 Thomas Anson, esq. 

2 Thomas Anson, esq.' 
George Anson, esq.* 

3 George Anson, esq. 



Sir John Wrottesley, bt. 
Sir John Wrottesley, bt. 

George G, V.^ Vernon, esq.' 



» Succeeded his Father as Earl Cover, and is since created Mar. 
quis of Stafford; a new Writ ordered, January 7, 1755. — ' Eldpr 
Biothcr of Lord jinson — 3 Not duly elected. — » Duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned. -rS Comptroller of the King's Ward- 
robe, and Paymaster of the Pensions to the Widows of Sea Officers. 
~* Made Steward of the Manor of East Bendred in the County of 
Btrks i a new Writ ordered, January 24, 1770. — 7 Nephew to Mr 
i^nsoti, chinged his Name to ^nson. — S Chairman of the Committees 
of Ways and Means. — 9 Died, and the Speaker gave Notice that he 
jTOuld issue his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a 
p«v Writ, November 1789. — » Eldest Son of the deceased Member. 

■I Made 



A 



PA&UAMSNTAILY RjBOttTBR* 2S1 



Blade Steward of the Manor of East HtmhreJ in tliriSraiftr of 
Berki % m new Writ ordered, Januaiy 6, 1795-—^ Secomf Sim>of4he 
Masqins of SiaforJ\ made Steward of the three CbUtem Hmdrttb in. 
Ac CoMQT'of Ai^iMrf ifriiin | anew Wrk ordered* FtbniarjT'^aa^.xTjtp^ 
lie wtadwaeft &r the 0)unt7 of ^afonL 



fmA. t%. Hugo Mfynell^ esq. petitioned ; on the ,ttme beiof^ heard 
at -die Bar, the Petitioner was voted duly decfeed, and onght^ to. 
have been returned, and that Jabn Ltvetl^ eaq. was tot duly dected;, 
and aught ool toliaire been returned : tbe Return aiKnded accard-ic 



• Cveatod a Ptor tUGrtat Brit4tm and frWinu/by the Tide of Vis- 
it Jtusm 0£Siygborctigb In the Coaaty of Sid^orJ; a new Writ 
ordered, February 14, 1806.-—' Brother to the late Member ^ Lieu- 
tenwt-Colonel of the 16th Regiment of Dragoons.— 3 Sldest Son of 



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232 PARLIAMENTARY REOtSTSRf 



Pari Na^ 1 69. Stafford Tatvn. 

1 1 Hon. tVm. Chetwynd.* Hon. Wm. R. Ghetwynd.' 

12 Hon. Wm. Ghetwynd.* Hon. Wm. R. Gherwynd-' 

John Grewe, esq. 

1 3 William Vt. Ghetwynd.* Richard Whitworth, esq. 
William Nev. Hart, esq. 

J 4 Hugo Meynell, esq/ Richard Whitworth, esq. 

15 Hon. £d ward Monckton.^ Richard B* Sheridan, esq. 

1 6 Hon. Edward Moncktoh. Richard B« Sheridan, esq. 

17 Hon. Edward Monckton. Richard B. Sheridan, esq. 

1 8 Hon. ^dward Monckton. Ricl^ard B. Sheridan, esq. 

1 Richard B. Sheridan, esq. Hon. Edward Monckton.* 

2 RichardB. Sheridan, esq.^ Hon. Edward Monckton. 
S R. Mansel Phillips, esq. Hon. Edward Monckton. 

^ Only Son of Viscount Cbetwynd of Ir eland. "^'^ Brother to Vis- 
count Cbetwynd'j 1M aster Worker of the Mint. — ODied, si new Writ 
ordered, February 25, 1765 — 4 Succeeded his Brother as Viscount 
fhetwynd in June 1767.— 5 Died, a new Writ ordered, April 3, 
J 770. — ^ Master of the Stag Hounds.— 7 Uncle to Viscount Galway 
ci Ireland* 

Pari. 12. Sofne of the Burgesses petitioned against Mr Crewels 
Election, 



I Brother to Viscount Galway of Ireland \ apppinted by his Royal 
Highness the Prince of Wales Receiver- General of the Duchy of 
Cornwall, 1804.— ^ Made Treasurer of the Navy j a new 

^Vrit ordered, Feb. to, j8c6, he was re-chosen. 

Pari. 3. A Petition from the Electors against the Return of the 
Honble. Edward Monckton and Mr Fbillips^ esq. Prdercd to bjB 
^'card, ?^^7» 



IPAILLIAMEKTARV REGISTER. 2S0 



\ParU No^ 170. Netvcastk^under-Line. 

1 1 Hon. Baptist L. Gower/ Hon. John Waldegrave.* 

12 Henry Vernon, esq.' Hon. John Waldegrave.* 
Sir Laurence Dundas, bt. Thomas Gilbert, esq.^ 

IS John Wrottesley, esq/ Alexander Forrester, esq.^ 
George Hay, ll.d.* 

14 Sir George E^y, ll.d* George, 'SHsc. Chewton.'* 
George, Vt. Trentham." 

15 George, Vt. Trentham. Arch. Macdonald, esq.'* 

1 6 Richard Vernon, esq.'' Arch.* Macdonald, esq.'^ 

17 Hon. John L. Gower.»* Sir A, Macdonald, kt."* 
William Egerton, esq. Sir Francis Ford, bt. 

18 Edward W. Bootle, esq. William Egerton, esq. 

lEd^irard W* Bootle, esq. William Egerton, esq- 
2 JEdward W. Bootle, esq. Sir Robert Lawley, bt. 
S Edward W^ Bootle, esq. James Macdonald, esq. 

— ^ — - - — -^— ^— ^^^^^"^ 

' Uncle to Earl Gower. — a Brother to Earl Waldegrave y a 
Groom of bis Majesty ^s Bedchamber, and Colonel of a Regiment of 
FoQt ; made Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons, and a Major-Gene- 
ral J in 1759 made a Lieutenant-General, and in 1760 Governor of 
Pfymoutb.'^^ Made a Commissioner of Excise \ a new Writ ordered, 
December 20-, 1783.-4 Succeeded his Brother as Earl Waidegrave ; 
a new Writ ordered, November 13, ^763.-f— 5 Comptroller of the 
Watdrobe to his Majesty. — ^ Eldest Son of the Revd. Sir Richard 
tVrottesiey^ and Nephew to Earl Gower ; made Steward of the three 
Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ or- 
dered, November 22, 1768, he was elected for the County.— 7 A 
Barrister at Law.—* Dean of the Arches, and Judge of the Prero- 
gative Cour^ of Canterbury ; made Judge and President of the High 
Court of Admiralty J a new Writ ordered, January 13, 1774, he 
•was re-elected. — 9 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, September 1778. — ^^ Eldest 
Son of Earl Waidegrave, — " Eldest Son of Earl Gower, — " Brother 
to Lord Macdonald of Ireland^ one of his Majesty^s Counsellors at 
Law, and a Welsh Judge ; Son-in-law to Earl Gower."^^^ Brother- 
in-law to Earl Gower, ^^H A Welsh Judge, and Solicitor- General 
to his Majesty ) made Attorney-General to his Majesty, and knight. 



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td J a new Writ ordered, June rj, 1788, he was re-elected.^ 
»5 Brother to the Marquis of Hiaford; « Rear- Admiral of the Blue j 
died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown 
for a new Writ, September 3, 1792,— ** Made Lord Chief Baron of 
the Court of Exchequer j a new Writ ordered, Feb. 12, 1793- 

Pari. 17, Thantat Fleichtr aad Clement KytratrsUy, eaqrs. pedtion- 
ed. The Committee who tried this Election found the sKting Mem- 
bers duly elected. 



Pari. 2. Oliver Bechr, esq. and some of the Electors petitioned ; 
but tte Chairmuiof the Committee that tried the Election reported 
to the Houte, May 28, 1803, that the sitting Members were duly 
elected, and that the Petitions were not frivoloua or ve-'iatious. 



Part. 



1 1 Hon. Thomas VilUers.' 
Geo. Bussy, Vi. Villiers. 

12 Geo. Bussy, Vt. Villiers. 
33 Wiljiam de Grey, esq.* 

Charles Vernon, esq.' 
14 Thomas de Grey, esq.' 

35 John Courtenay, esq." 

1 6 John Courtenay, esq. 

17 John Courtenay, esq. 
J 8 Thomas Carter, esq. 



I Thomas Carter, esq.' 
S WilHam Loftus, esq.* 
3 William Loftus, esq. 



No. 171. Tamivorth. 

Sir Robert Burdett, bt. 



,' Sir Robert Burdett, bt.: 
Edward Thurlow, esq.* 

Edward Thurlow, esq.' 
Anihony Chamier, esq.* 
Anthony Chamier, esq.'* 
John Calvert, jtm. esq.'* 
John Calvert, jim. esq. 
Robert Peele, esq. 
Robert Peele, esq. 



I 



Sir Robert Peele, bt. 
Sir Robert Peele, bt. 
Sir Robert Peele, bt. 



H 



• Brother to the Earl of Jersey ; a Commissioner of the Admi- 
ralty } created Earon HyJe of Bmdon in the County of Wiltt ; a new 
Writ ordered, June 18, 1736.— ^ Only Son of the Earl of Jersey. 
—3 A Commissioner of the Admiralty ; made Vice -Chamberlain of 
his IVlajesty^s Household i a new Writ ordered, December 17,1765, 



KAEUAHCVTAIIV «JB0I8TBRt 23S 



ke was reelected.— 4 Made his Election for Newport in the County 

of Otrtntm//^ a new Writ ordered, NoRrember 24, 1768.— 5 Made 

Solidtor-GiBQ^ral to his Majesty ^ a new Writ ordered, March 28, 

2770^ he was re-elected j made Attomey-Generd to in Majesty ; 

a new Writ ordered, January 25, 177 if iie wat ge»eleefd^— »Lieu* 

>aiit Giwrwar of tne Tower of Londim, and a Blajar-Geiieral in 

the MjBkjm^^l Oaly Sen of Lord Chief Juctice Me Gret^ \ one «»f the 

Glooms of his Majesty^s Bedchamber \ made a Commissioner of 

Trade and Plantations; a new Writ ordered, June 5, 1777, he was 

le-dccted.— ' On the 2d of June 1 778, Us Majesty was pleased to 

aeate hM Baroii n»r/#w dF jisbfield in the Coanty of %/#«, and 

the next day he was appointed Lord High Chancettor ^Crew^ Bri* 

ftmri a otw Writ osdered, June 5, 177^^—9 Deputy Secretary at 

War $ appointed Under Secretary to Lord Viscount Weymotaif one 

of has Migesty^s Principal Secretaries of State.-^i^' Secretary to the 

Master-General of the Ordnance ; made Surveyor of the Ordnance ; 

anew Writ ordered, April 231 1783, he was re-elected.-*" Died, a 

new Writ ordered, November i, i7fo.— >* Son to the Member for 

JZeff^W I Secrcuuy to the Lord 



PaiL I a. Simqm Luttrell and WilKam Abmy^ esqrsp petitioned, 
and after the House had auide some Progress in the iSMtter. on the 
^id Fabrvary 1762, they requested leave to withdraw their Peti- 
lioD, which the House complied with. 



' Priirate Secretary to the Duke of For //i^a/.—^ A Majorr General, 
and Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons^ 



2S© 



PARLIAMENTARY RBO)dT£R^ 



Pari. No. 172. Suffolk Cmnty. 

II SirCordeIlFirebrace,bt.' John Affleck, esq, 
Rowland Holt, esq. 



12 Rowland Holt, esq. 

13 Sir John Rous, bt.* 
Rowland Holt, esq. 

14 Rowland Holt, esq. 
] 5 Sir John Rous, bt. 

1 6 Sir John Rous, bt. 

17 Sir John Rous, bt.^ 

18 Charles, Vise. Brome/ Sir C. T. Bunbury, bt. 



Charles Tho. Bunbmy, esq* 
Sir C. T. Bunbury, bt. 

Sir C. T. Bunbury, bt. 
Sir C- T. Bunbury, bt. 
Joshua Grigby, esq. 
Sir C. T. Bunbury, bt 



1 Charles, Vise. Brome/ 

2 Charles, Vise. Brome.* 
Thomas S. Gooeh, esq. 

3 1 homas S. Gooch, esq. 



Sir C. T. Bunbury, bt^ 
Sir C. T. Bunbury, bt. 

Sir C. T. Bunbury, bt. 



< Died, a new Writ ordered, February 49 I759«— ' Died, and tlic 

Speaker issued kis Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a 

new Writ, i^j 1.^-3 On the Dissolution of this Parliament 

' he was created h^ron Rotis of Dennington in the County oiSttjfolk.^^^ 

4 Only Son of Marquis CorHwaUis, 



I Eldest Son of Marquis Cornwallis.''^'^ Succeeded his Father z^ 
Marquis Cornwaliis ^ a new Writ ordered, January 1806. 



rARLIAMEKTARY REOISTEIU 237. 

FarU No. 173. Ifiszvicfu 

11 Edward Vernon, esq.' Samuel Kent, esq -^^ 
Thomas Staunton^ esq. George Montgomery, esq- 

12 Thomas Stamiton> esq. Francis Vernon, esq.^ . 
IS Thomas Scauiiton, esq. William WoUaston, esq. 
Uf Thom^is Staunton^ esq. William Wollastpn, esq. . i 
15 Thomas Staunton, esq. William Wollaston, esq. r 
i6Wilb'am Middleton, esq. JohriCator, eiq.^ 

Charles A. Crickett, esq.* 

17 Sir John D*Oyley, hu Charles A.. Crickett, esq.- 

18 Sir Andw. S*Hamond,bt. Charles A. Crickett/ esq. 



1 Sir And. S. Hambnd, bt. Charles A. Crickett, esq.* 

2 Sir And. S. Hamond, bt.* Charles A. Crickett, esq.^ 

William Middleton, fesq.^ 
S Hon. Robert Stopford.* Richard Wilson, esq. 



I IHed, a new Writ ordered, December i,. I757«— -* Died, a new 
Writ ordered, November 13, 1759. — 3 Created Baron Orwell o£ 
Newrym Ireland \ in 1762 made a Commissioner of Trade and Plan- 
tations j 'a new Writ ordered, December 20, 1762, he was re-elected. 
Not duly elected.— 5 A Proctor in Doctors Commons. 



Pari. 16. Charles Alexander Crickett ^ esq. petitioned. On the 
18th of June 1784, the Chairman of the Committee appointed to try 
this contested Election, reported to the House, that it was a void 
Election as far as it related to John Cator^ esq. 

Pari* 16. A number of Electors petitioned against Mr Crickett^ f 
Election, but they afterwards requested leave to withdraw it^ to 
which the House consented. 



I Deputy Register of the Prpvince of Canterbury.'^ * Died, 
a new Writ ordered, February :^, 1803.— 3 Comptroller of the Navy, 
and an Elder Brother of the Trinity House. -^ Created a Baronet, 
May 12, i8o4.-*5 Son of the Earl of Courtown \ a Captain io the 
Navy, and a Colonel of Marines.. 



PAKLiAMiHTARr klOISTSR. 



Pari. 



No. 174. Dumcick. 



n 



11 Sir T. 6^ DotrtDDg, bt. 

12 Rt. Hon. Henry Fox.* 
Sir J. G. Downing, bt.* 
Miles Bame, esq. 

13 Miles Barne, esq. 
1* Miles Barne, esq." 

Barne Bame, esq. 
15 B^rae Bame, esq. 
j6 Bame Barne, esq. 

17 B&rae Barne, esq. 
Miles Barne, esq. 

1 8 Snowdon Bame, esq. 



Soame Jenynsi esq.* ■ ' ' 

Alexander Forrester, esq.* 
Eliab Harrey, esq. 

Gerrard W. Van Neck, esq. 
Gerrard W. Van Neck, esq.* 

SirGer.W. Van Neck, bt. 
Sir Ger. W. Van Neck, bt; 
Joshua Vmi Neck, esq. 

Sir Joshua Van Neck, bt.' 



r JcFshua L. Huntingfield.' Snowdon Bame, esq. 

2 Joshua Ld. Hmilingfield. Snowdon Bame, esq. 

3 Joshua Ld. Huntingfield. Snowdon Bame, esq. 



» Made a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations ; a new Writ 
ordered, December 22, 1755, he was re-elected ; made Stewaid of 
the three CbUurn Huadr/iii \a the County of Eueiinghojn ; he was 
elected for the Town oi Cambridge.— '^ A Barrister at Law 3 Bro- 
ker to ihe-Earlof //rier/fr ; Paymaster- General of the Land Forces ; 
made- Cletk of. the Pelis m Ireland i a new Writ ordered, Nov. 25, 
1762, he was re-elected ; created I-otA Holland, Baron ofFo*/evin 
the County of tF///j i a new Writ issued, April 18, 1763.— 4 Died, 
anew Writ Ordered, February 9, 1764. — S Succeeded his Father as 
Baronet in 1777. — 6 Made Steward of the ihiec Cbiitern HunJredi 
Jn tlic County of Buctingham ; a new Writ ordered, 1777. 

— 7 Made a Commissioner of Taxes ; a new Writ ordered, May 
1791.— s Created Loid Huntingfield'm Irelandm 1796. 



1 Of Ireland.— 'i^ Made Remembrancer of the Exchequc 
"Wtit oidered, January 2i, iSofi, he was le-dected. 




PARLIAMSNTART RfdlSTIlt. 2SS 



Fori ,No. 175. Orford. 

» Rt. Hon. H: B. Legge/ Johm Offle^, esq.^ 

Charles IRtzroy, ^.^ 
12 Thomas Worsley, esq.* John Offley, esq.* 
18 Francis Vt. Beauchamp/ Edward Colman^ esq.^ 

Hon. Robert S Conway.* 

14 Frauds Vt. Beauchamp.^ Hoik Robert S. Conway. 

15 Francis Vt- Beauchamp. Hon. Robert S. Conway. 
k6 Francis Vt. Beauchamp. Hon- George S. Conway.'^ 
VI Francis Vt. Beauchamp.'^ Hon* Wm. S. Conway." 

Lord Robert Seymour.' ' Hon. Robert Stewart.'* 
18 Lord Henry Seymour.' * Francis Earl of Yarmouth. 



1 Lord Robert Seymour.' Franda Earl of Yarmouth.* 

2 Lord Robert Seymour. James Trail, esq. 

S Lord Robert Seymour. Lord Henry Moore.' 



t Uncle to the Earl of Dartmouth ; made Chancellor and Under 
Treasurer of the Exchequer ^ a new Writ ordered, December 2, 
1756, he was re-elected ^ again appointed to the same Offices \ a new 
Writ ordered, July i, 1757, he was re-elected; made Steward of 
the three Cbiitern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new 
Writ ordered, January 23, 1758, he was re-elected ; made Surveyor 
of the Petty Customs of the Port oi London \ a new Writ ordered, 
December 7, 1759, he was re-elected for the County of 5(9ir/i&tfx^0;7. 
•-^Made Keeper of the Private Roads ; a new Writ ordered, April 
9, 17569 he was re-elected \ made a Groom of his Majesty's fied- 
chtmber ; a new Writ ordered, July i, 1757, he wag re-elected.— 
3 Brother to the Duke of Gra/ton; has a Company in the Foot 
Guards ; made a Groom of his Majesty's Bedchamber ^ a new Writ 
ordered, June 16, 1^60; made a Groom of the fiedchamber to his 
Majesty } as was also — 4 John Offley^ esq. a new Writ was issued, 
November 26, 1 760, and they were both re-elected.-— 5 Surveyor- 
General of the Board of Works. — ^ Eldest Son of the Earl of Hert" 
ford\ made one of the Commissioners of the Treasury ; a new Writ 
ordered, March 1774, he was re-elected.— 7 A Captain of Dragoons; 
maJe one of the Gentleman Ushers to his Majesty ; a new Writ or* 
dered, May 8, 1771.—* Third Son to the Earl of Hertford'^ a Cap- 
tain 



240 PARLIAMEKfTARV RECIST£R» 



tain of Dragoons.-— 9 Made .Cofferer of the Household } a new Writ 
ordered y January 28, 17 80, he was re-elected .-—^o Fourth Son of the 
Earl of Hertford \ a Captain in the Army .— <i Fifth Son of the Earl 
of Hertford \ ao Officer in the Army^— ** From the 29th! of June 
1793, he was stiled Earl of Tarmoutb^hh Father being then created 
Earl of Yarmouth and Marquis of Hertford i a new Writ, ordoredy 
June 30, I794*-— '3 Second Brother to the Marquis. 6{ .Hertjordi 
Joint dlerk of the Crown, &c. in the Court t>f King^s -Bench in Ire* 
/tiffV.—- <4 Next Brother to the Marquis of Hertford '^ Joint Clerk of 
the Crown, &c. in the Court 6f King^s Benqh in Ire/a^d.'-^^S Eldest 
Son of Viscount Cast/ereagb in Ire/and^ who being created Earl o£ 
Londonderry in that Kingdom, August 1796, he was from that time 
stiled Viscount Cautereagh ; made Steward of the three Cbi/tem 
Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered| Juljr 

^9» *797- 



< Brother to the Marquis of Hertford^ and Joint Clerk of the 
Crown in Ire/and.'^^ Only Son of the Marquis of Hertford.^^ Son 
of the Marquis of Drogbeda, 



frARLIAMKKtAlLV ItEOflSTEIt*^ 241 



Pari No. 176. Aldborough. 

1 1 WiUiam W. Ashe, esq. Zachary P. Fonnereau, esq. 

12 Philip Foaaereaii, esq. Zachary P. Foimereau, esq. 

13 Nicholas Liawood, esq ' Zachary P. Fonnereau, esq. 
Thomas Fonnereau, esq. 

1^ Thomas Fonnereau,esq.^ Richard Combe, esq* 

Martki Fomiereao, esq. 
15 Martin Foimereau, esq. Philip C. Crespi^ney, esq.^ 
i6 Samuel Salt, esq. Philip C Crespigney, esq. 

IT George Lord Grey.* Thomas GrenviHe, esq.^- 
18 Sir Joha Aubrey, bt. Michael Ang. Taylor, esq. 



1 Sir John Aubrey, f^. George Johnstone, esq. 

2 Sir John Aubrey, bt. John M'Mahon, esq.* 

3 Sir John Aubrey, bt. John M^Mahon, esq. 

' Died, a new Writ ordered. May 3, 1773. — * Died, a new Writ 
ordered, May 22, 1779. — ^ Procurator- General to his Majesty in 
Doctors Commons and Admiralty Courts.— 4 Eldest Son of the £arl 
of Stamford. --^S Next Brother to the Marquis Qi Buckingham. 



' Vice-Treasurer, and Commissioner of Accounts to the Prince of 
Wules ;. made Keeper of the Privy Purse ; Keeper of the Privy Seal ; 
Private Secretary, and Secretary Extraordinary to the Prince of 
Wales I also Auditor of the Duchy oi Cornwall, and Vice-Warden 
of the Stannaries ; made Storekeeper of the Ordinance ; a new Writ 
ordered, February io> 1806, he was re-chosen. 



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(ARLIAMZNTARY k£CIST£R.- 



Parl. No. 177- Sudbury. 

1 1 Thomas Fonnereau, esq. Thomas Walpole, esq.* 

12 Thomas Fonnereau, esq. John Henniker, esq. 

13 Patrick Blake, esq.* Walden Hanmer, esq.* 

14 Thomas Fonnereau, esq.* Philip C. Crespigney, esq.* 
Sir Patrick Blake, bt.^ Sir Walden Hanmer, bt.* 

15 Sir Patrick Blake, bt. Philip C. Crespigney, esq.* 
Sir James Marriot, kt.' 

1 6 William Smith, esq. James Langston, esq. 

17 Tho. C. Crespigney, esq. John Coxe Hippesley, esq.' 

1 8 Sir James Marnott, kt. William Smith, esq. 

-^ . . M 

X Sir James Marriot, kt.' William Smith, esq. ^H 
3 Sir J- C. Hippesley, bt. John Pylches, esq. -^^i* 
3 Sir J. C. Hippesley, bt. John Pytches, esq. 

' Secaiid Son of the Right Honble. Horaiio Walpole ; cteated in 
1756 Lord Walpole o( Wollerian in the County oiNor/oli; a London 
Merchant, — ' Created a Batonel of G«fl( firi/o/n, Sept. 19, I772. 
— 3 Created a Baronet of Great Britain, May 3, 1774. — 44 Not 
duly elected — S Duly elected, and ought to have been returned.— 
^ Not duly elected — 7 Duly elected, and ought to have been return- 
ed ; Judge of the High Court of Admiralty— S Electod Recorder of 
this Borough ; created a Baronet of Great Britain, April 30, 1796. 

Pari. 13. Thomas Fonnereau, esq. petitioned. The Merits of this 
Election was tried at the Bar, ivhen on the 1 5th of February 1770, 
the House determined that the silting Members were duly elected. 

Pari. 14. Sir Walden Hanmer bt\A Sir Patrick Blaie, barts. peti- 
tioned. On the 1775, the Chairman of the Committee 
who tried this contested Election, reported to the House, that the 
Petitioners were duly ekcled, and ought to have been returned ; and 
that the sitting Members were not duiy elected. 

Pari. 15. Sir Jamej Marriot, bart. petitioned against Mr Cresfiig~ 
ney'j Election. On the 26th of April 178 1, the Chairman of the 
Committee that tried this contested Election, reported to the House, 
th.u the Petit! I'ler was duly elected, and ought to have been rciuia- 

-■--——--■ JJ 

■ ' Recorder of this BsroBghj a Seuchetsf the Inner Teinpl^^^^H 



'^ H^Altl'IAMEKTARY KBOISTIM 24ft 



farU t^o. 178. Eye^ 

li CkJurthorpe Clayton, esq.' Nicholas Hiirdmge, esq.* 

Henry Townshend, esq.^ 
Charles Vise, ^rome.* 
18 Hon. Henry Comwallis.^ Charles Vise. Brome^^ 
Henry Townshend, esq.^ Joshua Vise. Allen«* 
Richard Burton, esq*^ 
it Hon. W, CemwalUs. • Joshua Vise. Allen.*' 
Franci8,M. Carmarthen,"* Rich. B. PhilUpson, esq.'^. 

14 Hon. John St John.'* Rich. B. Phillipson, esq.'* 

15 Am. JamesSkelton, esq.'^ Rich; B. F^iillipison; esq.'^ 
Hon. W. Comwallis. Rich. B. FhilUpton, esq. 

i6 Peter fiathurst, esq.'* 

17 !ion# W. Comwallis.'^ Rich. B. PhilKpson, esq.*^ 

Peter Bathurst, esq^*' 
Charles Vise Brome.** 

18 Hon. W. Comwallisi Mark Singleton, esq/' 



»4 



James Comwallis. 



1 James Comwallis, esq.i Hon. W. Cornwallis.* 

2 James Comwallis, esq. Hon. W. Cornwallis. 
S Geo. Marquis of Huntiy.^ Hon. W. Comwallis.* 

, ; i — : ^ y 

< Made Avenor and Clerk: Martial td hii Maje^j \ d ncfv^ Writ 
ordered, December i, 1757, he was re-elected.*—' Recorder of 
Kmgton ufon-Tbames 'y Attorney-General to tlie Duke oi Cumberiand^- 
and one of the Secretariesf xa the Trcasifcry 5 dicfd, a new Writ or- 
dcredy April 17, 1758.— 3 Nephew to Viscount Townshend\ a 
Captain in the Army in 1759 \ made Captain of a Company in the 
Foot Guards ; made Steward of the three Chi/tern Hundreds in the 
Q€Ka\t J oi Buckingham ; a ilew Writ ordered, January 16, 1760.— 
— ^ Eldest Son of Earl Cofn^hallis j a Captain in thel Arrajr.-i^5 Se- 
cond Son of Earl Cornvoallii \ a Captain in the Army ; died, a new. 
Writ ordered, November 28, 176*.— ^ Mdde Lf^uteriarit Colonel of 
the i2th Regiment of Foot ; succeeded his Father ai Earl ColrnvoaU 
lis ; a new Writ ordered, November 25, 176^ \ since created Mar- 
quis Cornwallis.*^! Second Son of the flight Hon. Thomai Town- 
ihendf and Nephew to Viscount Townstend ; Captain of a Comv^- 

R2 nf 



844> 9AX.LIAMBNTART* RBGISTIIU 



ny in the Foot Guards 'y killed at the battle of Williamstall ; a new 
Writ ordered, November 25, 1762.—^ A Lieutenant-Colonel in the 
Armyw-^9 Lieutenant- Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons.— ^O ^^ 
cond Brother to Earl Cornvujlis ; a Captain in the Navy ; made 
Steward of the three Cbiitern Hundreds ^ a new Writ ordered , 
i774.«->" Has a Company in the Foot Guards ; made Steward and 
Bailiff of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckinghaai \ 
anew Writ ordered, April 9, 1770.—'^ £idest Son of the Duke of 
Leeds.-'^^l Lieutenant- Colonel of Dragoons.^-H Brother pf Vifeount 
Bolinghroke\ made Surveyor-General of the Crown L^ds>.4new 
Writ ordered, ^77J> ^^ was re-elected.— "5 Made Colonel 

of a Regiment of Dragoons in 1781.— '^Brotheir4n-law to £arl 
CornwalUs \ made Steward of the three CbUiern Hundreds it tbe 
County of Buehingb^m \ a new Writ ordered, March ^ju x^2^-^ 
17 Made a Majoi-General in 1779, and a Lieutenant-General in 
1787. — 18 Cousin to Earl Batburst \ a Major-General io the Army* 
—19 Brother of Earl Cornwaliis ; a Captain in the Navy ; Colonel 
of Marines, and Commander in Chief of a Squadron in tha EdUt Im" 
dies\ made Rear- Admiral of the White in February 1793 j a Vice- 
Admiral in July 1794, and Rear- Admiral of Great Britain in March 
J796.— >^ Died, and the Speaker issued hifi Warrant to the Clerk of 
the Crown for a new Writ, September 5, 1792. — *' A Lieutenant- 
General in the Army.— *« Only Son of Marquis Cornwaliis. -^'^^ Son- 
in-law to the Marquis CornviaUis 5 Storekeeper of the Ordnance ; 
made Steward of the Manor otEast Hendredin the County of Berks ; 
a new Wiit ordered, October 11, 1^99...^ Son to the Bishop of 
Litchfield 9Xk^ Coventry, and Nephew to Marquia Cornv^allis^ 



r Son to the Bishop of Litchfield znA Coventry, ^^'^ Brother of Mar- 
quis Cbr/iw^Z/tj' ; Admiral of the Blue, and Rear- Admiral of J?/i^- 
land,^-^ Eldest Son of the Duke oi Gordon ; a Major-General, and 
Colonel of the 42d or Royal Highland Regiment.— 4 MsKie Steward 
of the three Chiltern Hundreds } a hew Writ ordered^ Dec. i8o6. 



I^ARLIAMEHTART RCOISTER. 245 



Farl^ No. 179. Si. Edmund^ s Bury. 

jfz Williain Vu Peter^am. Hon. F. Hjervey.* ') Votes. 

Hon.A.LHervey. 3 equaL 

A. Henry, E. of Euston.* 

fton. A. John Hervey. Hon. Felton Hervey.* 
Ifi Hon. A. John Hervey.^ Charles Fitzroy^ esq.^ 

Ifon* WiHiam Hervey.* 

15 Hon. A. John Hervey.^ Charles Fitzroy, esq ^^ 

14 Hon. A. John Hervey." Sir Charles Davers, bt."* , 

Rt Hon. H- S.Conway.' ' 
if Rt. Hon, H. S.Conway.'* 

16 HDD. Geo. F. Fitzroy.'^ Sir Charles Davears. bt. 
Lori Charles Fitzroy.'^ ^ 

17 Lord Charles Fitzroy.'^ Sir Charles Davers, bt.;; 
l&.Frederick Lord Hervey.'* Sir Charles Davers, bt. 



1 Sir Charles Davers, bt.* Frederick Lord Hervey.' 

2 Lord Charles Fitzroy-* Frederick tord Hervey.* 

' ' J. Henry, Lord Tempfetpn.^ 

3 Lord Charles Fitzroy, J. H^enry, Vt. TempJeton. 






* Only Son of the Earl of Harrington \ Colonel of the 2d Troop 
of Horse Grenadier Guards, and Customer of Dublin \ succeeded his 
Father as Earl of Harrington j a new Writ ordered, December 1 4, 
1756.—* Uncle to the Earl of Bristol. — 3 Brother to the Earl of 
Bristol i a Captain in the Navy. There being an equal number t)f 
Votes for the two last mentioned, the House declared it to be a void 
Election, in respect of the Honble. Felton Harvey^ and the Honble, 
Augustus John Harvey \ a new Writ ordered, December 2, 1754.— 
4 Groom of the Bedchamber to the Duke of Cumberland. — 5 Grand- 
son and Hieir of the Duke of Grafton ; a Gentleman of the Bedcham- 
ber to the Prince of Wales \ succeeded his Grandfather as Dukt of 
Grafton \ anew Writ ordered, May 16, 1757. — ^ Made Colonel of 
Marines in 1762 ; made Steward of the Manor of Old Shcreham ; a 
new Writ ordered, February 17, 1763, he was elected for Saliash, 
—7 Only Brother to the Duke of Grafton ; one of the Grooms of 
his Majesty's Bedchamber, and Colore] of a Regiment of Foot ; 
made Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons in 1765. — ^ Third Biother 
to the Earl oi Bristol; a Major in the Army%— 9 A. C^i^X.'a[\xv V\ xV^ 

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Navy ; a Colonel of Marines, and one of the Crrooms of his Majesty^f 
Bedchamber ^ made one of the CommissioDers of the Admiralty $ a 
new \yrij ordered, DcCj 23, 1770, he. was re-clccted.-^^o Vice- 
Chamberlain iq the Queen ; made a Major-Gene ral in May 1772^ 
an4 a Lieutenant General in August i^'j'j*'^^ Succeeded lus Bro- 
ther as Earl oi Bristol \ a new Writ ordered, March X775.— ^* A 
Captain in the Army on Half-pay .-^'S fir9ther to the Earl of Herh 
ford ; a General in the Army ; Colohel of the Royal Regimept of 
Horse Guards, and Governdr of the Island of y^r/^y.— -M Made 
Commander in Chief of the Land Forces in Gremt Britain^ Marcl^ 
27i i^S^TT^'^ Eldest Son' to Lord Soutba^tom ari Officer in the 
Army, and one pf the Grooms of the bedchamber to the Prince -of 
Wales ; ibade Steward of the three Cf^iheri^ Hui^dreJs in the County 
of Buehtngbam \ a new Writ ordered, January 23, 1 787.—?^ Second 
Son of the Duke oi Grafton ; an Officer in the Army; 'In July 1789 
appointed to a' Company in the Foot Guards.-<-l7 In March l^gi^ 
made one of the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber to the .Prince of 
Wales^ and Feb. 28, 17959 one of \i\% Majesty -s Aide«*de-C^mp««>p 
fS Only Son of the Earl oi Bristol. 

. ... ^ : .,./•.«, 

I Only Son of the Earl of Bristol.^^^* A Captain in the Army on 
H^l^pfiy.-^ Son of tlie Duke of'GrJ0/?^;r ; a Major-General, ^d 
ColoneJ of a ^giment of Foot.— 4 One of the Under Secretaries of 
State ; siuccee4ed his Father as Earl ot-Bristo/i a new Writ ordered^ 
August 5, 1803. — 5 Of the Kmgdom oi Ireland i created Vispoun| 
Tiiwi^/^^/(7/^, of the Kingdom of /r^/j/ii/i |n i8o6. ' 



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647 



Pari No. 180. 

1 1 Rt. Hon. Arth. Onslow/ 
22 George Onslow, esq/ 
IS Rt. Hon^ Geo. Onslow. 

1 4 James Scawen, esq. 

15 Hon. Augustus Keppel.^ 
G. John, Vt. Althorpe.^ 
Sir Robert Clayton, bt.^ 

X 6 Hon. William Norton.^ 
Lord William Russell.^ 
X 7 Lord William Russell. 

X 8 Lord William Russell. 



Surrey; 

Thomas Bugden, esq. 
Sir Francis Vincent, bt. 
Sir Francis Vincent, bt. 
Sir Francis Vincent, bt.^ 
Sir Joseph Mawbey, bt. 
Sir Joseph Mawbey, bu 



Sir Joseph Mawbey, bt. 

Hon. William C. Finch.* 
Sir John Frederick, bt. 
Sir John Frederick, bt. 



1 Sir John Frederick, bt. 

2 Sir John Frederick, bt. 
8 Sir John Frederick, bt. 



Lord William Russell.' 
Lord William Russell. 
Lord William Russell. 



> Speaker of this and the four preceding Parliaments.— >^ $on o$ 

^lic late Speaker j Out-Ranger of Windsor Forest ; made one of the 

Commissioners of the Treasury S a new Writ ordered, December 

^7, 1765, he was re-elected — ^ Died« a new Writ ordered, Maj 

^775.-4 Uncle to the £ad of Albemarle ; Admiral of the Blue, 

^nd one of the Elder Brethren of the Trinity House ; made First 

^XtfOrd of the Admiralty, and soon after created Viscount Keppel of 

^ieveden in the County of Suffolk ; a new Writ ordered, March 27, 

^782.— -5 Only Son of Earl Spencer % one of the Commissioners of 

^lie Treasury ; before in this Parliament for the Borough of Norths 

^mpton ; succeeded his Father as Earl Spencer \ a new Writ ordered^ 

^^ovember 11, 1783.— <5 Before in this Parliament for Bletcbingly.^^ 

£Idest Son of Lord Grantly^ on whose Death he succeeded to the 

'^erage ; a new Writ ordered, January 5, 1789.—* Second Bro- 

"^Ijcr to the Duke of Bedford,'^^ Second Brother to the Earl of 

^. ^ylesford ; a Captain in the Navy ; in June 1794 made a Rear Ad« 

^^airal of the Blue ; died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the 

lerk of the Crown for a new Writ, October 1794. 



^ Brother to the Duke oiBedfordy made onjc of the Commissioners 
f the Admiralty } a new Writ ordered, February io, i8o6« he wa.% 
t-chosen. R 4 



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Pari. No. 181. Houthzi^iark. 

11 William Belchfer, esq. William Hamtiu^nd^c*^ 

12 Alexander Hume, esq.' Joseph Mawhfey, e^/ 
Henry Thrale, . esq. 

1 3 Henry Thrale, esq. Sir Joseph Matjijey, hi. ' 

14 Henry Thrale, .esq, Nathaniel Polhill^, esq.. . 

15 Sir Richard Hotham, kt. Nathaniell^olfaift, eSq.^^; 

Henry Hiomtoif , ' e^; 
J6 Sir Barnard Turner, kt.* Henry 1 hortiton, . e^; '. 

Paul Le Mesurier, esq.^ " 

17 Paul Le Mesu]i;ier, esq.^ Henry Tliornton, esq. 
i 8 Geo. W. Thelusson, esq.'^ Henry Thornton, esq. 

Geo. W. Thelusson, esq.' , 

George Tiemey, esq. 



I Henry Thornton, esq.* George Tieracyi ^sq* 
3 Hepry Thornton, esq. George 1 ierney, fsq.* 
3 Henry Thornton, esq. Sir 1 homas Turton, bt. 



xDied, anew Writ ordered, December 17, 1765.— * Created a 
Baronet oi Great Britain^ July 30, 1765. — 3 Died, and the Speaker 
issued bis Warrant to tbe Clerk ^f tbe Crown for a new Writ, Sept. 
14, 1782.— 4 An Alderman oi London \ died, a new Writ ordeted, 
June 15, 17844-— 5 An Alderman of Z(>Wo/7, and one pf the Direc- 
tors of the Eait [m/MiCotnp&r^y,'^^ Lord Mayor cf London to 179 5* 
—7 A Director of the East Inditt Company ; bis Election being de- 
clared void, a new "Writ was ordered, November 11, 1796.—* Found 
by the Committee that tried the Petition against his Election not to 
be eligtblp. ■ - 

Pari. 13. Williafn.Belchier^ esq. ^petitioned against Sir Josep^. 
Mauhfy^'s El/^ction. |L)n tihe 14th oi IV^^f^rdi 1769/ tbe CJhairman of 
the Committee appcjnted to try this contested Election, reported to 
the House, that the Petition was vexatious, frivolous, and groundless. 
The House ordered Mr Beicbier to make satisfaction. 

Pari. 16. Sir Fichatd Hotham^ bart. and several of the Electors 
jrellticned pgainst JVIr Le Mesurier^s Election. On the 4th of April 
ijSj, the Cnairman of the Committee appointed to try this contested 

ElectipOy 



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Election, reported to the House^ that the sitting Member was duljr 
elected. 

Pari. t&. ^ttrrge 7iemeyy esq. petitioited. TheCtetrmtm of the 
CoBEi<nittoe :a^^intcd to trjr this £kctibti, reported ito«^ House, 
'Kliat the Allegatiotii in the Petition of Mr Tier^^y. ugainst the Re< 
Xum of George Woodford Thelusson^ esq. as one of the Representa- 
tives in parliament for the Borough of Southwark^ and the Evidence 
'K.'hat hail bfeen adduced* in behalf of Mr Tierney^ were sufRcient to 
znake'tke ^inela void Electiort, November ii, 1796; 

• 

Pari. 18, "George Tierney^ esq. petitioned against George Wood" 

^Jord TA^/w^JO^wV second Election, and the Chairman that tried this 

contested Ekjction, reported to the House, that George Woodford 

'^beiusjioriif esq. was not eligible to be elected, and eught not to havi 

l)een elected : that George TUrney^ esq. the Petitioner, .w^M1v4t 

elected, and ought to have been returned : that the Petition of tnc 

Opposition made to it was not frivolous or vexatious, December 21, 

J 796. 



I A Merchant dP ijand^iu^'^ Appointed Txeasurer of the Navy ; a 
new "Writ oi'dered, June 1, 1803;. ^^ ^^^ re-elected ; appointed First 
Commissioner of the Board For East India AfEairs \ a new Writ or- 
dered, October 1807^ hut before the Election came on, the I^arlia" 
ment was-dissohred. 

Pari/ 2. Sir Thomas Turton^ hart, petitioned. 



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Pari No. 182. Blechingley. 

1 1 Sir Kenrick Clayton, bt. Wiliiam Clayton, esq.' 

12 Sir Kenrick Clayton, bt. Charles Whitworth, esq.' 

13 Sir Kenrick Clayton, bt.' Robert Clayton, esq.* 

Frederick Stand art, esq.' 



14 Frederick Standart, esq. 
lb John Kenrick, esq.* 

16 John Kenrick, esq. 

1 7 Philip Francis, esq. 

1« Sir Lionel Copley, bt." 

Benjamin Hobhouse, esq. 



Sir Robert Clayton, bt. 
Sir Robert Clayton, bt. 
John Nicholls, esq. 
John Nicholls, esq.' 
Sir Robert Clayton, bt. 
Sir Robert Clayton, bt. 
John Stein, esq. 



1 John Stein, esq. 

2 James Milnes, esq.* 

3 William Kenrick, esq. 



Benjamin Hobhouse, esq. 
John Benn Walsh, esq." 
Nich. W. R.Colbume,e8q. 
John Dupre Porcher, esq.* 
John Bannerman, esq. 



' Btolhet to the other Member, — » Lieutenant-Governor of T"//- 
hurj Fort, he was knighted in 1768 — 3 Died, a new Writ ordered, 

Mutch 22, 1769.-4 Lldest Son of the other Member 5 A Mer- 

chant in London.— 6 Clerk of the Deliveries of the Ordnance,— 
7 Made Steward of the three Cbiliern Hundreds in the County of 
Buckingham; a new Writ ordertd, December 1787. — ^ Made his 
Election for rrtf^onV i a new Writ ordered, February 14, 1797. 



1 Created a Baronet, May 12, 180.1 ' Died, a new Writ order"- 

cd, April l5ojJ made Steward of the three Chillern Hundreds; a 
new Writ ordered, January ij, 1807. He was elected for the Bo- 
rough of CoUraine, in Ireland, 



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Pari. No. 18S. Ryegate. 

II Hon. Charles Yorke/ Charles Cocks, esq."^ 

18 Hon. Charles Torke.' Charles Cocks, esq* 

IS Hon. JohnTorke.' Charles Cocks, esq.^ 

14 Hon. John Torke; Sir Charles Cocks, bt. 

15 Hon. John Yorke. Sir Charles Cocks, bL^ 

16 WilliamBellingham,esq.^ Edward Leeds, esq.^ 
Samuel Lord Hood.^ Reginald Pole Carew, esq. 

17 Hon. John Som. Cocks.'^ Joseph Sid. Yorke. esq." 

18 Hon. John Som. Cocks. Joseph Sidney Yorke, esq. 

}, Hon. John Som. Cocks.' Joseph Sidney Yorke, esq.^ 

. ^.Hon. John Som. Cocks.^ Joseph Sidney Yorke, esq*' 

Hon. Philip J. Cocks.^ 

3 Hon. Philip J. Cocks* Philip Vise* Royston.^ 



> Second Son of th^ Earl of Hardwieie \ made Solicttor-General 
to his Majesty ; a new Writ ordtredy December 2, 1756, he was re- 
elected.— -> Made Clerk of the Deliveries of the Ordnance ; a new 
Writ ordered, June 19, 1758.— 3 Made Attorney-General tp his 
Majesty ; a new Writ ordered, January 25, 17621 he was r^-elected; 
IDaoe ^ttomey-General to his Majesty % a new Writ ordered, Dec. 
17/1765, he was re-elected.— 4 Made Clerk of the Deliveries of the 
Ordnance ; li new Writ ordered, November 27, 1762 j created a 
Barpnet of Crreat Britttin^ September 19, 1772.—^ Brother to the 
Earl of Hardwiche ; Clerk of the Crown in the Court of Chancery, 
and Patentee for making out Commissions of Bankruptcy .-^^ On the 
Dissolution of this Parliament he was created Lord Sommers^ Baron 
of Evesham in the Couniy of Worcester.-^ Secretary to the Chan* 
cellor of the Exchequer (Mr Fitt) ^ made by the Judges of the Ad- 
^ niiralty in December 1788, Receiver of the Dues of Greenwich Hos-- 
pUai\ made a Commissioner of the Victualling Office j a new Writ 
ordered, August 10, 1789.—? A Master in Chancery ; made Stew- 
ard of the three Chtltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham \ a 
pew Writ ordered, May 1787.— 9 Of Ireland; a Commissioner of 
the Admiralty and a Vice- Admiral of the Blue \ before in this Par# 
liament for Westminster. — ?o £]dest Son of Lprd Sommers,r^^^ Son 
of the Bishop oi Ely^ and Cousin to the Earl of Hardwicke ^ a Lieu* 
tenant In tlxe Navy 3 made a Captain in the Navy, Febr 4^ 1793* 

lEldqn 



/ 



252' )^AllLlAM£1*tAlLY Ilit^lStSki^ 



» Eldest Son of Lord Sommerr, — ^ Brother to the Earl of Hard* 
wiche^ and a Captain in the Navy. — ^ Knighted by his Majesty, 
April ,1805.—^ Succeeded hi«| Paather as Lord yommerf\ anew Wwl; 
ordered, February 10, 1806.^ Brother of the late Meniber; % 
Lieutenant-Colbnol In the Army.— .^ Eldest Son of the £arrof ^ar^fj 
Wi'cke, '-.... 



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Pari. • No. 184, ' Guilford* ' ' : 

11 Richard Onslox*'', esq.' Sir John Elwill,' tt; '' ■ 
George Onslow, esq.* " 

12 George Onslow, esq. -Sir John Elwill, bt. 

1 3 George Onslow, esq. Sir Fletcher NorioB, ktr^ ^ 

14 George Onslow, esq. Rt. Hon. Sir if, ^^fQrtpnpii* 

15 George Onslow, esq. Rt;Hon. Sir F. Ncwipn, rK.* 

; Hon. Chapell Norton,* - . 

16 Hon. Thomas Ondow.*^ Hon. Chapell Norton. 

1 7 Hon. Thomas Onslow.* George Stimner, esq. 

18 Hon. Thomas Onslow. Hon. Chapell Norton. 

1 Thomas Vise. Cranley.* Hon. Chapell Norton.* 

2 Thomas Vise. Cranley. Hon. Chapell Norton.. 

S Hon. Thos. C. Onslow.* George Holm6 jSupitier, estj. 

Hon. Chapell Norton^ 



i*«* 



I Brother to the Right Honble. Arthur Omiow \ a Lientelisnt- 
General ; Captain of the First Troop of Horse Grenadier GuardS| 
and Governor of Plymouth ; died, a new Writ ordlered, March %^^ 
1760.—^ Son of the deceased Member \ has a Company in the Foot 
Guards ; made Out Ranger of Wuuisor Forest ; a new Writ ordri- 
ed, December 18, 1765, he was re-elected;-^-3 Made Chief Justice 
in Eyre^ bouth of Trent \ a hew Writ ordered, February 4, 17699 
he Was re-elected. On the i^esignation of Sir John Cusi, hart, he was 
chosen Speaker.— 4 Again chosen Speaker.— 5 Created Lord Grmtt' 
A)', Baron of Markenfieid in the County of York j a new Writ or- 
dered, March 27, 17&2.— ^Third Son of Lord Grantley ; has a Com- 
pany in the Foot Guards.->«-7 Eldest Son of Lord Onslov)*''^ Made 
Out -Ranger of J^'/Wjor For^j/ J a new Writ ordered, October 14, 
J 792, he was re-elected. ^• 

•Pari. 1 8. Peter Botbam^ esq. petitioned, and a Day was appointed 

for 



I^AIULIAMINT ARY B.RaXST£S^ 950 



fer tvyiag the samA, but he neglecting to give in his Recognisance 
a^greeable to Law, the Order for trying it was discharged. 



* Eldest Son of the Earl of Onslow ; Out-Ranger of Windsor 
^ari.— >^ Bother to Lord Grantiey ; a Major -Genet al, and Colonel 
' a Regiment of Foot.— -3 Eldest Son of Viscount Cranley^ 



Pari. 3. A Petition presented against the Election of Qeorge H» 
'Sumner^ esq. The Committee found that George Holme Sumner^ 
^8q» was not duly elected : that the Honble. Cbapell Norton was 
^uly elected, and ought to have been returned. 



JParl. No. 185. Gat ton. 

It Jaop^ Colebrooke, eeq.' Thomas Brand, esq. 

jl2 Sir J. Colebrooke, bt.* Thomas Brand, esq. 

Edward Harvey, esq.' 

is Hon. JohnDamer.* Joseph Martin, esq. 

14 Sir William Mayne, bt.^ Robert Scott, esq.^ 
Robert Mayne, iesq.^ William Adam, esq. 

15 Robert Mayne, esq.^ William Lord Newhaven.* 
Maurice Lloyd, esq. 

IB Maurice Lloyd, esq. William Lord Newhaven. 

James Fraser, esq. 

17 William Currie, esq. John Nesbitt, esq. 

_18 JohnPetrie, esq. Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bt.** 



1 James Dupre, esq. Sir Walter Stirling, bt. 

2 Mark Wood, esq. James Dashwood, esq.' 

Philip Dashwood, esq* 
William Garrow, esq.' 

3 Mark Woo^^esq. James Athol Wood, esq. 

■ . ■ ■ ' " - » 

I Created a Baronet of Great Britain^ October 12, 1759. — * Died, 
51 new Writ ordered* November 28, 1761. — 3 A Lieutenant -Colonel 
^f Dragoons, and Aide-de Camp to the King. — 4 Eldest Son of Lord 
-^«//o«.— 5 Made his Election for Canterbury, ^^^ Made his Election 
^*>or jVotton Basset.' — 7 Brother to Sir William Mayne \ ?l Banker in 
JLQt^Qn]f^ Qi Mand,'^9 Died, and the Speaker issued his War- 
■ ' ji ~ rant 



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»3nt for a new Writ to the Clerk of the Crown, i^8r.— • 

1" Mnde his Election iox the County aiLiacaln ; a neiv Writ ordered, 
October 24, 1796; 



■ Maile Steward of the Manor of East Rendrtd in Buclt j a new 
Writ ordered, December 27, 1802. — » Made Steward of the Manor 
»f Ean Headred in the County of Berks ; a new Writ ordered, March 
1805. — 3 King's Counsel } Attorney -General to the Prince of H^/fj, 



Pari. 2^0. 186. Haslanere. 

II Philip Cart. Webb, esq. 



12 Philip Cart. Webb, esq. 

13 William Burrell, esq.* 
Sir Merrick Burreli, bt. 

14 Sir Merrick Burrell, bt. 

15 Sir James Lowther, bt-* 
Walter S. Stanhope, esq. 

16 JohnB. Garfortb, esq. 

17 Rt.Hon.W.G.Hamiltoii. 



18 James Lowther, esq." 
George Wood, esq. 

i George Wood, esq.' 

2 George Wood, esq. 

3 George Lord Garlies.* 



John More Molyneux, esq.' 
ThomasM. Molyneux, esq.* 
Thomas M. Molyneux, esq, 
ThomasM. Molyneux, esq. 

ThomasM. Molyneux, esq.' 
Peter Burrell, esq. 
Edward Norton, esq.' 

Thomas Postleth ^aite, esq.' 
John Lowther, esq. 
James Lowther, esq.' 
Richard Penn, esq.'" 
JamesC. Satterthwaite, esq. 
Jemes C. Satterthwaite, esq. 



James C. Satterthwaite, esq. 

Richard Penn, esq. 

Rt. Hon. Charles Long.' 



■ pan; 



Died, a new Writ ordered, November 15, 1759. — * Secretary- 
he Conimissioners of Bankrupt*, and one of the Solicitors of the 
asury,_3 A Captain in the Foot Guards ; promoted to a Com- 
pany in the Foot Guards. — 4 Made a Commissioner of Excise j a 
Wri; ordered. May 1774. — S Died, and the Speaker issued his 
Warrant to the C!t;rk of the Crown fot a new Writ, October 1776. 

'-Made 



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-*.<5 Made his Election for the County of Cumberland .^^l Fourth! Soa 
of Sir Fletcher Norton ; a Barrister at Law.— ^ Made Steward of 
the three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham \ a new 
Writ ordered, June 1786.— 9 Made his Election for the County of 
Westmoreland \ a new Writ ordered, December 12, 1790.— 'o Made 
Steward of the three Chiltem Hundreds in the County of Bucking' 
bam\ a new Writ ordered, June lo, 1791.-1' Made his Election 
for the County of Westmoreland^ a new Writ ordered, October 27» 
1796. 

Pari. II. Lieutenant- General James Oglethorpe petitioned, but 
afterwards requested leave to withdraw it, to which the House 
agreed. 

ParL 12. Richard Muilman and Thomas Parker^ esqrs. petition- 
edy and after the House had made some Progress in the matter, they 
^requested leave to withdraw their Petitions, to which the House con- 
sented^ Feb. 12, 1762. 

Pari. 13. Lieutenant-General James Oglethorpe and John John* 
^tone, esqrs. petitioned, but on the 3d of March 1 769, they request- 
ed leave to withdraw it, to which the House consented. 

Pari. 14. William Burke and Henry Kelly^ esqrs. petitioned. On 
-^lie 9th of May 1775, the Chairman of the Committee appointed to 
Ttrj this contested Election, repoited to the House, that the sitting 
I^embers were duly elected. 



> A Barrister at Law.— ^ Eldest Son of the Earl of Galloway ^ 
<ttow£arl oi Galloway '^ a new Writ ordered, Jan. 3, 1807. 



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Pari No. 1 87. Sussex County. 

1 1 Thomas Pelham, esq. John Butler, esq. . 

12 Thomas Pelham, esq.' John Butler, esq.* 

Lord George H. Lenox.^ 
IS Rt. Hon. Tho. Pelham.* Lord George H. LenoK, 
Richard Harcourt, esq. 

14 Sir Thos. S. Wilson, bt.^ Lord George H. Lenox/ 

15 Hon. Thomas Pelham.^ Lord George H. Lenox.* 

16 Hon. Thomas Pelham. Lord George H. Lenox.* 

17 Rt. Hon. T. Pelham.' "* Charles Lenox, esq." 

1 8 Rt. Hon. T. Pelham. Charles Lenox, esq. 

1 Charles Lenox, esq.' John Fuller, esq. ' -^ 

2 Charles Lenox, esq * John Fuller, esq. 

3 Charles Lenox, esq-^ John Fuller, esq. 
Hon. C. W. Windham.* 



I A Commissioner of the Admiralty 5 made Comptroller of hit 
Majesty's Household ; a new Writ ordered, December 17, 1765, he 
was re-elected. — » Died, a new Writ ordered, January 20, 1767.-— 
5 Only Brother to the Duke of Richmond \ Colonel of a Regiment of 
Foot J made a Major- General, May 5, 1772; in this Parliament 
before for Chichester,"^ Succeeded the Duke of Newcastle as Baron 
Fe/ham oi Stanmere '^ anew Writ ordered, November 22, 1768.—^ 
5 Has a Company in the Foot Guards, and Aide-du-Camp to the 
King • made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. — ^ Made a Lieutenant- 
Geoeral in August 1777. — 7 Eldest Son of Lord Felham\ made 
Surveyor- General of the Ordnance j a new Writ ordered, April 2i, 
1782, he was re-elected; appointed Chief Secretary to the Lord 
J^ieutenant f^i Ireland (Earl o^ Nor thin gton')^ and sworn of the Privy 
Council there. May 1783. — ^ Made Constable of the Tower of Zo«- 
don^ and sworn of the Privy Council, February 1784.— 9 Made Go- 
vernor -of Plymouth^ October 1784.— ^o Sworn a Member of the 
Privy Council of Great Britain^ and appointed Secretary to the' Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland (Earl Camden)^ March 11, 1795. — ^' Only 
Son of Lord George Henry Lenox 5 a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Ar- 
my 5 made Aide-du-Camp to the King, I794» and Secretary 
to the Master- General of the Ordnance (Duke oi Richmond), This 
last Office he resigned in January 1795. 

X Only 



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* Only Son of Lord George Henry Lenox, and Nephew to the 
Duke of Riebmond\ a Major-GencMl in the Army. — ^ Made Colo- 
neUf the 35th Regiment of Foot. — 3 Succeeded his Uncle as Duke 
f^iikbmond\ a new Writ ordered, Jan. i^, 1807. — 4 Brother to the 
Biri of Egremont . 



Pvl No. 188. Chichester. 

II George Vise. Bury,* John Page, esq. 

Hon. Augustus KeppeL* 
IS Lord George H. Lenox. ^ John Page, esq. 

Hon. William KeppeL* 
18 Hon. William KeppeL Rt. Hon. Thos. Conolly.^ 

14 Hbn. William KeppeL^ Rt. Hon. Thos. Conolly. 

15 Hon. William KeppeL^ Thomas Steele, esq. 
Hon. Percy Windham.^ 

16 George W. Thomas, esq. Thomas Steele, esq.^ 

17 George W. Thomas, esq. Rt. Hon. Thomas Steele." 

18 George W. Thomas, esq. Rt. Hon. Thomas Steele. 



1 Rt Hon. Thomas Steele.* George W. Thon\as, esq. 

2 Rt Hon. Thomas Steele. George W. Thomas, esq. 
8 Rt.Hon. Thomas Steele. George W. Thomas, esq. 



' Eldest Son of the Earl of j^lhemarle \ Colonel of a Regiment of 
foot; Aide-du-Camp, and one of the Gentlemen of the Bedcham- 
^r to the Duke of Cumberland ; succeeded his Father as Earl of 
Albemarle ; a new Writ ordered, January 8, 1755. — * Next Brother 
to the Earl of Albemarle \ a Captain in the Navy 5 made a Colonel 
of Marines in 1760. — 3 Brother to the Duke oi Richmond 'y 

a LijEutenant- Colonel in the Army; made Aide-du Camp to the 
King, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot ; made Steward of the 
Aree Chiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham \ a new Writ 
ordered, January 20, 1767, he was elected for the County .^-4 Se- 
cond Brother to the Earl of Albemarle ; Colonel of a Regiment of 
^oot,' and a Major-General. — 5 Brother-in-law to the Duke of 
^icbmondj and a Privy Counsellor in Ireland.^^^ Made a Lieutenant- 

[voL*Ti.] S General 



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General in May 1772, and Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons in 
1773. — 7 Died, anew Writ ordered, March 4, 1782.— * Next Bro- 
ther to the Earl of Egremont ; Recorder in Chancery in the Islfiind 
oi Jamaica^ and Secretary and Clerk of the Courts in the Island of 
Barbadoej.^^9 One of the Secretaries to the Treasury.— 10 Made 
Joint Paymaster- General of the Land t'orces ; a new Writ ordered, 
February 13, 1791, he was re-elected. 

Pari. 15. Bryan Edwards, esq. petitioned against the Election of 
the Honble. Percy Windham^ but on the or April 1782, request- 
ed leave to withdraw it, to which the House consented. 



' Joint Paymaster- General of the Land Forces, and King's Remem- 
brancer in the Court of Exchequer, 



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\ 



ParL No. 189. Horsham. 

1 1 Sir Lionel Pilkington, bt, Charles Ingram, esq.' 

1 2 Sir Lionel Pilkington, bt. Charles Ingram, esq.* 

Robert Pratt, esq.^ 

13 Rt. Hon. J. Grenville.* Robert Pratt, esq.^ 
James Wallace, esq.^ 

14 James Wallace, esq.* Rt. Hon- Jaremiah Dysori.^ 

Charles Earl of Drogheda.* 

15 James Wallace, esq." George Vise. Lewisham.'^ 
James Craufurd, esq.*' Sir George Osborne, bt.'* 

16 Jeremiah Crutchley, esq. Philip Metcalfe, esq. 

17 Timothy Shelly, esq/* Wilson Brady 11, esq.'* 
Lord William Gordon.'^ James Baillie, esq.'^ 

William Fullarton, esq.'^ 

18 Sir John Macpherson, bt. James Fox, esq. 



1 Sir John M'Pherson, bt. James Fox, esq. 

2 Patrick Ross, esq.* Edward Hilliard, esq*' 
Rt. H. Jas. Vt. Fitzharris. ^ 

3 Rt.H. Jas. Vt. Fitzharris. Rt.H.Hen. Vt.Palmerston.* 
Francis G. Wilder, esq. liOve Parry JoneSj esq. 

I Nephew to Viscount Irwin ; a Groom of the Bedchamber to the 
Prince of Wales, — * Groom of the Bedchamber to his Majesty ; suc- 
ceeded his Uncle a$ Viscount Irwin ; a new Writ ordered, Nov. i6, 
1763. -*^3 Brother of Lord Chief Justice PraU,-^^ Second Brother to 
Earl Temple ; one of the Vice-Treasurers of Ireland^ and Receiver of 
the Crown and Fee Farm Rents for the Counties of Leicester and 
Warwick j made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds \ a new 
Writ ordered, April 1 2, 1770. — 5 A Master in Chancery. — ^ One of 
his Majesty's Counsellors at Law 5 Attorney-General for the Counties 
Palatine of Lancaster and Durham, — 7 Cofferer of the Household ; 
died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crowa 
for a new Writ, September 1776.—^ Of the Kingdomi oi Ireland'^ 
a Major- General, and Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons; Master- 
General of the Ordnance •, Constable of Maryborough Castle in Ire* 
land. — 9 Made Solicitor- General to his Majesty ; a new Writ order- 
ed, June 5, 1778, he was re-elected ; made Solicitor- General to his 

S 2 Majesty; 



260 PARLIAMENTARY RfiGlSTfiR. 



Majesty ; a new Writ ordered, June 1780, he was re-elected.— 
'o Eldest Son of the Karl of Dartmouth ; made his Election for th^ 
County of Stafford ; a new Writ ordered, November i, 1780.-— 
'* Again made Attorney-General to his Majesty ; a new Writ Or- 
dered, April 15, 1783^ he was re-elected ; died* a new Writ order- 
ed, Nov. 21, 1783.-*'^ Lieutenant-Colonel of the 3d Regiment of 
Toot Guards \ a Major-Gen. and one of the Grooms of his Majes- 
ty's Bedchamber.-— 13 Has a Company in the Foot Guards, and one of 
the Equerries to the Q^ueen. — H H Not duly elected.— ^S Duly elect- 
ed, and ought to have been returned ^ Brother to the Duke of G»r» 
Jon^; Vice- Admiral o{ Scot/and f and Deputy Ranger o^ Hyde 2nd St 
James'*! Parks, — ^^ Duly elected, and ought to havfe been returhed $ 
Agent for the Island of Grenada ; died, and the Speaker issued his 
Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, Oct- 
15, 1793. — '7 A Captain in the Navy j appointed to the Command 
of a new Regiment in 1794. 

Pari. 17. Lord William Gordon and James Baillie^ esq. petition* 
ed \ renewed the 2d Session. On the of March 1792, the Chair* 
man of the Committee appointed to try this contested Election, re- 
ported that the Petitioners were duly elected, and ought to have been 
returned, and that the sitting Members were not duly elected, and 
ought not to have been returned. 



I A Barrister at Law. — ' A Major-Gcneral in the Service of the 
East India Company 5 died, a new Writ ordered, October 1807.-— 
3 Eldest Son of the Earl of Malmtsbury y a Lord of the Treasury ; 
in this Parliament before for Helston.^^ Of the Kingdom oilrelandi 

Pari. 3. A Petition against the Double Return, Committee cho- 
sen, January 15, 1807. The Chairman of which reported to the , 
House, that Francis G, Wilder and L^ve Parry Jones^ esqrs. were 
duly elected, and that Viscount Fit%barris and Viscount P aimer ston 
were not duly elected. 



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1>ARLIAM£!NTARY RSGIST£R« 2^1 



Pari No. 190, Midhairst. 

1 1 Sir John Peachey, bt. John Sargent^ esq.* 

12 WilUaiiiflatniUon, esq.* John Burgpyne, esq.' 
Bamber Gascoyne, esq.* 

15 Henry, I*ord Stavordale.^ Hon. Charles James Fox/ 
14 HerbertMackworth, esq.^ Clement Tudway, esq.^ 

Hon,. Henry S. Conway.' JohnOrd, esq.*** 
J5/Poii; lobn St Jphn." Henry DruI^mond, esq.** 

Silr Sampson Gideon, bt.. 

16 Benj. Lethieulier^ esq '^ Henry Drummond, esq. 
Edward Cotsford, esq. 

17 Hon. P. C. Wyndham/* Hon. C. W. Wyndham/^ 

Peter Thelusson, esq.'^ 

18 Rt. Hon, Sylv. Douglas.'^ Charles Long, esq.'* 



I Gwrg^ Smith, esq." Charles Long, e^. . . 

9 George Smith, esq. Samuel Smith, esq** — 

Edmund Turner, esq. 
3 John Smith, esq.'* Rt. Hon. Wm. Wickham.^ 

H. W. W. Wynne, esq. Wm. Con. Plunket, esq.* 



^ A Merchant in London.-^* Son of Lord Archibald Hamilton^ , 
£nvoy Extraordinary at the Court of Naf>ies ; made Steward' of tlie 
Manor of East Hendred in the County of Berks ; a new Writ order- 
ed, January lo, 1764. — 3 Colonel of a Regiment of Light Dra- 
goons.— -4 A Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, and one of the 
Verdurcrs of Epping Forest ; in this Parliament before for Malden,^-^ 
5 Eldest Son of the Earl oi llchestcr \ a Captain in the Army ; made 
Steward of the three ChiUern Hundreds in the County of Buckings 
ham% a new Writ ordered, May 19, 1770, he was re-elected.— 
—6 Second Son of Lord Holland ; made a Commissioner of the Ad- 
miralty ; a new Writ ordered, February 21, 1770, he was reelect- 
ed \ made one of the Commissioners of the Treasury ; a new Writ 
ordered, December 21, 1772, he was re elected. — 7 Made his Elec- 
tion for Cardiff \ a new Writ ordered, December 20, 1774.— 8 Made 
his Election for Wells \ a new Writ ordered, December 20, 1774.— 
9 Second Son of the Earl of Hertford \ Clerk of the Hanaper in Ire^ 
land, and Constable of Dublin Castle ^-^^^ Made Attorney- General 

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of the "Duchy of Lancaster 'y anew Writ ordered, December iJTJf 
he was re-elected j made a Master in Chancery in March 1778. On" 
the Death of Sir Ctar/es WhUworthy he was appointed Chairnan o£ 
the Committees of Ways and Means.r^^'^ Made his Election for Aieti;- 
fort in the Covinty KjO^Southamptdn ; a new Writ irderfed, November 
J, 1780.—^* A Banker in Westminster, — i3Made hfs Election for 
jiindover\ a new Writ, ordered, June 14^ 1784.— H Next Biiother 
to the Earl of Egre/nont ; -Recorder. in Chancery in the Island of 
jfamatca, and Secretary and Clerk pf the Court at; ^ifrAn^/otf'/.— 
'5 Second Brother of the Earl oi Egremopty Secretary of the Islanj 
of Jflmaica ; made Stewatd' of the ihret ' Chi/tent Ht^hdr^Js in the 
County of Bucktngham,"-^^^ A Menthantin Z<^Wo/i.t— 'l^A'Klng^s 
Counsel, afKl e.ComYnbtioner ft>r the'Managjnnent of the! A&its 'of 
the East India Company ; made a Concessioner of th^ Treasury ^ a 
new Writ ordered, . February 17, I797i h$ was re-ch<)sen.—r'^ Joint 
Secretary to the Treasury. 



» A Banker in London,^-^ Elected also for the Borough of Leu 
tester^ and making his choice for that Place, a new Writ was order- 
ed, December 14, 1802.— 3 One of tbe^Lords Commissionors of the 
Treasury ; inade' his Election for Calling^n ; a new Writ ordered, 
January' 15, j8p5.rr-4 Made; his Election for the Tavfu oi Nitititg'' 
ham ; a. new Writ ordered, December x8o(5. — 5 His Majesty's Attor« 
Tkty-QtXi^i^lioi Ireland * . : 

Pad.. 2. jf. /y. Wbitf^ esq. petitioned, and the .Merits of the 
Elecftion was tried, when on February 6, 1804, the Right Honble. 
Thomas Grenvii/e^ Chairman of the Committee, reported to the 
Jiouse, that the silting Member was duly elected, and that the Pe- 
tition pf J^ IL White y esq. was frivolous and vexatious. 



PARLIAMENTARY RfiGISTBR* 



26$ 



Pari No l&l. 

1 1 Hon. Francis Poole, bt. 

12 Sir Francis Poole, bt.' 
William Plumer, esq. 

1 S.Hon. Thos Hampden.* 
i4 Sir Thomas Miller, bt. 

15 Hon. Henry Pelham.^ 

16 Hon. Henry Pelham. 

17 Hon. Henry Pelham.^ 

18 JohnCresset Pelham, esq. 



Lewes. 

Thomas Sergison, esq: 
Thomas Sergison, esq.* 
Lord £dw C. C. Bentinck.^ 
Thomas Hay, esq.* 
Thomas Hay, esq. 
Thomas Kempe, esq.^ 
Thomas Kempe, esq. 
Thomas Kempe, esq. 
Thomas Kempe, esq. 



1 John Cresset Pelham, esq. Thomas Kempe, esq. 

2 Lord Francis Osborne. Henry Shelly, esq. 

3 Thomas Kempe, esq. Henry Shelly, esq. ' 



'Died, a new Writ ordered, February i6, 1763.— * Died, anew 
Writ ordered, December 16, 1766.— 5 Brother to the Duke of Port* 
iand,-*-^ £ldest Son of .Lord Trevor,*^S Lieutenant-Colonel of Dra- 
goons.-—^ Second Son of Lord Felham ; an Officer in the Foot Guards. 
—7 A Serjeant at J^^w.— ^ Made Captain of a Comps^ny in the Foot 
Gruards in 1792. 



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PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



Pari. No. 192. Shoreham. 

1 1 Robert Bristow, esq. 



12 George Vise, Midleton*^ 
Sir Samuel Cornish, bt,^ 

13 Sir Samuel Cornish, bt,^ 
John Purling, esa, . 
Thomas Rumbola,' esq. 

14 Charles Goring, esq. 

15 Sir Cecil Bishopp, bt- 

16 Sir Cecil Bishopp, bt. ^ 

1 7 Sir Henry Goring, bt, 

4 

1.8 Sir CesU J^tfhopp, , b*. 



Richard Stratton, esq,* 
Sir W. Peere Williains,.bt.* 
Sir W. Peere Williams, bt* 
jQbn Lord Pollington, k?/ 
Peregrine Cust, esq. 

Rt^Hon. Sir Joha Shelley.? 

JphnPeaphey, esq.^ : 
ohn Peachey, esq. 
John Aldridge, esq/* 
Jioiu C. W. WyDcJham.", 
Hpo, C, W. Wyndl»*m^ . 



1 Sir Cecil Bishopp, bt.. . Hon. Chas. W. Wyndh'am. 

2 Sir Cecil Bishopp, bt. Timothy Shelley, ^sq. 
8 Sir C. Merrick Burrel,.bt, Timothy Shelley, esq. 



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H ■ HI 



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* Died, SI ricw Writ ordered, December 20, 1758.**-^ Made a Ciip- 
tain in the Army by Brevet in 1759 ', made a Captain of Dra^[ooiis. 
—3 Of the Kingdom of Ireland'^ died, a new Writ ordered^ Dec. 
17, 1761. — 4 Killed at the Siege oi Be//eis/e ; a new "Writ ordered^ 
November 28, 1761. — 5 Vicc-Admiral of the , — ^ Of Ire- 

land -y created Earl Mexborough ni Lifford in Ireland in \fj^(i^-mf^ 
— 7 Died, a new Writ ordered, November 20, 1770. — ^ Treasurer 
of the Household ; Keeper of the Records in the Tower, and Clerk 
of the Pipe in the Exchequer. — 9 Eldest Son of Sir 'James Peacbeyy 
bart.— JO Appointed Storekeeper of the Ordnance ; a new Writ or- 
dered, April 1782. — J^ Brother to the Earl oi Egremont \ in this 
Parliament oefore for Midhurst — {which see.) 

Pari. 13. Thomas Rumbo/d, esq. petitioned. This was the first 
contested Election that was tried bv the famous Grenville Act. On 
the 17th of December 1770, the Chairman of the Committee appoint- 
ed to try this contested Election, reported to the House, that the 
Petitioner was duly elected, and ought to have been returned : that 
John Furling^ esq. was not duly elected, and ought not to have been 
returned 5 and that the most corrupt Practices had been used in the 
said Borough oi Shoreham, In consequence of this Report, this Ini- 
quitous Business was thoroughly investigated at the Bar of the House, 

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rARJUIAMENTA&Y REGISTER^. 26& 



Hugh Roberts, tlie Returning Officer, and other Voters,, were order- 
ed to be prosecuted by the Attorney -General, and an Act passed 
this Session,- whereby Roberts and Eighty other Persons were for 
ever dis<|ua]ified from voting for Members of Parliament,, and the 
Right of Election for the Borough of Sboreham extended to all the' 
Freeholders of Forty Shillings per annum in the Rape or Hendred of 
Br amber ^ la which Sborebam is situated. Act of 1771. 

Pari. 14. Bttiler^ esq. petitioned. 

FarL No* 193. Br amber. 

LI George Vise. Malpas.' Nathaniel Newnham, esq.* 

12 Hon. Andrew Archer.^ William Fitzherbert, esq.* 
/ EdwarditordWintierton.^ George ;V. Vernon, esq.^ 

13 Edward Earl Winterton.^ Charles Lowndes, esq.* 
Thomas Thoroton, esq.' Charles Ambler, esq.^ 

14 Thomas Thoroton, esq. Sir Henry Gough, bt. 

15 Thomas Thoroton, esq.^ Sir Henry Gough, bt 
Hon. Hen. F. Stanhope.' * 

16 Daniel Pulteney, esq.'* Sir Henry Gough, bt." 
Robert Hobart, esq.' ' 

17 Thomas Coxhead, esq.'* Sir Hen. G. Calthorpe, bt.'*^ 

18 Sir Cha.W.B. Rouse, bt. James Adams, esq. 



i John Henry Newbolt, esq. James Adams, lld. 

2 George Sutton, esq.' Henry Jodrell, esq.* 
Richard Norman, esq: 

3 Henry Irving, esq. Henry Jodrell, esq. 



I Eldest Son of the Earl of Cholmondeley \ a Lieutenant- Colonel 
in the^Army. — * A Merchant in London, — 3 Son of Lord Arcber \ 
made his Election for Coventry ; a new Writ ordered, November 
28, 1762. — 4 Made Steward of the Manor of Old Sborebam; a new 
Writ ordered, April 28, 1762.— 5 01 Ireland \ in 1766 he was cre- 
ated Viscount Tumour and Earl Winter ton in Ireland* — ^ Eldest Son 
of George Venables Vernon, esq. created this year Lord Vernon, Barori 
oi Hznderton in the County of Chester, — ^^^Not duly elec^^d.— 7 
Duly elected, and ought to have been returned.—^ Duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned ^ one of his Majesty ^s Counsellors at 

Law, 



266 PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



Law« and Solicitor-General to the Queen~-9 Made Agent to the 
Letcesteribire Militia j a new Writ ordered, January 28, 1782.—- 
^ Brother to the £arl of Harrington \ has a Company in the Foot 
Guards \ appointed Secretary to the Master-General of the Ord- 
nance (Duke of Ricbmond) in July 1782. — '^ Changed his Name to 
Caltborpe in 1788.^^^ Made Collector of the Customs in the Island 
of Dominica j a new Writ ordered, December 4, 1788.— '3 Son of 
the Honble. George Hobart^ and Nephew to the £arl of Bucking" 
bamsbire ; a Major in the Army ; made Principal or Chief Secreta* 
ly to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (Marquis of Buckingbam) ia 
1789.— '7 A Merchant in Lorn/on ; knighted in February 1793.— 
iS Soon after the Dissolution of this Parliament he was created JBtron 
Caltborpe of Caltborpe in the County of Suffolk. 

Pari. 13. Tbomas Tboraton 9iVid Cbarles j^mbler, esqrs. petitioned. 
This Election was;tlied at the Bar, when the Committee found the 
Petitioners duty elected, and ought to have been returned^ to which 
the Hpuse agreed. 



^ Died, a new Writ ordered, February 20, i8o4.«-*>2 A Barrister 
at Law. 



PARLIABIfiNTART KEGIStER. 267 



FarL - No. 194. Steyning. 

1 1 ICtch Young, esq/ Alexander Hume^ esq* 
iSrazer Honywood, esq.* 

12 Frazer Honywcx)d, esq, John Tomlinson, jun, esq.^ 
:Richard Fuller, esq. Sir John Filmer, bt. 

13 Thomas E. Freeman, esq. Sir John Filmer, bt 
14. Thomas E. Freeman, esq. Filmer Honywood, esq. 

15 Sir T» Gv Skipwith, bt. Filmer Honywood, esq.* 
:'• . John Bullock, esq. 

16 Hon. Richard Howard.* Sir John Honywood, bt.^ 

T. E, Freeman, jun. esq.^ 
Sir John Honywood, bt. 
17- James Martin Lloyd, esq.* Henry Howard, esq.* 
John Curtis, esq.^ Sir John Honywood, bt/* 

John Henn. Major, esq. James Martin Lloyd, esq." 

Sam. Whitbread, sen. esq."* 
18 John Henn. Major, esq. James Martin Lloyd, esq. 



I John Henn. Major, esq. James Martin Lk>yd, esq. 
12 Robe^ Hurst, esq.* James Martin Lloyd, esq.* 

Charles, Lord Ossulston.* Sir Arthur Pigott, kt.* 
S Robert Hum, esq. James Martin Lloyd, esq.* 



'Died, a new Writ ordered, February 5, 1759. — * A Banker in 
London ; died, a new Writ ordered, February i, 1764.— 3 Died, a 
new Writ ordered, February 2, 1767. — 4 Made his Election for the 
County of Kent j a new Writ ordered, November i, 1780.— S Bro- 
ther to the Earl of Effingham ; Secretary and Comptroller to the 
J^neen.— ^ Made Steward of the three Cbiitern Hundreds in the 
County oi Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, 1785.— 7 Died, 

a new Writ ordered, April 1788. — ^ 8 Not duly elected.— 9 Duly 
elected^ and ought to have been returned j made Steward of the 
Manor of East Hendred in the County of Berks ; a new Writ order- 
ed, January 26, 1794. — ^° Duly elected, and ought to have been 
returned ; made his Election for Canterbury^ March 7, 1791.— 
'* Not duly elected, and ought to have been returned.—" Duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned. 

Pari. 



268 PA&llAMJBNTARY &£0I8T£K,« 



Pari. 17. John Curtis esq. and Six John Honywood^ bait, petition- 
ed. On the 7th of March 179^9 ttic Chairman of the CommirjUe 
reported to the House, that t^ie Petitioners were dulv^lectedfrftcd 
ought tp haye bcea retorn«d.-The Return ametid^ Bceordnrglvj 
And the Chairman further reported, thtt tJbie Rig^of hleciioh' fot 
the Borough oi Sboreham/n Ib < the Inhabitan(9 9f)AiicieR(-.^i$<)^sfp, 
and Houses Jbuilt on the Scite pf ancient HPV^^s^^i^ilJ^in.'thie ^^ 
rough, being Householders pa}[injg Scot atid Lot, finil liot re'celviog; 
Alms. On the 1 1 st of M aitjh ^i 79 1 , a Petition waS "j^fescnted tQ, the 
House from James Martin Uoyd^ esq. ajnid others, prayi^-to-ie ad- 
mitted at Parties tQ ^ppse t;he Kight pj[ (lectAOi) in:. tbc^Boroni^ df 
Steyning^ declared bjf; the select Committee. Ordered to be taken 
into consideration ' th^ 4U] ^ojf- 1^1 ay- next. ^ Ps^tiofi^a^ l9^i4 
against James Martin Ligji^d'^ ^sqr's. Election by Safhiie/ Whithread^ 
senr. esq. and both Petitions referred to a Committee : renewecl the 
.second Sesdon. On the 7tlr. .of iVIay 1792, the Chairman of the 
Committee reported to the Hous^, that Samu^/ tli^itffr^j^,^^^^ t|ic 
Petitioner, was duly flegtjed^ and ought to jiavp>. bei^n rptwoe^Jr An<i 
that James MarHn Lto^d, esqV was not duly eIeQted|' aiui- ougn^ not 
to have been returned'. The thrown of the Cf own 'briicred to attend 
\Vitb the Return, wluch wascune^ded accordingly. 



' Being found duly elected for Shaftesbury^ and making his choice 
to sit for that Borough, a new Writ was ordered for St^yning^ Feb. 
10, i8o3.-.-» £lde8t Son of the Earl of TankervUhs made Treasur- 
er of his Majesty's Household 5(. a new Writ ordered,. February 13, 
j8c6, he was re-chosen.—- 3 Made Steward oi t1>e ^tl^r.ee Chiiitrf^ Hun* 
dreds ; a new Writ ordered, February 14, \%oGrrrA}^i\ Majesty's 
Attorney-General. — 5 Clerk of the Deliveries of the'OrdnaiiCc. 



PAHLlAMtNTART ttSdlST^lt. 269 



farU No* 195. East Grinsted. 

11 Hon. Joseph Yorke/ Sir Whistler Webster, bt*- 

12 Charles £. of Middlesex/ Lord George Sackville.^ 
Sir Charles Farnaby, bt. Sir Thomas Hales, bt.^ 

John Irwin, esq.* 
18 Lord George Sackville/ John Irwin, esq.^ 

14 Lord Geo. S. Germaine. John Irwin, esq.' 

15 Lord Geo. S. Germaine.^ Rt. Hon. Sir J. Irwin, kb.'* 
Henry A. Herbert, esq." George Medley, esq- 

16 Henry A. Herbert, esq.'* George Medley, esq. 
X Jas. Cunninghame, esq.'^ 

Rt. H. R. Cunningham.'* 
Richard Ford, esq. 

17 Nathaniel Dance, esq. William Nesbit, esq. 

18 Nathaniel Dance, esq. James Strange, esq. 



1 Sir Nath. H. Dance, kt. James Strang^ esq. 

2 Sir Henry Strachey, bt.' Daniel Giles, esq^ 

3 Sir Henry Strachey, bt. Daniel Giles, esq. 

' Fourth Son of the Earl of Hardwicke ; Colonel of a Regiment of 
FcSbt, and a Major General 5 Ambassador Extraordinary and Pleni- 
potentiary to the States General. — * Eldest Son of the Duke of /)or- 
iff/, to which Title he succeeded on his Father's Death ; a new Writ 
ordered, December 20, 1765. — 3 Son of the Duke oi Dorset \ made 
his Election for Hythe ^^ a new Writ ordered, December r, 1761.— 
—4 Died, anew Writ ordered, November 25, 1762.— 5 Colonel of 
a Regiment of Foot, and a Major General. — ^ Brother to the i3uke 
oi Dorset 'y Clerk of the Council in Ireland^ and one of the Keepers 
of the Phoenix Park near Dub/in; vadidt one of his Majesty's Princi- 
pal Secretaries of State ; a -new Writ ordered, November 1775, he 
was re-elected — 7 Made a Lieutenant-General in May 1772.—^ In 
1775, made Commander in Chief of the Land Forces in Ire/and} 
Governor qf Kiimainham Hospital^ and sworn of the Privy Council 
there ^ in 1776 made a Knight of the Bath. — 9 Created Viscount 
Sackviliej and Baron Drayton oi Drayton in the County oi Northamp- 
ton ; a new Writ ordered, February 12. 1782.-^0 Made Steward of 
the three Chihern Hundreds ; a new Writ ordered, April 2r, 1783. 
•^ir Son-in-law to Viscount Sackvii/e, — i- Made Steward of the thrfe 

Chilterti 



270 PARLIAM£HTARY £L£Gl$T£lt. 



Chiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham \ a new Writ order- 
ed, February 24, 1786.— *3 A Lieutenant -General, and Colonel of 
a Regiment of Foot \ late Governor of the Island of Barbadoes ; 
died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown 
for ^ new Writ, October 1788. — ^4 Brother of the deceased Member ; 
a Lieutenant- General ; Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and Gover- 
nor of KinsaU in Ireland ; also a Privy Counsellor there ; made 
Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckitig' 
bam J a new Writ ordered, February 20, 1789. 



' A Master of his Majesty's Household, found duly elected.— 
^ A Barrister at Law, found duly elected. 

Pari. 2. John Frosty esq. petitioned. The Chairman that tried 
this Election found the sitting Members duly elected, and that the 
Petition was frivolous and vexatious. 



FARXIAMENTARY R£G»T£R. 271 



Pari No. 196. Arundel. 

11 George Colebrooke, esq.' Thomas Griffin, esq.* 

12 George Colebrooke, esq.' John Bristow, esq. 

1 S Sir Geo. Colebrooke, bt. Lachlan Macleane, esq.* 

John Stewart, esq. 

14 Thomas Brand, esq. George L. Newnham, esq.* 

15 Sir Patrick Craufurd, kt.* Thomas Fitzherbert, esq. 
Peter Wm. Baker, esq. 

16 Charles Earl of Surrey.^ Thomas Fitzherbert j esq. 
Richard Beckford, esq.® 

17 Henry Howard, esq.* Sir George Thomas, bt. 
. Sir Thos. Gascoigne, bt. 

18 James Green, esq. Sir George Thomas, bt.'° 

Nesbit Balfour, esq." 



1 James Grfeene, esq.'' Nesbit Balfour, esq.' 

2 Thomas Vise. Andover.*, John Atkins, esq. 

3 Sir Arthur Pigot, kt.' Francis John Wilder.* 

C. James, Lord Lecale.^ 



* A Banker in London, and Chirographer in the Court of Common 
Pleas.—* Admira] of the Blue.— 3 Succeeded his Brother as Baronet 
in .—4 Made Steward of the three Cbiitern Hundreds in the 

County of Buckingham \ a new Writ ordered, May 8, 1771- — 5 One 
of his Majesty's Counsellors at Law. — ^ Not duly elected; a new 
Writ ordered, March 12, 1781 —7 Eldest Son of the Duke of Nor^ 
folk ; made his Election for Carlisle \ a new Writ ordered, June 9, 
1784.—^ A Merchant in London. — 9 Cousin to the Duke of Norfolk 5 
made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County oiBuch^ 
ingham; a new Writ ordered. February 6, 1795, he w^as elected for 
the City oi Gloucester, — ^o Made Steward of the three Cbiitern Huw 
dreds in the County of Buckingham 5 a new Writ ordered, July 19, 
1797. — ^' A Major-Gcneral, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. 

Pari. 15. The Honble. Percy Wyndhamy esq. petitioned. On the 
1 2th of March 1781, the Chairman of the Committee appointed to 
try this contested Election, reported to the House, that it was a 
void Election as far as related to Sir Patrick Craufurd^ knt. 



278 PARXIAMENTARV HSGISTXR. 



» A Lieutcnant-Gencral, and Colonel of the 39th Regiment of 
Foot. — a Only Son of the Earl of Sujo/k SLnd Berkshtre.-^Z Attorney- 
General. — 4 Mad« his Election for the Borough oi Horsham j 9, new 
Writ issued, January 1807. — ^ Of the Kingdom of IreUnd'y tJncle 
to the Duke fA Leimter ; Vice- Admiral of the White. 



'Pari. No. 197. Warzvick Courtly. 

1 1 Sir Chas. Mordaunt, bt. Hon. William Cravtn.* 

12 Sir Chas. Mordaunt, bt. Hon. William Craven.^ 

William Bromley^ esq. * 
IS Sir Chas. Mordaunt, bt. William T« Bromlev^ d^.? 

Thomas G. Skipwith, esq. 

14 Sir Charles Holte, bt. Thomas G. Skipwith, esq. 

15 Sir Robert Lawiey, bt. Sir G. A.W.Shuckburgh, bt. 

1 6 Sir Robert Lawiey, bt. Sir G. A. W. Shuckburgh, bt. 

17 Sir Robert Lawiey, bt.^ SirG.A.W.Shuckburgh,bt.5 
Sir John Mordaunt, bt. 

18 Sir John Mordaunt, bt. Sir G. A. W. S. Evelyn, bt. 



1 Sir John Mordaunt, bt. Sir G. A. E. Shuckburgh, bt. 

2 DugdaleS.Dugdale, esq. Sir G. A. E. Shuckburgh, bt.' 

Charles Mordaunt, esq.* 
S DugdaleS.Dugdale, esq. Charles Mordaunt, esq.^ 



' Brother to Lord Craven. — ^ Succeeded his Brother a> Lord 
Craven ; a new Writ ordered, January 10, 1765. — 3 Died, a new 
Writ ordered, March 14, 1769 — 4 A new Writ ordered, March 14, 
1793. — 5 Changed his Name to Evelyn in 1794. 



' Died, a new Writ issued, 1804. — * Son of Sir Cbarh. 

Mordaunt, hart, now Sir Charles Mordaunt, bart. 



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Pari No. 198* Coventry* 

11 Samuel Greathead, esq^ William Groves, esq. 

12 Hon, Andrew Archer, • James Hewit, esq.* 

Hdh. Henry S. Conway.^ 

13 Hon. Andrew Archer.^ Hon. Henry S^ Conway. 
Sir Richard Glyn, bt.^ 

Walter Waring, esq. 

14 Walter Waring, esq.^ Edward Roe Yea, esq* 
John B. Hoiroyd, esq»^ 

15 No Election. 

Sir Thomas Halifax, kt.^ Thomas Rogers, esq.* 
John B. Hoiroyd, esq.' Edward Roe Yeo, esq.'® ; 

Hon. William S. Conway." 

16 Sir Sampson Gideon, bt.'* John Wilmot, esq.** 

17 Sampson, Lord Eardley. John Wilmot, esq. 

16 William Wilb. Bird, esq. Nathaniel Jefferys, esq. 

I William Wilb. Bird, esq. Nathaniel JeflFerys, esq. 
Francis W. Barlow, esq.' Nathaniel Jefferys, esq/ 
a William Mills, esq. Peter Moore, esq. 

8 William Mills, esq. Peter Moore^ esq* 



' Son of Lord Archer, -^^ Made otie of the Judges of the Court, 
of King^s •Bench. He was soon after appointed Lord Chancellor of 
Ireland, and created Baron Lifofd in that Kingdom ; a new Writ 
ordered, Nov. ii, 1766.— 3 Second Son of the Earl of Her{ford,^^ 
4 Succeeded his Father as Lord Archer \ a new Writ ordered, Nov. 
22, 1768. — 5 A Banker in Lo*idon, and Alderman of London, Lord 
Mayor in 1759; d»ed, a new Writ ordered, January 19, 1773. — 
*^Died, a new Writ ordered, December 1779. — 7 Lieutenant Colo- 
nel.£oromandant of a Regiment of Light Horse. — ® ^ Not duly 
elected. — 9 Duly elected, and ought to have been relumed \ created 
Baron Sheffield ^i Ireland \n December 1780. — ^^ Duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned; died, andthe Speaker issued his War- 
rant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, January io,- 
1783. — II P^fth Son of the Earl oi Hertford; an Officer in the Ar- 
fliy. — "Changed bis Name to i?jr<//i?y in July 1789 > was created 

[vol. II.] T Barori 



27^ 1>4&UAM£HTARY R£GIST£R« 



'R^xoxiEardley oi Spalding in Ireland in September 1789.*— '3 A Mas- 
ter in Chancer7. 

Pari. 15. The Sk^fiSs of Coventry annexed to the origtoal Writ a 
Declaration^ that they could not make any Election on account of 
Riots. A new Writ was ordered, November 1780, and a Poll was 
taken, when^ through the partiality of the Sheriffs, Sir Thomas Ha' 
iifoK^ knt. and Thomas Rogers^ es^. were returned. John Baker ^ 
Lord Sheffield^ and Edward Roe Teo, esq. and a number of thb Inha- 
bitants petitioned. On the 27th of February 1781, the C&4ur*iUn of 
the Committee appointed to try this contested Election, reported to 
the House, that John Bakery Lord Sheffield^ and EdvSardpL^e TCeo^ 
esq. were duly elected, and ought to have been returned ; and that 
Sir Thomas Halifax and Thomas Ro^ersy esq. were not duly elected. 
The conduct of Thomas Nixon and Thomas Butler j the Sheriffs of 
Coventry^ wers t vanitned at the Bar of the House, and their ne&ri* 
ous Proceedings in this Sleftion having been fully proiv^di d^ were 
committed to ifetpgaU* 

< A Captiio' of. OiBgoonfi ; died^ Knitw Writ ordendi May 7^ 
i8oj:.«*>^ W«s fouad <bot to hav/e a proper Qoalidcatian, 

Pari* a. William Wilherforce Bird^ esq. and Peter Moare^ esq. 

petitioned. 

Part. i. The Comtnittte that tritd this Election, found that 
Francis fVnh Barloivy esq. was duly elected 5 that NatbaMeTjef^ 
fereysy esq, had not a proper (Qualification : That the Petition was 
not frivolous wr vexfttioiis : a new Writ ordered, Mar^l^ |r, 1803^ 
in place of Mr, jefi^reys, G. F, Hattofi, esq, and several of the 
Freeholders, petitioned against Mr Moore^s Election. On the 3d 
of March 1 804, Sir John H, Cotton, bart, the Chairman of the 
Committee, reported to the House, that Peter Mcore, esq. tvas duly 
elected, and that the Petition was not frivolous or vexatious. 



l*AILLiA]Vt£NTA£LYyR£GI$Ttit«, ^Jfi 



Pari No. 199. Warwick Town. 

II WillsE.ofttillsborough/ Henry Archer, esq."" 

John Spencer, esq ^ ^ 
l* Hamilton, V.Dungarvan.* Henry Archer, esq. 

PaulMethuen, esq. 
13 Creorge Lord Greville ^ Henry Archer, esq.^ 

Hfin^ Cbas« F Greville.^ Paul Methuen^ eaq. 
1* Hon. Ghas, F. Grevilfc » Hon. Robert F. Orwille.^ 
ISHtm.Chas.f. Greville.' *" Robert Ladbroke, esq; 

16 Rt^tloHu C. F. Greviric. Robert Ladbioke^ esq^ 

1 7 Chaj:lefi> Lord Axden. * ' Henry Gage,. ^' * 

Hon. George VilHei^'^^ 

18 Samuel R. Gaussen, esq. Hon. George ViMiers. 

1 Samiieil R. Gaussen, esq. Hon. George Villiers* 

2 Henry, Lord Brooke.* Charles Mills, esq. 

3 Henry, Lord Brooke. Charles Mills, esq. 

4 
' O^ Ireland 'y made Treasurer of the Chamber \ a new Writ order- 
ed, December i6, 1755, he was re elected j created Baron Harwich 
oi Harwich in the County of Essex ; anew Writ ordered, December 
,2, 1 7 56.-7-* Brother of Lord Archer. — 3 Nephew of the Dulce of 
Mariborough. — 4 Eldest Son of the Earl of C^rke and Orrery in 
Ireland^ and Baron Boyfe in Great Britain ; succeeded to the Peer- 
age 00 the Death of his Father ; a new Writ ordered, December 3,- 
1762. — S Eldest Son to the Earl of Warwick ; made a Commissioner 
of Trade and Plantations^ a new Writ ordered, April 12", 1770, he 
was re elected j succeeded his Father as Earl oi Warwick'^ a new 
Writ ordered, July 8, 1773. — ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, May 13, 
1768. — 7 Next Brother to the Earl of Warwick. — ^ One o( the Com* 
missioners of the Admiralty. — 9 Second Brother to the Earl of War^ 
*wick ; a Lieutenant in the Foot Guards. — ^o Made Treasurer of his 
Majesty's Household j a new Writ ordered, April 7, ^1783, he was 
re elected.— I' Of /r^/tf/7//; Brother to the Earl of E^wow/ j one of 
the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty *, made Principal Register 
of the High Court of Admiralty in England ; a new Writ ordered, 
December 1794, he was re-elected.— ^* A Major in the Army on 
Half-pay 5 succeeded his Uncle as A^iscount Gage in Ireland^ and the 

T % Speaker 



27^ PARUAM£NTAIIY RS01ST£R* 



Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new 
Writ, January i6, 1792.— X3* Second Brother to the £arl of Claren^ 
Joni Paymaster of Marines. 

Pari. 17. Robert Knigbi of BarreUs in the County pf Warwch^ 
esq. and severiil of the £lectors, petitioned against the Election o£ 
the Honble. George Villiers^ which was renewed the 3d Session.^*— 
On the 18th of February 1793, ^^^ Chairman of the Committee that 
tried this contested Election, reported to the House, that the nttmg 
Member was duly elected ; and after hearing Counsel for several 
of the Electors and sitting Members, who each Party had given in a 
Statement of what they deemed the Right of Election, the Commit- 
tee had determined, that pursuant to the last Determination of the 
House of Commons, (31st of May 1628), the Right of Election of 
Burgesses to serve in Parliament for the Borough of War^jukhf^ ib io 
such Persons only as pay to Church and Poor of the said Borough,, 
whether Inhabitants or not. 



' Son of the Earl of Clarendon ^^'^ Eldest of the Earl of Wanmei. 



PARLIAMENTARV RBGISTER* 



JParl. No. 200* Westmoreland County. 

9 1 Sir George Dalston, bt. John Dalston, esq.* 

Robert Lowther, esq. 
12 Sir James Lowther, bt/ John Upton, esq. 

Robert Lowther, esq. ^ 

John Robinson, esq. 
as John Robinson, esq.^ Thomas Fenwick, esq. 
^4 Sir James Lowther, bt.^ Sir Michael Le Fleming, bt. 

James Lowther, esq. 
3,5 James Lowther, esq. Sir Michael Le Fleming, btr 

36 James Lowther, esq. Sir Michael Le Fleming, bt. 

37 James Lowther, esq. Sir Michael Le Fleming, \fU 
ias James Lowther, esq. Sir Michael Le Fleming, bt. 



1 Sir M. Le Flemmg, bt. James Lowther, esq. 

2 Sir M. Leflemiiiig, bt' James Lowther, esq. 
John Lord Mmicaster. ^ 

' 3 John Lord Muncaster. James Lowther^ esq. 

' Died, a new Writ ordered, May 28, I759»— * Made Steward of 
^%Jie three Chiliern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham \ a new 
"^Vrit ordered, February 7, 1763.-— 3 Brother to Sir James Lowther y 
Ibart. ; made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County 
^:JL Buckingham \ a new Writ ordered^ December 20, 1763.— 4 Ap- 
j^ointed one of the Secretaries to the Tieasury, February 6, 1770. — 

Made his iLlection for Curaherland\ a new Writ ordered, Decem- 

cr 1774. 

Pari. 13. John Vpton^ esq. petitioned, but afterwards had leave 
: o withdraw it. 

Pari. 14. Thomas Fcnwice^ esq. petitioned, but afterwards had 
<ave to withdraw it. 



'Died, a new Writ ordered, May 29, 1806.—* Of the Kingdom 
^.Ireland. 

T3 



'TfitS I'ARLIAMEKTARVRKOI&TIR. 



f 



Pari -^^R^. 801/ Appleby. 

1 1 Philip Hony^nSo^ ewj/ "V^ilfiam Lee, esq.* 
Fletcher Norton, Is^Xj Philip Honywood, esq.* 

12 John S<Hiiwix, esq.* "^ rtiilip Honywood, e6<^. 
Charles Jenkinson, esq.^ 

13 Chkrles Jenkinson, esq.^ Pbflip Hemywoo^, e6({< 
Ffefdher Norton, esq.' 

14 George Jobnsiione, esq/ PhiKp Hbnyvrood, esq;- 

15 William Lowther, esq.'^ Phfltp Honywood, esq." 
' Hon. WiHiamPitt/* 

IG Hoft. Jbhft L, Gotrer.*^ Richard Pfeim, e«q. 

17 Hon. R. B. Jenkinson. '^ Richard Ford, cfeq.'« 
*Ht».WiHiamGrim8ton.'^ Hon. John Ra;w(tan."' 

18 Hon. JohnTufton.'^ John Courteney, esq. 
Robett Adair^ esq. 

1 Robert Adair, esq. jPobn Courteney, esq. 

2 PhitJp Ffauu;is, esq.* John Courteney, esq.* 

3 Sir Philip Francis, ks. John Courteney, esq» 



^M^M 



^ Colonel' of a Regiment of Foot; not duly elected.— * Not duly 
clectedf.— 3 King^s Counsel at Law.— ^ Colonel of Dragoons ; made a 
Major-General, and Governor of Kingiton-upon Hull \ made a Lieu* 
.tenant -General in 1768. —5 Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and 
Lieutenant-Governor of the Isle of Wight ^ and a Major-GcneraL 
Drowned coming from Ireland ; a new Writ ordered, December t6, 
1766. — ^ One of the Commissioners of the Admiralty, and Auditor 
of Accounts to the Princess Dowager Princess of Wales ; in this Par- 
liament before for Cocker mouth '•, made one of the Commissiooerft of 
.the Treasury •, a new Writ ordered, November 27, 1767, he wai 
re-elected. — 7 Made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds in the 
County of Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, December 18, IT?^* 
he was chosen for Harwich. ^-^^ Third Son of the Speaker ; a Barris- 
ter at Law. — 9 A Captain in the Navy. — 10 Made his Election for 
Carlisle \ a new Writ ordered, November i, 1780.—*' Made a Ge- 
neral in the Army in 1777.-— i* Brother to the Earl of Chatham ; 
made Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer ; a new 
Writ ordered, July 10, 1782, he was re-elected; made Rrst Lord 
Commissioner of the TieaSuryi and Chancellor and Under-Treasurer 

of 



PARLIAllENTARY MOISTBR; S79 



of the Exchequer; a new Writ ordered, December 29, 1783, he 
vna re-elected.— '3 Brother to Earl Gower ; one of the Commission- 
ers of the Admiralty, and a Captain in the Navy \ made a Rear- 
Admiral in .— H Eldest Son of Lord Hawketbury ^ made his 
Election for Rye ; a new Writ ordered, Dec. 1791.— <5 A Counsel- 
lor at Law ; made Steward of the three CbUiem HuMi/r^ds in the 
County oi Buckingham \ a new Writ ordered, May 11, 1791.—^^ 
Brother to Viscount Grimjton. — '7 Son to the Earl of Moirs ; Cap- 
tain of Tarmotttb Castle in the Isk ^ Wight In 1794 \ died, a new 
Writ ordered, June 10, 1799. — '' Brother to the Earl olTbana'^ 
die4f a new Writ ordered, June 1799. * 

Pari* II. Sir John Rams Jen i bart. and Fletcher Norton^ esq. pe- 
titioned ^ renewed the second Session, February lo^ 1756* The 
Hdiiii proQOUBced it a void Election. 



< Appointed one of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury ; a new 
Writ ordered, February 8, 1806, he was re-chosen.^-> Made a 
Knight of the Most Honooiable Order of the Bath in. x8o6. 



T4 



280 PARLIAMENT ARV REGISTER. 



Pari No. 202. Wilts County. 

1 1 Sir Robert Long, bt. Edward Popham, esq« 

12 Sir Robert Long, bt/ Edward Fopbam, esq. 
Thomas Goddard, esq. 

13 Thomas Goddard, esq.* Edward Popham, esq.^ 
Charles Penruddock, esq. Ambrose Goddard, esq. 

^4 Charles Penruddock, esq. Ambrose Goddard, esq. 

15 Charles Penruddock, esq. Ambrose Goddard, esq. 

16 CharlesPenruddock,esq.* Ambrose Goddard, esq. 
Sir James T. Long, bt.' 

1 7 Sir James T. Long, bt. Ambrose Goddard, esq* 
Will. P. Wyndham, esq. 

18 Will. P. Wyndham, esq. Ambrose Goddard, escj. 



1 Will. p. Wyndham, esq. Ambrose Goddard, esq, 

2 Will. P. Wyndham, esq. Ambrose Goddard, esq. 
S Will. P. Wyndham, esq. Richard Long, esq. 

^ Died, a new Writ ordered, February 25, 1767. — * Died, and the 
Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new 
Writ, 177O' — 3 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant 

to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, *772* — ^ Died, 

a new Writ ordered, December 4, 1788. — S Before in this Parlia- 
ment for Devices; died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to thp 
Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, Decerabej: 1794. 



PARLIAMEKTARY REGISTER/ 281 



JParL No. 203. Nexv Sanun. 

1 1 Hon. W. P. Bouverie.' ? D- ^ Julines Beckford, esq. 

5 R. ^Edward Poore, esq.* 

12 Hon. Edward Bouverie.' Julines Beckford, esq.^ 

Samuel Eyre, esq. 

13 Hon. Edw. Bouverie.^ 7 D. CHon. Stephen Fox.* 

3 R. c Henry Dawkins, esq..^ 
J. Pleydell, V. Folkstone.^ 
14* J.Pleydell, V. Folks tone. ^ William HusSey, esq. 
Hon. W. H Bouverie.'^ 

15 Hon. W. H. Bouverie. William Hussey, esq. 

16 Hon. W. H. Bouverie. William Hussey, esq. 
Jl 7 Hon. W. H. Bouverie. William Hussey, esq. 
US Hon. W. H. Bouverie. William Hussey, esq. 



1 Hon. W. H. Bouverie.' William Hussey, esq* 

2 William, Vt. Folkestone.* William Hussey, esq. 

3 William, Vt. Folkestone. William Hussey, esq. 

* Eldest Son .of Viscount Foikstone ; succeeded his Father as Vis- 
^^ount Foikstone^ but no new Writ was issued. — ^ Withdrew his Pe- 
"^ition, and the Clerk of the Crown attended with the Writ, which was 
Amended accordingly.— 3 Brother of Viscount Kj/ij/o/r^.— 4 Died, a 
^^ew Writ ordered, January 29, 1765.— 5^ Eldest Son of Lord iJoA 
~*and\ succeeded his Father as Lord Ho//uW, July i» 1774, but no 
Writ issued. — ^ November 10, 1768, Mr Dawkins having in- 
brmed the House, that he did not mean to contest the Double Re- 
: urn, the Clerk of the Crown was ordered to erase his Name out of 
lie Return, which he did accordingly.— 7 Made Steward of the Ma- 
of East Hendred in the County of Berks ; a new Writ ordered^ 
ay 8, 177 1.— 8 Eldest Son of the Earl of Radnor.^-'9 Succeeded 
s Earl of Radnor f a new Writ ordered, February 1 7 76. ^—'^ Bro- 
iler to the Earl of Radnor, 

Pari. 13. The Honble. Wiliiam Bouverie^ ^uiines Bedford^ and 
Edward Poore, esq. petitioned; the last named requested leave to 
ithdraw his Petition, which was granted, and the House ordered 
Clerk of the Crown to erase Mr Poore^s Name from the Return. 



* Brother of the Earl of Radnor. --^'^ Eldest Son of the Earl of 



282 Parliamentary reoister: 



Pari, No. 204. Wilton. 

11 Hon. Robert S. Herbert/ Hon. William Herbert.* 

Hon. Nicholas Herbert.^ 

12 Hon. Roberts. Herbert. Hon. Nicholas Herbert.* 
IS Henry Herbert, esq.^ Hon. Nicholas Herbert* 

14 Henry Herbert, esq.* Hon. Nicholas Herbert.^ 

Charles Herbert, esq.* 

15 George, Lord Herbert.*^ Rt. Hon.W.G. Hamilton/* 

16 George, Lord Herbert." Rt. Hmi.W.G. Hamilton. 
Philip Goldsworthy , esq.' * 

George, Lord Herbert.' ^ 

17 George, Lord Herbert.'* Richard Vt. Fitzwilliam.'* 
Philip Goldsworthy, esq.'^ 

1 8 Philip Goldsworthy, esq. Richard Vt. FitzwiUiam. 

1 Richard Vt. FitzwilKam.' John Spencer, esq.* 

2 Richard Vt. Rtzwilliam.* John Spencer, esq.^ 
Hon. Charles Herbert.^ Ralph Sheldon, esq. 

S Hon. Charles Herbert, Ralph Sheldon, esq. 

' Uncle -to the iiarl of Ptmbroke \ Receiver- Gcncxal of the Crown 
Lands.— ^ Uncle to the £ari of Pembroke ; Colonel of a Regiment 
of Dragoons, and one of the Grooms of his Majesty^s Bedchamber ; 
made a Major-General in , ; died, a new Writ ordered, April 
j8, 1757. — 3 Uncle to the Earl oi Pembroke j Treasurer to the Prin- 
cess uimeiia."^^ Made Secretary of the Island of Jamaica ; a new 
Writ ordered, January 10, 1765, he was re-elected.— 5 Made Stew- 
ard of the Manor of East Hendred in the County of Berks ; a new 
Writ ordered, 1772 ; he stood Candidate for the County of 

Wihi^ but not being returned for it, he was again.re-dected.— 7 On 
the Dissolution of this Parliament he was created Baron Portcbestcr of 
Highclere in the County of Southampton^ and since that Earl of Car* 
narvon — 7 Died, a new Writ ordered, February 1775.— ^ Brother 
of Henry Herbert, esq. a Captain in the Navy 5 this he resigned in 
1776 ; made one of the Grooms of his Majesty's Bedchamber; a 
new Writ ordered, June 5, X777, ^^ ^^^ re-elected.— 9 Only Son 
of the Earl of Pembroke ; a Lieut -Colonel of Dragoons.— "o Chan- 
cellor of the Exchequer in Ireland^ and a Privy Counsellor there.- 
*^ Made Vice-Chamberlain of his Majesty's Household j a new Writ 

oidered, 



FARLIAMSNTARY UIGISTBJU St9 



ordered, January 25, 1785.— '^ A LieutenantXolonel of Dragoon^* 
and Aide-du-Camp to the King ; made Steward of the three Coi/ierm 
Hundreds in the County of Buchingham \ a new Writ ordered, Feb. 
2788.-^3 Succeeded his Father as Earl of Pembroie', a new Writ 
ordered, Jbnuafy 1794.— 14 Of Ireiand.'^^S Avenor and Clerk Mar- 
tial, and First £querry to the Ring ; Colonel of a Rtgimeiit of Dra- 
foottiy aada Major-GencraU 



^i Of the Kingdom of Ireiand.^^ Son of Lord Charkt Spentfer.-i^ 
3 Appotntcd Receiver*Generaloithe County oi Oxford* a new Writ 
ordered. May 12, 1804. — 4 Made Steward of the Manor ot East 
Baulred^ Berks \ a new Writ ordered, February ii, i8o6.«-5 Son 
of the Earl of Carnarvon j a Captain in the Navy. 



"Sm 9ARLIAM£NTA<LV REGISTEIU 



If 



l« 



'ParL No. 205. Downton* 

X I James Cope, esq/ James Hayes, esq/ 

Edward Poore, esq. Charles Pratt, esq.' 

1 2 James Hayes, esq. Charles Pratt, esq.^ 

Thomas Pym Hales, esq.* 

13 Thomas Duncombe, esq. Richard Croftes, esq.* 

James Hayes, esq.^ 

1 4 Thomas Duncombe, esq,® Thomas Dummer, esq ® 
Sur Philip Hales, bt,^ John Cooper, esq."^ 

Thomas Duncombe, esq. 
Hon. Barth. Bouverie/* 
Robert Shaftoe, esq.'^ 

1 5 Hon. Henry S. Conway.'^ Robert Shaftoe, esq. 
16Hon.Edw. Bouverie.'^ ? D. C William Scott, ll.d. 

Hon, H. S. Conway. '^5 R- C Robert Shaftoe, esq."'' 

Hon Edw. Bouverie.'* 
Hon. William S. Conway.'^ 

17 Hon. Barth. Bouverie.** Sir William Scott, kt.*"* 

1 8 Hon. Edward Bouverie.** Sir William Scott, kt» 



1 Wm.Lord VtFolkstone.' Hon. John Wm. Ward.' 

2 Hon. Edward Bouverie.* Charles Vise. Marsham.^ 
John Liord de Blaquiere.^ 

3 Hon. Dim. Bouverie.^ Hon. Barth. Bouverie.^ 



I Died, a n«w Writ ordered, December 3, 1756 — * Made Stew- 
ard of the Manor o£ Old Sboreham\ a new Writ ordered, July 4, 
1757.— 3 His Majesty's Attorney- General. — 4 Made Chief Justice of 
the Common Pleas ; a new Writ ordered, January 25, 1762. — 
5 Deputy Warden of the Cinque-Ports ; succeeded his Father as Ba- 
ronet in 1763.—^ Made Steward of the three ChUtern Hundreds in 
the County oi Buckingham \ a new Writ ordered, January 31, 1771, 
he was chosen for Cambridge Unvversiiy — 7 A Welsh Judge.— ^ ^ 
Not duly elected.— 9 Groom of his Majesty's Bedchamber j duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned. — ^o Duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned ; died, and the Speaker issued his 
Warrant ^o the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, Aug. 
^J> 1779.*-" Died, ^ new Writ ordered, November 1779. — '* 

BtQtber 



PARIIABiENTARY ItlOlSTBIU 



Brother to the Earl of Radmvi not duly elected.— -i^ Duly elected, 
and ought to have been returned.— «<4 Second Son of the £a«l of 
Hertford \ Clerk of the Hanaper in Ireland^ and Constable of the 
Castle of Dublin. "■'^S Second Brother to the Duke of Radnor ^ his 
Election declared void; a new Writ ordered, July 19, . 1784.'— 
xtf i5 Not duly elected.— 17 Duly elected— '8 Not duly elected.— ^ 
»9 Fifth Son of the Earl of Hertford \ duly elected, and ought to 
have been returned.— «> Third Brother of the Earl of Radnor. '-^'^ 
His Majesty's Advocate-General— ^^ Brother to the present Earl of 
Radnor. 

Pari. 14* Sir Philip Hales^ and 'John Cooper:^ esq. and several of 
the Electors, petitioned February 14, 1775- The Chairman of the 
Committee reported to the House, that Sir P. Hales, hart, and 'John 
Cooper^ esq. the Petitioners, were duly elected, and ought to have 
been returned. 

Pari. 14. Robert Shaftoe^ esq. and several of the Voters, petition- 
ed against the Election of the Honble. Bartholomew Bouverie^ May 
2b, 1780. The Chairman of the Committee reported to the House, 
that Robert Sbaftoey esq. the Petitioner, was duly elected, and ought 
to have been returned. 

Pari. 15. Alexander Hume and John Saunders^ esqrs. petitioned. 
March 13, 178 1, the Chair^ian of the Committee reported to thd 
House, that the sitting Members were duly elected. 

Pari. 16. The Comnuttee on the Dpuble Return, aftc^ sitting a 
Month, the Chairman on the 19th of July 1784, reported to the 
House, 1st, Th^t John Dagge, esq. is the Returning Officer : 2d, 
That Robert Shaftoe^ esq. is duly elected : 3d, That the Election of 
the Honble. Henry Seymt)ur Conway is void : 4th, That the Elec- 
tion of the Honble. Edward Bouverte is also void : and 5th, That 
William Sfottj LL.D. is not duly elected. 

Pari. 16. The Honble. Henry Seymour Conway and several of the 
Electors petitioned against the Return of the Honble. Edward Bou- 
verie ; renewed the second Session. On the 9th of March 1785, the 
Chairman of the Committee reported to the House, that the Honble. 
Henry Seymour Conway^ the Petitioner, was duly elected, and ought 
to have been returned. 

Pari. 17. William Rice, esq. petitioned, as did some of the Voters. 
On the 17th of May 1791, the Chairman of the Committee reported 
to the House, that the sitting Members were duly elected. 

Pari. 18. William Wrightsgn and Motteux^ esqrs. and some 

of the Inhabitants petitioned, and a Day was appointed for trying the 

Petition, 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER, 



^ 



Pctitiont, but Mr iVrigbljaa not given in hii RecogaHanct agreeable 
to Law, tbe OiUer for hearing the PetitisD was dibclucged. 



' EideKt Son of tlie Earl of Radnor.—-^ Brother to the E»ri of 
Radnor; made Steward of the three Chiliern Hundreds ^ anew Writ 
ordered. May 1803. He nas vjon after appointed one of the Cotn- 
missionerj for Tr«nsportK. — 3 Only Son of V-iscount Dudley sad 
W^ard; made Steward of the three Chilltrn Haadredt in Bach; * 
new Writ ordered, August t, 1803, he was chosen fur iVorcriler- 
ji/rc— 4 Of the Kingdom of Irrland.—S Only Son of the Earl of 
Romtiey. — ^ Second Son of tire Karl of Radnor j h Captaia in tfac 
Navy.— 7 Brother to the Earl of Radnor. ■ 



Pari. No. 296. 

1 1 Bisse Richards, esq." 
William Mabbot, esq. 

12 William Blackstone, esq.* 

13 J. StLegerDouglaSj esq. 

14 Richard Smith, esq.* 
Richard Smith, esq.* 
Arch. Macdonald, esq-' 

15 Lloyd Kenyon, esq.^ 

16 William Egerton, esq. 

17 William Beckford, esq."° 
Thomas Wildman, esq," 
James Wildman, esq. 

18 James Wildman, esq. 



James Dawkins, esq.* 
James Calthorpe, esq.' 
Edward Morant, esq. 
William Hussey, esq. 
Thomas Brand Hollis, esq.* 
Henry Dawkins, esq. 

Nathaniel W. Wraxall, esq. 
Edward Bearcroft, esq.* , 
James Ad^uns, esq. .'-^ 



Matthew Greg, Lewes, esq. 



1 James Wildman, esq. Matthew Greg. Lewis, esq. 

2 Rt. Hon. T. Wallace.' James Pedlcy, esq. 

fi William Beckford, esq. Benjamin Hobhouse, esq. 



* Dipd, a new Writ ordered, [aouiry 13, 1756. — ^ Died, anew 
Writ ordered, Jan. 16, 1758.— 3 Yeoman of the Removing Ward. 
Tob«.— 4 Principal oi New Hall; Viiieiian Professor of Law in the 
Voivcrsiiy ot Oxford, and Solicitor to the Queen.— S S Not duly 

cleclcd. 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER* 287 



elected, J774i ^"d the House ordered that no new Writ 

should be issued ; a new Writ ordered, May 9, 1776. — ^ Not duly 
elected, a new Writ ordered, February 1777.— 7 KingV Counsel at 
iaw.— • Chief Justice of Chester ; made Attorney- (General to his 
IVIajesty 5 a new Writ ordered, December 26, 1783, he was re* 
clected.-^9 King^s CouQsel at Law ^ made Chief Justice of Chester ^ 
a new Writ ordered, July 1788, he was re-elected. -*P Made Stew* 
ard of the three Chiltern Hundreds ; a new Writ or4ered« December 
31, 1794.— ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, Feb. 3, 1796. . 

Pari. 14. James Cakhorpe and Richard Bedford^ esqrs. petitioned. 
The Chairman of the Committee reported to the House, 
3775, that neither the Petitioners or sitting Members were duly 
elected, and such gross Instances of Bribery and Corruption appeared 
au were worthy of the Attention of the House. The House accord- 
ingly made a strict Enquiry into the Business, and ordered that no 
new Writ be issued : the tour Candidates werex>rdered to be prose- 
<:uted by the Attorney- General ; the House afterwards ordered, that 
IMr Cahhorpe should not be prosecuted.^ On trial, the guilt of 'Rich' 
^^ird Smith and Thomas Brand Hoiiis^ esqrs. appeared so clearly, that 
'ftbe CwLtk 6««d each of them in the sum of L.500, and ordered them 
^o be committed Prisoners to the Prison of the Marshelsea of the 
JKtng's B^Qch fof three Months. 

• 

Path 14. Riciatd Beciford^ esq. petitioned against Richard Smithy 
^sqr's. second Election in 1776, and the Committee found it a void 
3£lection, February 1777. 

Pari. 15. John Saunders^ esq. petitioned, but afterwards had leave 
"^o withdraw it. 

Pari. 15. A number of Voters petitioned against Mr Kenyon'^s Re- 
flection in 1784, on the score of Bribery. Only one of the PetitioRf 
^rs could write. It was presented on the 7th of May 1784, and or- 
cSered to be heard that day four Months. 

Pari. x6. Edward Cets/ord and ^. PerhousCy esqrs. petitioned. 



< A Commissioner for the Affairs oi India. 



28i( PAHLIAMEkTARV R£OlSt£Rt 



Pari. No. 207. Heytesbiirx/, 

1 1 Pierce A'Court, esq. Williatn A'Court, esq.* 

12 Pierce A'Court, esq. William A* Court, esq.* 
IS Chas. F.Scudamore, esq.^ W. A'Court Ashe, esq. 

14 Hon. William Gordon.* W. A*Court Ashe, esq. 

15 William Eden, esq.* W. A'Court Ashe, esq.^ 
Francis Burton, esq.^ W. P. A'Court Ashe, esq. 

16 Rt. Hon. William Eden.^ W. P. A'Court Ashe, esq. 
J 7 William Lord Auckland.^ W. P. A'Court Ashe, esq.'^ 

H.Welbore, V.Clifden.'^ Michael Ang. Taylor, esq/' 

Richard E . of Barrymore- 
Charles Rose Ellis, esq. 
ISH.Welbore, Vt. Clifden. Sir John F. Leicester, bt. 

1 Rt. Hon. W. Wickham.' Sir John F. Leicester, bt. 

2 Rt. Hon. Chas. Abbot.* 

Chas. Moore, esq. d.l.l. Thos. Lord Vt. Kirkwall.* 

3 Sir P. A'Court Ashe, bt.^ Rt. Hon. Charles Abbot.* 
Michael Symes, esq. Charles Moore, esq. 



' Has a Company in the Foot Guards j made a Major-GeneraL-^ 

2 Made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and a Lieutenant>General.— - 

3 Deputy Ranger of Whiltlehury Foresty and Cursitor in the Court of 
Chancery in Ireland. — 4 Brother to the ^2l^\ oi Aberdeen \ a Lieut.- 
Colonel in the Army ; made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot \ made 
a Groom of the Bedchamber to his Majesty ; a new Writ ordered^ 
March 1775, he was re-elected. — 5 Made his Election for Woodstock • 
a new Writ ordered, November 1780. — ^ Died, and the Speaker is- 
sued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, August 
26, 1781.— 7 A King's Counsellor at Law.— 8 Auditor, and one of 
the Directors of Greenwich Hospital^ and Chancellor of Richmond^ 
in the Diocese of Tork 5 Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary 
for Commercial Affairs at the Court of France \ made Ambassador 
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Court of Spain in 1787 j 
in September 1789, created Baron Aiichland in Ireland^ and sent 
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States-Gene- 
xal. — 9 O'i Ireland \ created Baron Auckland oiWest Auckland in 
the County oi Durham i a new Writ ordered, May 23, ^793* — ^ 

Made 



frAftlUMsKTARV ktaisTiziu t89 



Made Steward of the three Cbiitern Hundreds in the County of Bud' 
ingbam'^ a new Writ ordered, December 1796. — n Made his Elec- 
tion for pMle\ a new Writ ordered, February 179 £.•*-" Of Ireland % 
Son-in-law to the Duke tff Mariborongb ; Clerk of the Council in 
Ireland.^i Of lrelahd\ cfi^d, a neiv Writ ordered; Match 13, 

*793- 



* Secretary of State, and Keeper of the Privy Seal in Ireland.--^ 
3 Elected also for Woodstock^ and making choice to represent, that 
Place, a new Writ ordered, December 8, 1802. — 3 Son of the Arch- 
bishop oi Canterbury % Register of the Prerogative Court of Canter* 
bury,^A Only Son of the Countess oi Orkney. ''^S Speaker of the last 
Parliament; made his Election for the University of Oxford 'y a ne\V 
Writ ordered, January 3, 1807. — ^ Made Steward of the three Chti^ 
tern Hundreds of Stoke ^ Debenham and Bonenbam^ Bucks ^ a new 
Wdt ordered, January xSoy. 



[▼Ot» ".^ ^ 



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jPar/. ^0. 208. Westbury. 

1 1 Chauncy Townsend, esq.* Peregrine Bertie, esq. 

12 Chauncy Townsend, esq. Peregrine Bertie, esq* 

13 William Blackstone, esq/ Peregrine Bertie, esq. 
Hon. Charles Dillon.^ 

14 Hon. Tho. F. Wenman.^ Nathaniel Bayley, esq.* 

Samuel Estwick, esq.^ 

15 John W.' Gardiner, esq.^ Samuel Estwick, esq.* 

16 Chal. Arcedeckne, esq.^ Samuel Estwick, esq. 
John Maddocks, esq.'* 

17 Ewan Law, esq." Samuel Estwick, esq.'* 
Samuel Estwick, iun. esq. Edward Wilb. Bootle, esq# 

18 Sir H.P;StJohnMildmay. George Ellis, esq.'^ 

G. W. P. Harcourt, esq.'* 

1 SirH.P.StJohnMildmay. Simon Harcourt, esq. 

2 William Baldwin, esq." Charles Smith, esq. 

3 William Jacobs, esq. William Woolmore, esq. 



' A Merchant in London,^-^ One of the King's Counsel at Law, 
and Solicitor- General to the Queen ; made a Judge in the Court of 
King's Bench; a new Writ ordered, February 15, 1770.— 3 Eldest 
Son of Viscount /)///on.— 4 Brother of Viscount TVenman.'^S Made 
Steward or Baili£F of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of 
Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, 1779.—^ Agent for the 

Island of Barbadoes,^^1 Created a Baronet of Great Britain^ Decern* 
ber 28, 1782. — 8 Made Secretary and Register to Che/sea Hospital i 
a new Writ ordered, March 20, 1783, he was re-elected ; again ap« 
pointed to the same Offices ; a new Writ ordered, December .26, he 
was re-elected.— 9 Made Steward of the Manor of East Hendreditk 
Berkshire 'y a new Writ ordered, January 24, 1786,—'° One of lis 
Majesty ^s Counsel at Law.— << Made Steward of the three Cbittern 
Hundreds in the County of Buckingham y a new Writ ordered, Jan. 
7, 1795.— I* Died, a new Writ ordered, November 30, 1795,— »3 
Made his Election for Seaford\ a nevy Writ ordered, October 21, 
1796.— H Lieutenant-Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, 



I A Barrister at Law. 



i^AllLlAMEl^TARY ftEOISTBR; ^91 



Pari No. 209. Calne. 

i t Thomas Duckett, esq/ William Northey, esq. 
George Hay, ll.d.* 

1 2 Thomas' Duckett, esq.^ Daniel Bull, esq.* 

John Calcraft, esq. Hon, Thomas Fitzmaurice."^ ^ 

13 John Dunning, esq.^ Hon. Thomas Fitzmauric^. ^ 

14 John Dunning, esq. Rt. Hon- Isaac Barre. 
15^ John Dunning, esq ^ Rt. Hon. Isaac Barre.^ 

Janfies Townsend, esq.** 

16 Jame$ Townsend, esq. Rt. Hon. Isaac Barrc.^ 
Joseph Jekyll, esq." 

17 Joseph Jekyll, esq. John Morris, esq. 

Benjamin Vaughan, esq* 

1 8 Joseph Jekyll, esq. Sir Francis Baring, bt. 



i Sir Francis fiaring, bt. Joseph Jekyll, esq. 
2 Lord Henry Petty* 

Osborne Markham^ esq.^ Joseph Jekyll, esq.* 
S Osborne Markham, esq.* Joseph Jeky it, esq; 

Henry Smith, esq. 



* A Merchant in London \ made Steward of the Manor ot Ken^. 
mngton in the County oi Surrey ; anew Writ ordered, July 4, 1757. 
— «One of the Commissioners of the Admiralty ; his Majesty's lAd- 
Vocate-General 5 Vicar- General to the Archbishop of Canterbury^ 
and Chancellor of the Diocese o^ Worcester \ in this Parliament before 
hit Htoickhridge.^-^l Made one of the Commissioners of Taxes ; a new 
Writ ordered, December 20, 1762.— 4 Brother to the Earl of Hhel- 
burne» — 5 Died, anew Writ ordered, April i ^, 1766.—^ Solicitor- 
General to his Majesty 5 made Recorder of the City of Brtstoi.—^ 
1 Made Chancellor of the Duchy of Zazrr/ix/fr, and soon after'created 
Baron j^sbburton oi Ashburton in the County of Devon \ a new Writ 
ordered, March 27, 1782. — ^ Made Treasurer of the Navy ; .a new 
Writ ordered, March 27, 1782, he was re-elected ^ made,Paymaster- 
General of the Land Forces; anew Writ ordered, July 10, 1782, 
he was re-elected. — 9 Made. Clerk of the Pells, Janutjry 1784. — 
^ An Alderman of London^ Lord Mayor in 1773. — " A Barrister at 
I*aw» 

U 2 < Second 



292 rARLIAMENTARY REOIST£R| 



'^ 



I Second Son of the Marquis of Lansdown \ made Chancellor and 
Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer ; a new Writ ordered, February 
5, 1806, he was chosen for Cambridge University. — * Made Solicitor- 
General to the Prince of 1%/^j-. — 3 Made King's Counsel; a nfcw 
Writ ordered, February 2if 1805, he was re-elected. — 4 A Clerk in 
the Rules of the King's Bench j appointed Barrackmaster-General > 
a new Writ ordered, March 1807. 

Pnrl. No. 210. Devizes. 

1 1 Samuel Garth, esq. William Wilby, esq. 

1 2 John Garth, esq/ William Wilby, esq.* 
James Sutton, esq. Charles Garth, esq.. 

.1 3 James Sutton, esq. Charles Garth, esq. 

14 James Sutton, esq. Charles Garth, esq. 

15 Sir James Tyl. Long, bt. Charles Grrth, esq.^ 

Henry Jones, esq. 
36 Sir James Tyl. Long, bt.* Henry Addington, esq.* 
Joshua Smith, esq. 

1 7 Joshua Smith, esq. Rt. Hon. H. Addington.^ 

1 8 Joshua Smith, esq. Rt. Hon. H. Addington.^ 



1 Rt. Hon. H. Addington.' Joshua Smith, esq. 

2 Rt. Hon. H. Addington.* Joshua Smith, esq. 
Tho. G. Estcourt, esq. 

3 Tho. G. Estcourt, esq. Joshua Smith, esq. 

' ' ■ " ■'■ '■• ■■ ■ " ■■• " • " ■ ■ - .f ^ 

1 Died, a new Writ ordered, January 10, 1765.—* Died, a new 
Writ ordered, April 29, 1765. The House having been misinform- 
ed as to Mr Wi/by'^s Death, a Messenger was immediately dispatched 
to stop the Delivery of the Writ until further orders. Mr WUby 
dying, a new Writ was ordered, May 29, 1765.— »3 Made a Com- 
missioner of the Excise; a new Writ ordered, December 1780.— 
4 Made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of 
liuchingbam \ a new Writ ordered, December 1788, he was elected 
foV the County of Wi/ts.-^S Recorder of this Borough j chosen 
Speaker May 8, 1789.—^ Chosen Speaker of this Parliament, Nov. 
25, 1790.-— 7 Chosen Speaker of the 18th Parliament of Great Bri» 
tdtn, 

1 First Lord Commissioner of "the Tteisury, and Chancellor and 
Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer.— a Created Lord Viscount Sid' 
mouth of Sidmouib in Devonehife j a new W^rit ordered, January 15, 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 293 



JParL No' 211. Chippenham. 

1 1 Edw. Bayntun Rolt, esq. Samuel Fludyer, esq/ 

12 Edw. Bayntun Rolt, esq.* Sir Samuel Fludyer, bt.^ 

Sir Thomas Fludyer, bt.^ 

13 Sir Edw. Bayn. Rolt, bt. Sir Thomas Fludyer, bt.' 

Henry Dawkins, v esq. 

14 Sir Edw. Bayn. Rolt, bt. Samuel Marsh, esq. 

15 Giles Hudson, esq.^ Henry Dawkins, esq. 
George Fludyer, esq. 

16 George Fludyer, esq. James Dawkins, esq. 

17 George Fludyer, esq. James Dawkins, esq. 

18 George Fludyer, esq. James Dawkins, esq. 



1 George Fludyer, esq. James Dawkins, esq. 

2 Charles Brooke, esq.' James Dawkins, esq. 
John Maitland, esq.* 

S John Maitland, esq. Charles Brooke, esq. 



2 Knighted ; a Director of the Sank, and an Alderman oiLom^on ; 
created a Baronet of Great Britain^ November 13, 1756. — * Survey- 
or-General of the Duchy pf Cornwall j created a Baronet of Great 
Britain^ July 9, 1762.— 3 Lord Mayor in 1762 j died, a new Writ 
ordered, January 22, 1768. — 4 Brother of the deceased Member.— 
5 Died, a new Writ ordered, March 20, 1769. — ^ A Merchant in 
London i died, a new Writ ordered, February 10, 1783. 



2 Not duly elected.— ^ Duly elected, and ought to have been re- 
turned. 

Pari. 2. John Maitland^ esq. and several of the Electors petition- 
ed. March 1803, ^^c Chairman of the Committee reported to the 
House, that Cbaties Brooke^ esq. was not dqly elected, and ought 
not to have been returned ; and Joht^ Maitland, esq. was duly elect- 
ed, and ought to have been returned : that the Petitions were not 
frivolous or vexatious : the Return aniended accordingly. 

U3 



294? " ' 1>ARLIAMENT ARV E«OI6Tt »♦ 



Pari, No. 312. Malmesbiijy. 

1 1 Lord George Bentinck.* Bf ice Fisher, esq, 

Rt. Hon. W. Conolly.* 
J2 Rt Hon. W. ConoUy* John Child, Earl Tylney.' 
13 Arthur Earl of Donegal.'^ Hon. Thoeias Ho*ar<Jr^ 
i4 Hon. Charley Jas. Fox.^ William Strahan, esq.^ 

15 George Vise. Lewisham* Arthur Vise. Fairfoind,^ 

16 PeriystonVt,Melbourne.'° James Vise. Maitland." 

Pavkl Benfield, ^sq. 

17 Benj. B. Jiopking, esq.** Paul Benfield^ eaq/* • - • 
Francis Glanville, esq. Sir Jame9 Sauadersoi^ kt/^ 

1 8 Peter I. Thelusson, esq. V^ Samuel Smithy esq.-^ 

' Philip Metcalfe, esq. 

J Peter Isaac Thelusson,^q. Philip Metcalfe^ esq. 

2 Claude Scott, esq. Samuel Scott, c$q. 

S Robert Ladbroke, esq. Nich. W. R, Colborntf, esq. 

I Brother to the Duke oi Rut/and ^ Colonel of a Regiment of Foot* 
died, a new Writ ordered, March 15* 1759. — * Brother-in-law to 
the Duke of Richmond \ a Privy Counsellor in Ireland. — 3 0£ fre^ 
land ; Ranger of Epping Forest in the County of Essex."-^ Of Ire- 
land, — 5 Uncle to the Earl of Suffolk \ a Counsellor at Law.— -^Bro- 
ther to Lord Holland 'j made Clerk of the Pells in Ireland^ anew 
Writ ordered, November 27, 1774, he was re-elected^ made Stew- 
ard of the three Ch'dtern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a 
new Writ ordered, X774, he was re-elected; Receiver- General of 
South Wajes^ and Captain of Walmef Castle in the County of Kent, 
—7 Printer to hi* Majesty.— ? Eldest Son of the Earl oi Dartmouth, 
— 9 Eldest Son pF the Earl of Hillsborough — ?o Of Ireland -y one of 
the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber to the Prince oiWales, — ix Eldest 
hon of the Earl of Lauderdale ; succeeded his Father as Earl of 
Lauderdale \ a new Writ ordered, January 22, 1790.—** Died^ a 
new Writ ordered, February i, 1794. — '3 Made Steward of the 
three Chiller n Hundreds in the County of Buckingham \ a new Writ 
ordered, February 1792, he was re-elected iox Shaftesbury, ^^A An 
Alderman o^ London ^ Lord Mayor in 1793 ; created a Baronet of 
preat Britain^ December 6, 1794.— ^5 A Merchant \n Lpndoit,'^ 
}^ Made his Election for Leicester ; a new Writ ordered. November 

. Oi 1790. 

Patl. 



PARUAKEKTARY RSGXSTXR^ 295 



Pari. i8. Sevtrel of the Inhabitants, and Vassar^ esq. pe<. 

tioned. The Chairman of the Committee that tried this Election re- 
ported to the House, that the sittmg Members vrere duly elected, 
and that the Petitions were' not frivolous or vexatious, November 7, 
2796. Mr Vassar^ esq. petitioned against Mr Metcalfe*s Election. 

Pari. 3. A Petition against the Election of Robert Ladbroh and 
Hicbolas Ridley Coiborne^ esqrs. 



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J^arU No. 213. Cricklade. 

i i William Rawlinson, esq,* Thomas Gore, esq.* 

12 Arnold Nesbitt, esq.^ Thomas Gore, esq. 

13 Hon, George Darner/ Sir Robert Fletcher, kt.* 

14 Arnold. Nesbitt, e^.^ William Earle, esq.^ 
John MTherson, esq. John Dewar, esq. ^ D. > « 

Sam. Peach, esq. j R. j 
Samuel Peach, esq.^ 
John Dewar, esq.*"* 

15 John Mcpherson, esq." Paul Benfield, esq. 
John M*Pherson, esq.'* 

Hon. Geo. R.St Jobn.'5 
16Nicholas W. Coxe,esq.'^ Robert Adamson, esq.'* 
" John W. Heneage, esq. Robert Nicholas, esq.'^ 

Thomas Estcourt, esq. 

17 Johi\ W. Heneage, esq.'^ Thomas Estcourt, esq. 
Henry Lord Porchester. ' ^ 

18 Henry Lord Porchester. Thomas Estcourt, esq. 



X Henry Lord Porchester." Thomas Estcourt, esq. 

2 Henry Lord Porchester. Thomas Estcourt, esq. 

3 Henry Lord Porchester. Thomas Goddard, esq. 



* Clerk of the Ordnance.— * Commissary -General of Musters.— 
3 A Merchant in London, — 4 Second Son of Lord Milton.^^S A Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel in the Service of the East India Company. — ^ Died, 
81 new Writ ordered, April 1779.-— 7 A new Writ ordered, Decem- 
ber 20, I774»— ^ The Committee found it a void Election j anew 
' . U4 V^v.n. 



PARLIAMENTARY RiGISTEa, 



Writ ordered, February 21, 1775. — 9 A Director of the East Intfia 
Conipiny : not July elected. — "> Duly elected, and ought to have 
been reiur.ned.— u Noi duly elected, a new Writ ordered.—'^ Made 
Governor General ot Bengali a new Writ ordered. May 28, 1782. 
—*i Eldest Son of Viscount Baiingbrote. — '4 The Chairman of the 
Comtdttee appointed lo try this contested Election reported to the 
Housed on the 4lh of May 1785, that the sitting Members were not 
duly elected, and ihe Petitioners, John Walker Heneage and Robert 
Nicbo/aj, csqrs. were duly elected, and ought to have been returned, 
—''5 Hereditary Usher of the Court of Exchequer. — "S Made a Com- 
missioner of Excise ; a new Writ ordered, March 10, 1790. — '7 
Made Steward of the Manor of £ax/ HenJrcdin the County oiBerhi 
a new Writ ordered. May 1794. — '^ Eldest Son of the liarl of Car- 

farl, 14. The Committee on (he Double Return found that it was 
a. void Election, February 21, I7V5-- — John Oevior, esq. petitioned 
against the Return made of Samuel Peachy esq. and tlie Committee 
fbijnd that the Petitioner was duly elected, and ought to have been 
retur;icd. 

Pari. ,15. Sai^ael Peir.ie, esq. petitioned ; renewed the second Ses- 
sion. Off the I St of February 17S2, the Chairman of the Coramictcc 
appointed to try this contested Election, reported to the House, that 
Paul Benjietd, esq. is duly elected ; that' -John McPbenon, esq. is 
not duly elected i that Hamuel Peirie, esq, the Petitioner, is not duly 
elected ; and that the late Election for Members to serve in Parlia- 
ment for the Borough of CrictloJe, is null arid vpid with respeft to 
one of tljc Burgesses ; that Instances of the most notorious Bribery 
had occurred during the above Election, and that such notorious 
Bribery caried for the strictest Altetitian and Esaminatlon of the 
House'. These Reports having been made, and ordered to lie on the 
table. Sir liarhord Rarhord. the Chairman, moved, that the 
Minutes of the Committee be laid before the House, and that they 
be referred to a Committee 'of the whole House on that da/se'cn- 
night ; and further, that until these Minutes should be examined by 
the House, no new Writ do issue for the Election of a Burgess to 
serve 'in Parliament for the Borough of Cr/>t/aa'i'. These two Mo- 
tions were agreed to. 'I'he House accordingly made thorough In- 
vestigation of this Business, and in consequence of the nefarious Pro- 
ceedings ai this Election, an Act passed 1782, extending the Right 
of Election to ihe Freeholders of the adjoining Hundreds, in common 
with the Voters of the Borough of Cricklade. 

Par]. 17. Samuel Pelric, esq. and some of the Inhabitants petition- 
ed ; renewed the zd and 3d Sessions. Onthe'ijth of March 1793, 
ihe Chairman of the Committee reported to the House, that the 

Com mil tec 



PiJtLIAM!BKrA1lYr|t»;0^t«tttir^ 



ser 



Committee had met with an Internijuiontq their jProceedings, bjr JMF£^ 
Petrte^ the Petitioner, having been yesterday arrested : Upon Motion 
it was agreed to, that the Report by Mr .Bastard €Slb Chdrmah^^ 
be referred to an vopen Committee to consider thereof, to examine 
precedents, and the* Chairman to repoi$ pn the 28th, which he did^ 
That - the Committee,, considering, the Circumstances attending the 
Arrest of Mr Petrie^ Petitioner against the late Electron fb.f Cricilade^ 
pending the trial> of that 'Election — are o£ opinion, that the Privilege 
of Parliament ezten^U^ itself tQ^jEhe cas<^ of Mr PefrU: he therefore 
moved, that Mr, Peine be discharged from the Custody of the Sheriff 
of Middlesex^ to which the House agreed, nem. con. On the 2 2d of 
March the Chairman reported, that the sitting Menibers had been 
duly elected, that the Petition of Mr Pet He^ as far as it related to 
Mr Eslcourt, was frivolous and vexatious ; and that the Petition of 
the Inhabitants of' Crickhde^ as far as it related to the Rights of 
Klection, was frivol 0V8 and vexatious*- 



K^ldest Son of the "Ezx} oi Carnarvoru 



J. 



!^' tAiLjH^iiamTAKyritiGifiuu; 



XI Sir Robert Hildyard, bt.^ Witliami Slq)er, esq/ 

^ ^ Hott. Robert Brudenel!.* 
12 Thomas Cotes, esq.^ William Woodley, esq.* 

Sir Thomas Fludyer, W William Burke, esq.^ 
is Hon. James BrudenelL^ Hon. Rc4)ert BrudenelL^ 

William Northey, esq.* William Burke, esq. 

Benjamin Hopkins, esq. 

14 James E- of Courtown/^ Paul Methuen, esq. 
James Vt. Cranbourn." 

15 Sir Merrick Burrell, bt. Paul Methuen, esq.** 

Paul Cobb Methtien, esq. 

16 James M. of Graham.'^ Robert Manners, esq."* 

17 James M. of Graham.^ John Lord Doune.'^ 
James Vise. Stopford.'^ Edward Hyde East, esq* 

18 Hon. Thomas Bruce.' ^ John Wodehouse, esq. 
John Robert Burch. 



1 John Robert Burch, esq. Hon. John Wodehouse.' 

2 Sir Robert Buxton, esq. Nathaniel Holland, esq. 

3 George Vise. Stopford.* James Henry Leigh, esq.- 



z Made a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations ; a new Writ 
ordered, December 4, 1756.—* Brother to the Earl of Cardigan \ 
an Officer in the Foot Guards.— -3 Vice- Admiral of the Red, and an 
Elder Brother of the Trinity House ; died, a new Writ ordered, 
November 24, 1767. — 4 Made Steward of the three Chiitern Hun* 
dreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, June 6, 
1766. — 5 A Merchant in London. — ^ Under Secretary to General 
Conway^ one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. — 7 Next 
Brother to the Duke of Montagu ; Master of the Robes to his Majes- 
ty ; made Steward of the three Chiitern Hundreds in the County of 
Buchingham ; a new Writ ordered, November 8, 1768, he was cho- 
sqn for Marlborough. — 8 Second Brother to the Duke of Montagu ; 
Vice-ChamberJain to the (^uecn ; Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, 
and Lieutenant-Governor of Windsor Forest*^ made his Election for 
Marlborough'^ a new Writ ordered, May 13, 1768.— 9 A Groom of 
his Majesty's Bedchamber; made a Commissioner of Trade and Plan- 
tations 5 anew Writ ordered, April 12, 1770, he was reelected j 
' died, 



, JTARLIAltEKi'ARTr EKMSTBll. 



died, a new Writ ordered, Dcceqober 2Z9 1770.—'° Of Ireknd i 
made Steward of the ^rtzCbiliern Hundreds ^\n the County oiBuck' 
tngbam-f a new Wot ordered, December 4, 1774»-h^i OnW Son of 
the £arl of Salisbury^ Lord Lieutenaixt and Cusioi ttotif/Qrum of 
Herifordsbtre. — '* Made §teward qf the thre^ Cbilfern Hundred iQ. 
the Co\xr\iy oi B^khigham \ a new Writ ordered, February 1781.— 
'3 Only Son of tbe livke of Montrose -y a Commisuonet' of the Trea-* 
sury ; 4[»{^ i^^'^ f^ayoftster-Qeneral of the Land Forces ^ a new 
Writ prder^cf^ J^ily %i^ i"l^9f ^ was rerelected.-^H ?ba of the latf 
Lord Robert M^nrters'^ a Lieutenant-Colonel in ^he Army, and one 
of the Equerries to his Majesty. — '5 Sticceeded his Father as Duke 
oi M9rnr6se\ ane^'Wrii ordered, December 12, 1790.-— 1^ EMesfi 
Soil a{ the ^rl-of ^(K^ > difld* a qcir Writiordered* ?ebrua«y j* 
1792.-^7 Kldest S!Q^ of the £arl of Courtown ; made Treasurer of 
bis.Majesty^&Hpufehvld } a new Writ ordered, June 21, 1793, ^^ 
watVe-elected.— »® Circle to the Earl ^iEl^in,\ a Lic^enant-Genetal 
and Colohel of a Regiment of Foot ; ifeed^ a ntw Wnt ordered^ De- 
cember 15, 1797. 



'»• ■ 



I Eldest, Sqo of Lprd Jfpdeboust.^'^JMt^ Sq|i of t^ ]Bvl.)of 



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Pari. No. 215. Lug^ei'skall. 

11 Sir John Bland, bt.' Thomas Hayward, esq. 
Henry Digby, esq.* 

12 Thomas Whateley, esq.* John Paterson, esq. 

13 Penystone Lamb, esq.* John Lord Garlics.' 

Whitshed Keene, esq.* 
1* Penystone, L.Melbourne.^ Lord George Gordon.' 

15 Penystone, V.Melboume. George Aug. Selwyn, esq.* 

16 Nath. W. Wraxall, esq. George Aug. Selwyn, esq. 

17 Hon.Wm. A. Harbord.'" George Aug. Selwyn, esq.'* 

Samuel Smith, esq." 
Nathaniel Newnham, esq.'' 

18 Charles, E. of Dalkeith, Thomas Everett, esq. 

1 Charles, E. of Dalkeith.' Thomas Everett, esq.* 

2 Charles, E. of Dalkeith.' Thomas Everett, esq. 
Magn. D. Magnens, esq. 

S Magn. D. Magnens, esq. Thomas Everett, esq. 

'Died, a new Writ ordered, November 13, 1755. — -Grandson 
and Heir of Lord Digby ; one of the Under SecreUnes of State. — 
3 Joint Secretary to the Treasury. — 4 Eldest Son of Sir Maltbevj 
Lamb, ban. to whose Title he succeeded in 1768 ; created E a ron 
Melbourne in Ireiand in 1770,-5 Eldest Son of ihe Earl aiGallo- 
way ; nntide one of the Lords of Police in Scotland; a new Writ or- 
dered, May 21, 1768, he was reelected; made a Commissioner of 
Trade and Plantations; a new Writ ordered, November 26, 1772, 
he was re-elected j succeeded his Father as Earl of Gallowny ; a new 
Writ ordered, January 1774. — * Brother-in-law to the Earl of 
Dartmouth ; a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, and Secre- 
tary to the Lord Chamberlain of his Majesty's Household; in this 
Pailiament before far Warcham. — 7 Created Viscount A/t/ioHrn^ in 
Ireland, December 23, 1780 ; made one of the Gentlemen of the 
Eedcharabertothc Prince of H^c/tfj, November 30, 1783. — 'Second 
Brother to the Duke of Cordon. — 9 Surveyor of the Meltings, and 
Cletk of the Irons in the Mint, and Register in the Court of Chan- 
ceiiy in the Island n^ Barbedoes ; made Surveyor of the Crown Lands; 
a new Writ ordered, December 26, 1782, he was re-elected. — 'o 
Eldest Son of Lord Shfjield.—" Died, a new Writ ordered, Febru- 



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aiy 1791.— "Died, a new Writ ordered, June 20, I793,— '3 An 
Alderman of Zo»^o/r» Hord Mayor in 1784. 

Pari. 17. John Drummtinif and Robert Drummondy csqrs,. petition, 
cd. The Chairman of the Committee appointed to try this Election, 
reported to the House on April 15'. 1791, that the sitting Members 
were duly elected: and that the Right of voting for Members of 
Parliament for the Borough of Luggershali is in such Persons who 
have any Estate of Inheritance, or Freehold or Leasehold determin- 
able upofi Life or Lives, within the £orough, not confined to entira 
fincient Houses, or the entire Scite of anqient Houses within the 
Borough. Against this Decision, the Right Honble. George Viscount 
Middleton of the Kingdom oi Ireland ; the Honble. William Erode* 
ricky and the Honble. Cbfirhs Townsbend^ on the 17th of December 
1791, presented a Petition. On the id of January 1793. Tbomas 
Everett^ esq. and Tbomas Batb^ Gentleman, Electors of Members 
to serve in Parliament for the Borough of Luggersball, presented a 
Petition> praying to be heard in favour of the Decision. These Peti- 
tions were ordered to be tried by a Committee on the 2oth of May 
J 793, but the Day preceding the Trial, the Petition questioning the 
Right of Election was ordered to be withdrawn, to which the House 
agreed. 

Pari. 17. Nathaniel Newnbam^ esq. petitioned against Mr Smitb^^ 
Election in 1791, renewed the 3d Session, when the Committee wh# 
tried this Election found ths sitting Member duly elected. 



X Eldest Son of the Duke of Buccleugb ; Lord Lieutenant of SeU 
hirkshire,*^'^ A Banker in London. — 3 Made Steward of the three 
hem Hundreds \ a new Writ ordered, May 1804. 



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Pari. No. 1 1 6. Old Sanm. 

11 William Vise. Pulteney.' Thomas Pi*t, esq.* 

Sir William Calvert, kt.' 

12 Thomas Fitt, esq.* Howell Gwynne, esq.* 
Thomas Pitt, esq-' 

13 Rt. H. W.G.Hamilton.'' John Craufurd, esq.^ 

14 Thomas Pitt, esq. Pinckney Wilkinson, esq, 

15 Thomas Pitt, esq.' Pinckney Wilkinson, esq.'* 
Hon. John C. Villiers." George Hardinge, esq." 

16 Hon. JohnC. Villiers.'* George Hardinge, eSq.'* 

17 John Sullivan, esq. George Hardinge, esq. 

18 Rich. E. ofMornington.'* George Hardinge, esq. 
C.W.W Wynne, esq." 

Sir George Yonge, kb."' 



1 John Home Tookc, esq. George Hardinge, esq. 

2 Nicholas Vansittart, esq," Henry Alexander, esq.* 

3 Rt. Hon. N. Vansitrart. Andrew Lord Blaney.^ 

1 Only Son of the Earl of Balb ; appointed Lieutenant -Colonel in 
a Regiment to be fotthwith raised by Colonel Crauford; 3 new Writ 
ordered, December 3, 1759, he was re-elected.—* Mide Steward o£ 
the three Chillern Mundredt in the County q! Buchngitimf a new- 
Writ ordered, Match 11, 1755- — 3 An Alderman of Londsa, Lord 
Mayor in 1749. — 4 Died, a neiv Writ ordered, December 4, 1761. — 
S Sun of the deceased Member 1 made one of tlie Cummis^ioners of " 
the Admiralty! anew Writ ordered, April 18, 1763, he was re- 
elected. — *Lord Lieutenant und CuHos Ra/u/orurrt of the County of 
Ea//aor.—7 Chancellor of t!ie Exchequer in Ireland.—^ Chamberlaid 
of the County of Fife.— 9 Created Lord Came/ford ; Baron of Bocon- 
nie in the County of Cornwall; a new Writ ordered, December 26. 
1^83.— '° Died, a new Writ ordered, March 5, 1784.—11 Second 
Son of the Earl of Clarendon ; Joint King's Counsel in the Duchy- 
Court of lanc^/f^r.—" Solicitor-General to the (^ueen.— '3 Made 
Comptrollerof hi^ Majesty's Household ; a new Writ ordered, Feb. 
1787, be waste-elected; made Chief Justice in £)ir?. North of rr«i/; 
a new Writ ordered, February 19, 1790, be was re-elected. — *4 
Made a tFfAfi Judge ; a new Writ ordered, November 1787, he wa* 
re-elected. — '5 Appointed Attorney-General to the Queen, 1794.^ 
i« Made Govcrnoi of Flint Castle ; a new Writ ordered, Match 6, 



RajBLLIAMEKTAAT lUIClSTlE^ $0S 



^799% *# WMclosenifijr Montg^meryshire.^^l Gottmor of this 
of Good Hope. 



I CWairm^n of tie Ways and Mefms.— "« Joint Secretary of the Trca* 
^S'Z* "**^^ Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland \ a new 
Wrft ordered, March 21, 1805, and sworn of his Majesty's Most 
Honourable Privy Council ; he was re-elected 3 Oi Ireland -^ Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel of the 89th Regiment of Foot. 



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Pari. No.^1% Wotton Basset. 

1 1 Thomas E. Creswell, esq. John Probyn, esq. 

12 Thomas E. Creswell, esq. Hon. Henry St John.* 

13 Thomas E. Creswell, esq. Hon. Henry St John. 

1 4 Robert Scott, esq. Hon. Henry St John.* 

15 William Strahan^ esq.^ Hon. Henry St John.* 

16 Hon. George A. North.^ Hon. Robert S. Conway * 

17 John, Vt. Downe.'^ John Thomas Stanley, e$q* 

1 8 John Bennison, esq. Edward Clarke, esq. 

1 John Dennfeon, esq. Edward Clarke, esq. 

2 Hon. Henry St John.' Robert Williams, jun. esq.* 
Peter William Baker, esq. 

3 Robert Knight, esq. Robert Williams, esq. 



- I Brother to Viscount Bolingbroke ; a Major in the Army, and 
Groom of the Bedchamber to the Duke of TTork, — ^ Made a Groom of 
bis Majesty's Bedchamber ; a new Writ ordered. May 6, 1771, he 
was re-elected.— 3 Joint King's Printer. — 4 A Major- General, and 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. — S Eldest Son of Lord Noi^th^ and 
Grandson of the Earl oi Guilford ; Under Secretary to I jord Norti^ 
one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State — ^ Third Son of 
the Earl of Heriford,^^! 0£ Ireland, On the Dissolution of this 
Parliament he was created Baron Downey of Powich in the County 
of Yprk,'^ Of the Kingdom o{ Ireland \ a v'ommissToner of the Trca- 
.sury \ appointed Captain General and Governor of Fort St George or 
M^draTf in the JE<?x/ Indies ; made Steward cf the three Chiltern Han- 
. ' dredr^ 



S04 VARLIAMENTART REGISTER^ 

Jredt in the County ol Buciingiam', a new Writ ordered, July aoj 
1797- 

1 Uncle to Viscount BoHagbraie % a. General in the Array, and 
Colonel of the 36th Regiment of Foot ; made Steward of the three 
CbUiern HunJrei/i; a new Writ ordered, December lo, i8oa,-i. 
» A Banket in London. 



Pad, 



No. 218. Marlborouph. 



11 Sir John H. Cotton, bt. 

1 2 John Lord BrudeneU.* 
James Long, esq.* 

13 Sir James T. Long, bt. 

14 Sir James T. Long, bt. 

15 James E. of Courtown,' 

16 James E. of Courtown.' 

17 James E. of Courtown." 
Charles E. of Dalkeith.'- 

18 Charles Lord Bruce.'* 



Hon. John Ward.' 
Hon. Robert Brudenell.' 

Hon. Robert BrudenelL' 
Hon. James Brudenell.* 
Hon. James Brudenell-' 
William Woodley, esq. 
Sir Philip Hales, bt.'" 
Hon. Thomas Bruce.'* 

Hon. James Bruce.'' 
Robert Brudenell, esq- 



1 Charles Lord Bruce.' Robert Brudenell, esq.* 

2 Charles Lord Bruce. James Leigh, esq. 

S Charles Lord Bruce. Charles, E. of Dalkdth.' 

I Eldest Son of Lord Ward.—-- Eldest Son of the Earl of Cardigan ; 
created Lord Mcniiigu of Bougblon in the County of Noribomfilon ; a 
i,ew Writ ordered, May 3, 1762.— 3 Second Brother to the Earl of 
Cardigan j a Groom of the Bedchamber to the Duke of York ; has a 
Company in the Foot Guards, and Aide-du-Camp to the King.^ 
4 Eldest Son of Sit Robert King, bart. ; succeeded his Father in 
1767, and in took the Name of Ty/ney. — S Made Colonel of a 

RegiraenCof Foot; Vice- Chamberlain to the QUeen, and Lieutenant- 
Governor of Windsor Castle ; died, a new Writ ordered, November 
II. 1768,— 6 Nest Brother to the Duke of jlfon/fl^u; Master of tht 
Robes to the King, — 7 On the Dissolution of this Parliament, he was 
crt-ated Bargn BrvdeneU of Been in the County of Nerihompton, 

lince 



^ARLIAMENTART REOISTEIIr. 



90^ 



ttnce Earl oi Cardigan by succession.— ^ Of Ireland ; a Gentleman pf 
the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales, -^9 Made Treasurer of his 
Majesty's Household; a new Writ ordered, August 19, 1784, he 
was re-elected.— 10 A Groom of his Majesty's Bedchamber. — ^ Madfe 
Steward of the Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham \ a 
new Writ ordered, June 20, 1793. — '* Uncle to the Earl of Elgin j 
«« Major-General, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot.— ^3 Eldest Son 
of the Duke oiBuccieugb, — ^4 Only Son of the Earl oi Aylesbury. ^^ 
*5 Brother to the Earl of Elgin ; made Steward of the three Cbiltern 
Hundreds' v\ Buckingbamsbire \ a new Writ ordered, November 9,' 
1797. — '^Nephew and Heir to the Earl of Cardigan^ and one of the 
Equerries to the Qiieen» 



I Only Son of the Earl of Aylesbury. — « Nephew to tV Earl of 
Cardigan.-'^ Eldest Son of the Duke of Buccleugb, 



£vot. II.] 



FAKLIAMSKTART REOI6TEKI 



No. 219. Worcester County. 



11 Hon. John B.Coventry.' Edmund Pytts, 

12 Hon. John Ward.* William Dowdeswell, 



1 

i, esq. I^H 



13 Hon. John Ward.' 

Edward Foley, esq.* 

14 Edward Foley, esq. 

15 Hon. Edward Foley. 

16 Hon. Edward Foley. 

17 Hon. Edward Foley.^ 

18 Hon. Edward Foley. 



Rt. Hon. W. Dowdeswell.* 

Rt. Hon. W. Dowdeswell.' 
William Lygon, esq. 
William Lygon, esq. 
William Lygon, esq. 
William Lygon, esq. 
William Lygon, esq. 



1 Hon. Edward Foley.' 

2 Hon. Edward Foley.' 



I 



William Lygon, esq. 
William Lygon, esq.* 
Hon. John W. Ward.' Hon. Wm. Beauch. Lygon.' 
3 Hon. W. H. Lyttelton.* Hon. Wm. Beauch. Lygon. 

I Brother to the EacI of Coventry. — * Eldest Son of Lord Ward^ 
.—3 Succeeded his Father as Viscount Dudley and Ward i a new Writ 
ordered, April 1774.— 4 Made Chancellor and Under Treasurer q£ 
the Exchequer J anew Writ ordered, December 17, 1765, he was 
re-elected. — i Second Son of Thomas Tohy, esq. Member for the 
County of Hereford, who, on the aoth of May 1776, was created 
Baron Foley of Kidderminster in the County of Worcester. — ^ Died, a 
new Writ ordered, February i774._7 Made Recorder of Droii-wicb 
in May 1793. 

I Uncle to Lord Foley, — » Died, a new Writ ordered, July 4, 
1803. — 3 Only Son of Viscount Dttd'/yi and Ward; in this Pari iament 
before for Downton. — 4 Created a Peer olGreat Britain and Ireland 
by the Title of Baron Beauchamfi ol Poyu.<ke\a the county oiWorcc 
stir; a new Writ ordered, February 15, 1806.— 5 Eldest Son of the 
late Member. — <" Son of Lord Lyttelton. 





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307 



rtirl. 



No. 220. 



11 Thomas Vernon, esq* 

12 John Walsh, esq. 

13 John Walsh, esq. 



l*John Walsh, esq. 

15 Hon. William Ward.* 

16 Hon. William Ward.^ 
Edmund Wigley, esq. 

17 Edmund Wigley, esq. 

18 Edmund Wigley, esq. 

1 l)dward Wigley, esq. 

Joseph Scott, esq.* 
S Itobert Bromley, esq.' 

William Gordon,^ esq. 



Worcester City. 

Henry Crabb Boulton, esq!' 
Henry Crabb Boulton, esq.* 
Henry Crabb Boulton, esq.^ 
Thomas Bates Rous, esq.^ 
Nicholas Lechmere, esq. 
Thomas Bates Rous, esq. 
Thomas Bates Rous, esq. 
Samuel Smith, esq. 

Edmund Lechmere, jun, esq* 
Abraham Robarts, esq. 

Abram Robarts, esq.' 
Abram Robarts, esq. 
Abram Roberts, Cfeq. 



I A Merchant in London, — ^ A Director of the East India iCom- 
pany.-i— ^ Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of 
the Crown for a new Writ, ^773' — ^ ^^^ ^"^y elected, a 

new Writ ordered, February 8, 1774. — 5 Brother of Viscount Dud- 
ley and Ward,-^^ Succeeded his Brother as Viscount Dudley and 
WarJ \ anew Writ ordered, February 1789. 

Pari. 12. Robert Tracy ^ esq. petitioned, but afterwards requested 
leave to withdraw it, which the House granted. 

Pari. I3« Sir Wathin Lewes, knt. petitioned against the Return of 
Thomas Sates Rous, esq. and the Committee who tried this contested 
Election y found it a void Election. 

Pari. 15. Sir Watktn Lewes, knt, petitioned. On the .15th of 
February 1781, the Chairman of the Committee reported 10 the 
House, that the sitting Members were duly elected. 

Pari. 18. Edmund Lechmere, esq. petitioned, and a Day was ap- 
)>oiifted for hearing the same, but he not givingr in his Recognisance 
agreeable to Law, the Order for hearing was dischai'gcd. • 



1 A Banker in London^ and an East India Director. — 2 Created a 
Baronet, April 1, i8o6. — ^3 Not duly elected, a new Writ ordered, 
j^mnry 1807. 

X 2 Pari: 



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Pari. 3. WiUiam Gordon, esq. and some of the Freemen, peCitianeJ 
against the Return of Messrs Robarls and Bromiey. The Committee 
found Ahram Robarls, esq, duly elected ; and Robert Bromley, esq. 
rot duly elected. 

Pari. 3. jlUersol, esq. petitioned against Mr Gardon'i 

Election 1 but having neglected to enter into Recognizances to pro- 
same, the Complaint could not be heard. 



PilTl. No.22\. 

1 1 Robert Harley, esq.' 

12 Robert Harley, esq. 
J3 Robert Harley, esq.* 

Andrew Foley, esq.* 

14 Andrew Foley, esq. 

15 Hon. Andrew Foley. 

16 Hon. Andrew Foley. 

1 7 Hon. Andrew Foley. 
IS Hon. Andrew Foley. 



Droiiwkb. 
Thomas Foley, esq. 
Thomas Foley, esq. 
Thomas Foley, esq.* 
Edward Foley, esq.* 
Rowland Berkeley, esq, 
Thomas Foley, jun. esq.* 
Edward Winnington, esq.' 
Edward Winnington, esq. 
Edward Winnington, esq. 
Edward Winnington, esq,* 
Sir Edward Winnington, bt. 



1 Hon. Andrew Foley.' Sir Edward Winnington, bt. 

2 Hon. Andrew Foley. Sir Edward Winnington, bt.* 

Thomas Foley, esq.' 

3 Hon. Andrew Foley. Thomas Foley, esq. 

. Brother to the Earl of Oxford ; a Counsellor at Law ; made Re- 
corder of Tewkeibury. — = Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant 
for a new Writ, 1774.— 3 Made his Election for the County 
of Herefird; a new Writ ordered, May 17, 1768.— 4 Tl.ird Son of 
Thnmas Foley, e'(], ; a Banker in London. — 5 Second Son of Thomas 
Foley, esq. Member for Hereford County, who on the zoth of May 
1776 was created Baron Foley of Kidderminster in the County of 
Worceiler.--<^ Succeeded his Father as Lord Foley ; a new Writ ot- 
deted. November 1777.— 7 Eldest Son of Sir Ed-ward IVinmngton. 
bart. and Eiothec-in-la»' to LoiH Foley. — * Succeeded as Baronet in 
179^- 

I Uncle of Lord Foley. — ' Died, 3 new Writ ordered, May 17, 

February 18, 1805.— 3 Son «f the Other Member, and Cousin to 
Iwrd JWy* 




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FarL No. 222. Evesham. 

1 1 Rt. Hon. Sir J. Rushout. John Porter, esq.' 

Edward Rudge, esq. 

12 Rt. Hon. Sir J. Rushout. John Rushout, esq.* 
lis George Durant, esq- John Rushout, esq. 

14 Henry Seymour, esq. John Rushout, esq. 

15 Chas. W. B. Rouse, esq.^ Sb John Rushout, bt. 

16 Chas. W. B. Rouse, esq.^ Sir John Rushout, bt. 

17 Thomas Thompson, esq. Sir John Rushout, bt. 

18 Thomas Thompson, esq. Charles Thelusson, esq. 



1 Charles Thelusson, esq.* Thomas Thompson, esq. 

2 Charles Thelusson, esq. Crauiurd Bruce, esq. 

8 William Manning, esq.* Humphrey Howarth, esq. 

% ^ 



* I Died, a new Writ ordered, April 13, 1756.—* Son of Sir John 
cRusbout^ bart.— 3 Made Secretary to his Majesty's Commissioners 
for the Management of Affairs in the East Indies^ '7^4* — ^ Created 
a Bsktonet of Gr^A/ Britain^ June 21 9 1791. 



I A Merchant in London,^-'^ A Merchant in London^ and Agent 
for the Island of 5/ Vincent. 

' Pari. 2. Humphrey Howarth^ es<^. petitioned. The Chairman of 
the Committee that tried this £lec)ion, reported to the House, May 
20, 1803, ;that the sitting Members were duly elected, and that the 
Petition was not frivolous or vexatious. 



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Pari. No. 23. Bewdley. 

1 1 William Henry Lyttelton, esq.' 
Rt. Hon. William Finch/ 

12 Sir Edward Winnington, ht.^ 
JS Hon. Thomas Lyttelton.* 

Sir Edward Winnington, bt.^ 

14 William Henry Lyttelton, esq.^ 

15 William Henry, Lord Westcote. 

16 William Henry, Lord Westcote. 

17 George Fulke Lyttelton, esq.^ 
is Miles Peter Andrews, esq. 



1 Miles Peter Andrews, esq. 

2 Miles Peter Ai^drews, esq. 
5 Miles Peter Andrews, esq. 



I Brother of Sir George Lyttelton y bart, made Governor of S^uth 
Carolina ; a new Writ ordered, January 23, 17 <5'—-* Brother to the 
■Earl of Winchelsea ; Vice -Chamberlain of the Household.— 3 Made 
Storekeeper of the Ordnance ; a new Writ ordered, December 20, 
1762. — 4 Only Son of Lord Lyttelton^ not duly elected.-— 5 Duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned. — ^ Uncle to Lord Lytiel- 
ton \ created Lord Westcote in Ireland^ July 2^ 17767 made one of 
the Commissioners of the Treasury j a new Writ ordered, Juoe 5* 
J 777, he was re-elected. — 7 Eldest Son of Lord Westcote, 

* . ■ § 

Pari. 13. Sir Edward Winnington^ bart. petitioned, and the same 
being heard at the Bar of the House, the Petitioner was declared duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned, January 24, 1769^ 



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Pari No. 224. York County. 

1 1 H. Pleydell, Vt, Downe.* Rt. Hon, Sir C. IVArcy." 

Sir George Savile, bt. 
12 Edwin Lascelles, ^. Sir George Savile, bt. 
IS Edwin Lascelles, esc^. Sir George Savile, bt. 

14 Edwin Lascelles, esq. Sir George Savile, bt- 

15 Efenry Duncombe, esq. Sir George Savik, bt.* 

Francis F. Foljambe, esq. 

16 Henry Duncombe^ esq. William Wilberforce, esq. 

17 Henry Duncombe, esq. William Wilberforce, esq. 
16 Hon. Henry Lascelles. William Wilberforce, esq* 



s Hon. Edward Lascelles*' William Wilberforce, esq.* 
2 Hon. Edward Lascelles. WilUam Wilberforce, esq. 
S William Fawkes, esq. William Wilberforce, esq. 

X Unck to the Earl of Httldernes^e ; died, a new Writ ordered, 
Deoember 12, i^^.-i—s Qf Ireland \ made a Captain by Brevet id 
tbe' Army \ made Lieu^nant-Colonel of tbe ijtb Regiment of Foot ; 
died of tbe Wounds he received at the Battle of Campen^ December 
1)60: no new Writ issued.— -3 Made Steward of the ChUtern Hun- 
drtds y a ne4r Wriit osdered, December lo, 1783, 



I Son of Lord Harevoooi.'^'^ A Director of the Sierra Leone Com- 
pany. 



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Pari. 



r 



11 Sir John Armiiage, bt.' 
William Thornton, esq. 

12 Sir George Armitage, bt. 

13 LordJohn Cavendish, bt." 

14 Lord John Cavendish, bt, 

15 LordJohn Cavendish, bt.' 

16 Robert Vise. Galway.' 

17 Sir Wm. M. Milner, bt. 
l8Sir Wm. M. Miiner, bt. 



No. 225. York Cify. 

George Fox Lane, esq.* ' 



Robert Lane, esq.' 
Charles Turner, esq. 
Charles Turner, esq. 
Charles Turner, esq.'' 
Richard Slater Milnes, esq. 
Richard Slater Milnes, esq. 
Richard Slater Milnes, esq. 



1 Sir Wm. M. Milner, bt, Richard Slater Milnes, esq. 

2 SirWm. M. Milner, bt. Hon. Laurence Dundas.' 

3 Sir Wm. M. Milner, bt. Hon. Laurence Dundas. 

I Killed in the Action at S: Cat, on the Coast of France, whither 
^e bad gone a Volunteer with the Army ; a new Writ ordered, Nov. 
23, 175S. — 'Created Baron Bingley of Bingley in the County of 
lort. May 1762. ■ — 3 Only Son of George Fax Lane, (Lord Bingley). 
— t Uncle to the Duke of DevBitihire. — S Made Chancellor and - 
Under Treasurer of the Exchequer ; a new Writ ordered, March 27, 
J783, he was re-elected. — * Created a Baronet of Great Britain, 
April 13, 1782; died, a new Writ ordered, Nowcraber ii, 1783.— 
7 Of Ireland; Complrollet of his Majesty's Household > made a 
Knight of the Bath. , ■ 



\ Eldest Son of Lord Dundas. 



Parliament ART register. 31^ 



Pari. No. 226. Kingsfon-ttpon-HulL 

X I Lord Robert Manners.^ Richard Crowle, esq.* 

Sir George M. Meths^m, kt. 

12 Lord Robert Manners.^ Sir George M. Methim, kt.* 

William Weddell, esq. 

18 Lord Robert Manners.* William Weddell, esq. 

14 Lord Robert Manners.*^ David Hartley, esq. 

1.5 Lord Robert Manners. William Wilberforce, esq. 
Daniel Hartley, esq. 

16 Samuel Thornton, esq, William Wilberforce, esq.^ 

Walter Spen. Stanhope, esq, 

17 Samuel Thornton, esq. Aubrey JEarl of Burford.® 

1 8 Samuel Thornton, esq. Sir Charles Turner, bt. 



1 .Sir Charles Turner, bt. Samuel Thornton, esq.* 

2 John Staiforth, esq. Samuel Thornton, esq, 

3 John Staniforth, esq. William J. Denison, esq. 

< Brother to the Duke of Rutland ; Colonel of a Regiment of 
Foot, and Lieutenant-Governor of Kingston-upon-Huiii made a 
Major-General in February 1757, and a Lieutenant- General in April 
X759.— 3 A Counsellor at Law ; died, a new Writ ordered, Nov. 
25, 1757.— 3 Made Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons in 1765.— 
4 Made Patent Clerk of his Majesty's Wardrobe j a new Writ or- 
dered, March 7, 1766. — 5 Made a General in the Army in April 
1772. — ^Died, a new Writ ordered, May 31^ 4782. — 7 Made his 
Elecpon for the County of York ; a new Writ ordered, May 9, 
1784.—^ Eldest Son to the Duke oiSt Albans \ a Lieutenant-Colonel 
in the Army. 

Pari. 14. Thomas Shirley^ esq. petitioned, but afterwards re- 
quested leave to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. ' 

I A Bank Director \ a Consul of the Russia^ and an Assistant of 
|be Eastland Company. 



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Pari. No. 227. Knaresborough. 

1 1 Hon. Richard Arundel.' Sir Henry SUngsby, bt. 
Hon. R. B.Walsingham.* 

12 Lord John Cavendish.' Sir Henry SUngsby, bt.' 

Sir Anthony T. Abdy, bt.^ 

1 3 Hon. R. B. Walsingham. Sir Anthony T. Abdy, bt. 
14Hon. R. B Walsingham- Sir Anthony T. Abdy, bt.* 

Lord Geo. H. Cavendish.^ 
i5 Hon. R. B. Walsingham.^ William Vise. Duncannon." 
James Hare, esq. 

16 James Hare, esq. William Vise. Duncannon. 

17 James Hare, esq, William Vt. Duncannon.'* 

Lord John Townshend-" 
18,James Hare, esq. Lord John Townshend. 

1 Lord John Townshend.' James Hare, esq. 

2 Lord John Townshend.* James Hare, esq/ 

William Cavendish, esq.' 
John, Vt. Duncannon.'* 

3 Lord John Townshend. Charles, Lord Ossulston.* 

I Brother to Lord Arundel of Trerice ! died, a new Writ ordered, . 

January^i, 1758. — ^ Son of the Kar] of Sbanaon of Jre/anJ ; a Cap- — , 

tain in the Navy. — 3 Brother to the Duke of Devonshire; made a -« 

Cornmissioner of the Treasury ; a new Writ ordered, December 17, «-i 

J765, he was re-elected, — t Died, a new Writ o^de^ed, January 26, ^ '1 
1763. — 5 Made one of bis Miijesty's Counsellors at Law; a new -•**' 
Writ ordered, December iS, 1765, he wa? re -elected, — ^ Died, a - *^»' 
new Writ ordered, April 1775.-7 Second Brother to the Duke of "^r^ 
Devonshire. — ^ Made a Colonel of Marines ; seut Commodore of a -^^ » 
atjuadion 10 "^gmaico, on which Station he was drowned ir, the great ^^ -0^ 
Storm, October 1780 ; a new Writ ordered, June 1781.— sOnly Son -xr*^^ 
of the Earl of Beiberougb ; made a Commissioner of the Admiralty ; ^ J 

a new Wtit ordered, March 7, 17B3, he was re-elecled ; aeain ap ■^■ 

pointed to the saroe Oftlce, April 27, 1783, he was re-elected. — i'*^^ ^"^ 
Succeeded his Father as Karl of BesbaroagB ; a new Writ ordered^ ^^> 
.Match 1793. — " Second Son of Marquis Townshend. 

Pari, i6. Sir ^eA« Cogbt//, bart. and Bacon Franki, esq. petitioned -X^—^- 



VAR,l4lAMi:]KTABiY SLEOJ&TJSIU 916 



^ ^ Son of the Marquis Townsbend. — ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, 
March 1804. — ^ Eldest Son of Lord George Henry Cavendish^ Bro- 
ther to the Duke oi Devonshire \ made Steward of the three Chiltern 
Hundreds 5 a new Writ issued, June 1804, he was elected for y^yhs- 
bury in Buckinghamshire 5 a new Writ issued, Jaouarj 15, 1805.— 
4 Appointed Joint Paymaster-General of the Army, and a Lord o£ 
Trade and ^Plantations •, a new Writ ordered, February 10, i8o6« 
h« was re-chosen. — 5 Eldest Son of the Earl oi Beshorougb in Sre* 
land,''-^ Eldest Son of the Earl of T^nkervi/le j Treasurer of hit 
Majesty's Household. 



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ParL No^ 9,2^. Scarborough. 

11 William Osbaldeston, esq. Sir Ralph Milbanke, bt. 

12 Wm. Osbaldeston, esq/ John Major, esq/ 
F. W. Od3aldeston, esq. 

13 F. W. Osbaldeston, esq.^ George Manners, esq.* 
Sir J, Penyman, bt. 7 D. George Earl of Tyrconnefc^ 
Ralph Bell, esq/ 3 R. 

14 Sir Hugh Palliser, bt/ George Earl of .TjrrconneU 
Hon. Charles Phipps.'. 

15 Hon. Charles Phipps. George Earl of Tyrconnel. 

16 George Osbaldeston, esq. George Earl of TyrconneU 

17 Hon. Henry Phipps.^ George Earl of TyrconneU 
Hon. Edmund Phipps.'*^ 

18 Hon. Edmund Phipps. Lord C. H. Somerset.** 

a 

1 Lord C. H. Somerset.' Hon. Edmund Phipps.* 

2 Lord Robert Manners.^ Hon. Edmund Phipps. 

3 Charles M. Sutton, esq."* Hon. Edmund Phipps. 



' An Elder Brother of the Trinity House 5 created a Baronet in 
1765. — 2 Died, a new Writ oridered^ November ii, 1766. — 3 Died, 
and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a 
new Wiit, June 3, 1770.*— 4 Ralph Beii^ esq. having informed the 

House 

- * This wasgthe first Notice given in the London Gazette^ in pursuance of the late 
Act of Parliament, by the Speaker, that this Gentleman's Death had been certified 
to him in writing under the hands of two Members . of Parliament, and that he 
would issue his Warrant to make out a new Writ for electki^ a' Member in ki^ 
room. 



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House that he did not mean to contest the Double Return, the Cleric 
of the Crown was ordered to attend with the Writ, and erase Mr 
Beifi Name out of the Return.— 5 Died, and the Speaker issued his 
Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for it new Writ, 1772. — 

— * Comptroller of the Navy ; a Captain in the Navy, and Governor 
of Searboroagb CatlU ; made a Rear-Admiral in October 177O1 and 
a Vice-Admiral in 1778 -, made a Commisssioner of the Admiralty ; 
:il ordered, April 2, 177 J, he was tc-elecled ; in 1775 
made Lieutenant-General of Marines; made Steward of the three 
Cbiilern Uundrcdt in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ order- 
ed, Feb. 19, 1779. — 7 Of Ireland. — S Urother to Lord Mulgrove; 
a Captain in the Navy. — 9 Next Brother to Lord Mulgrave ; has a 
Company !n the Foot Guards; succeeded his ilrother as Lord Mul- 
grave in Ire/and in August 1792; in ]793 made Colonel of a Regi- 
ment ofFootj in August 179^, created Baron Ma/grave of Mul- 
grave in the County of Tort ; and the Speaker issued his Warrant to 
the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ, September 1794- — 
io Brother to Lord Malgrave ; has a Company in the Foot Guards. — 
II Second Son of the Duke oi Beaufort \ Colonel ofa Regiment, and 
a Gentleman of the Bedchamber to the King ; made Comptroller of 
his Majesty's Household j a new Writ ordered, April 25, 1797, he 
was re-elected. 



I Son of the Duke of Beaufort ; Comptroller of the King's House- 
hold ; a iWajor-Genera!, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot.—' Bro- 
ther to Lord ^u/f roue ; a Major-Genetal, and a Captain of the 
1st Regiment of Foot Guards — 3 Youngest Brother to the Duke of 
Rutland \ a Captain of Dragoons. — 4 Cousin to the Duke of Rutland, 
and Brother ig the Archbishop of Conlerhury. 



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317 



Pari. 



No. 229. 



1 1 William Aislabie, esq.* 

12 William Aislabie, esq. 
IS William Aislabie, esq. 

14 William Aislabie, esq. 

15 William Aislabie, esq.^ 
William Lawrence, esq. 

1 6 William Lawrence, esq. 



17 William Lawrence, esq. 

18 William Lawrence, esq.* 
Sir James Graham, bt. 



1 Sir James Graham, bt. 

2 Sir James Graham, bt. 
S Sir James Graham, bt. 



Rippon. 

Sir Charles Vernon, kt. 
William Lawrence, esq. 
Charles Allanson, esq. 
Charles Allanson, esq.* 
William Lawrence, esq. 
Hon. Frederick Robinson.^ 

Hon. Frederick Robinson.* 
Rt Hon. Sir J. Goodricke.^ 
Sir George A. Winn, bt. 
Sir George A. Winnj bt. 
Sir George A. Winn, bt.^ 
John Heathcote, esq.^ 



John Heathcote, esq. 
John Heathcote, esq. 
G. Allanson, L. Headley.' 



* One of the Auditors of the Imprest, and Principal Register of 
the Consistory Court of the Archbishop of York. — * Died, and the 
Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new 
Writ, October 2, 1775.— 3 Died, a new Writ ordered, May 24, 
1781.— ^ Brother to Lord Grfl«/i&/i»i.—S Having signified to the 
Speaker his acceptance of a Pension, a new Writ ordered, December 
1787.—^ A Privy Counsellor 5 died, a new Writ ordered, July 8, 
1789. — 7 Created Lord Headiey in Ireland in October 1797 ; died, a 
new Writ ordered, April 16, 1798. — ^ Died, and the Speaker issued 
his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, September 
^798.— 9 In this Parliament before for Gatton, 



' Of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 



il8 FAHLlAMftNTARV RMIfttfeR* 



Pari No. 230. Richmond^ 

« 

11 WilIiamEarlof Ancram.* John Yorke, esq.* 

Thpmas Yorke, esq. 

12 WilliamEarlofAncram.' Sir Ralph Milbanke, bf- 
Thomas Dundas, esq.* 

1 3 Sir Lawr : Dundas, bt.^ Alex. Wedderburn, esq.^ 
William Norton, esq.^ Charles Crowie, esq. 

14 Sir Laur. Dundas, bt. Thomas Dundas, esq^'' 
William Norton, esq. Charles Dundas, esq.^ 

15 James M. of Graham.*® Rt. Hon. Sir L. Dundas." 

Hon. George Fitzwilliam.'* 

16 Murrough,E.Inchiquin.*^ Charles Dundas^ esq.** 

Sir Grey Cooper,, bt.'^ 

17 Murrough, E.Inchiquin. Laurence Dundas, esq/^ 

18 ChasG. Beauclerk, esq.'^ Hon. Laurence Dundas- 
Arthur Shakespeare, esq. 

1 Hon. Laurence Dundas.' Arthur Shakespeare^ esq» 

2 Hon. G. H. L. Dundas.* Arthur Shakespeare, esq. 
Hon. Chas. L. Dundas.^ . 

3 Hon. Chas. L. Dundas. Arthur Shakespeare, esq. 



< Only Son of the Marquis of Lothian ; Colonel of a Regiment of 
Dragoons \ made a Major-General. \ made a Lieut enant- General.— 
*Dicd, a new Writ ordered, December i, 1757.— 3 Made Steward 
of the three Cbihern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new 
Writ ordered, March 7, 1763.—^ Eluest Son of Sir Laurence Dun" 
das.-^S Made his Election for the City of Edinburgh ; a new Writ 
ordered, November 10, 1768.—^ A Counsellor at Law^ made 
Steward of the Manor of East Hendred in the County of Berks j a 
new Writ ordered, May 9, 1769, he was chosen afterwards for 
Bishop'* s Castie.-^1 Eldest Son of Sir Fletcher Norton^ Miniatei to 
the Swiss Cantons. — 8 Made his Election for the County of Stirling ; 
a new Writ ordered, December 20, 1774.— 9 Nephew to Sir Lau^ 
rence Dundas^ bart. a Counsellor at Law.— ^o Only Son of the Duke 
of Montrose ^ made a Commissioner of the Treasury j a new Writ or- 
dered, December 26, 1783, he was re-elected.— 11 Made his Elec- 
tion for the City of Edinburgh ^ a new Writ ordered, March 22« 

1781. 



PAiLLIAMSKTAklr RBGtSTXH^^ S1t9 



17?I.— »* Only Brother to Earl Fit%wifliam ; an Officer in the Life 
Guards. — '3 Of Ireland, — M Made Steward of the three Chiltern 
Hundreds in the County of Buckingham \ a new Writ ordered, Jan. 
^4, 1786.— 15 King's Counsel in the Duchy Court of Lancaster ^^-^^^ 
£ldest Son of Sir Thomas Dundas^ bart.— -^7 Made Steward df the 
three Chiltern Hundreds ; a new Writ ordered, Nov. 2I, 1799. 



2 Eldest Son of Lord Dundas,'^'^ Third Son of Lord Dundas ; a 
Captain in the Navy 5 made Steward of the three Chi/tern Hundreds ', 
a new Writ. Ordered, February 13, 1806.— 3 Son ofl.6rd Dundas ; 
a Captain in the Navy ; in this Parliament before for Malton. 



Pari No 2S\. Hedon. 

II Charles Saunders, esq.' Peter Denis, esq** 
'12 Sir Chas. Saunders, kb.^ Peter Dennis, esq,* 
i3 Sir Chas. Saunders, kb. Beilby Thompson, esq; 

14 Sir Chas. Saunders, kb.^ Beilby Thompson, esq» 
Hon. Lewis T. Watson.^ 

15 William Chaytor, esq. Christopher Atkinson, esq.^ 

Stephen Lushington, esq. 

16 William Chaytor, esq. Lionel Darell, esq. 

17 Beilby Thompson, esq. Lionel Darell, esq.* 

18 Christ* Atkinson, esq.^ Sir Lionel Darell, bt« 

1 Christopher SaviUe, esq. Sir Lionel Darell, bt. 
a Christopher Savile, esq. George Johnstone, esq; 
.S Anthony Browne, esq. George Johnstone, esq." 

I 

< A Captain in the Navy \ made Comptroller of the Navy y a new 
Writ Ordered, November 15, 1755, he was re-elected ; made Rear- 
Admiral of the Blue in 1756; Vice- Admiral of the Blue in 1759^ 
I«ieutenant-General of Marines in 1760, and a Knight of the Bath in 
X7$i.— ^ A Captain in the Navy.-— 3 Made a Commissioner of the 
Admiralty; a new Writ ordered, December 17, 1765 \ made First 
XiOrd Commissioner of the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, Nov. 
II,' 1766, he was re-elected. — 4 Created a Baronet of Great Britain^* 
1767.-^5 Died, a new Writ ordered, December 7, ^775.—^ Eldest 
Son oi Lord Sondes.^^7 A Merchant in London ^ expelled the House 

for 



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for Perjury ; a new Writ ordered, December 4, 1783.—' A Direo 
tor of the East India Company ; created a Baronet of Great Britain^ 
April II, 1795. — 9 Took the Name of Saviile in October 1798. 



^ Appointed a Commissioner for the Manageijicnt of the Affairs of 
tndia\ a new Writ ordered* March 25* 1807. 



FarL No. 232. Borough bridge. 

1 1 Hon. William Murray.' Hon. Lewis M. Watson.* 
Augustus, E. of Euston.^ John Fuller, esq.* 
Thomas Thoroton, esq. Sir Cecil Bishopp, bt. 

12 Brice Fisher, esq.^ Sir Cecil Bishopp, bt, 
James West, jun. esq.^ 

1 3 James West, sen. esq.' Nathaniel Cholmley , esq. 
Henry Clinton, esq.® 

1 4 Charies Mellish, esq.* Anthony Eyre, esq.^ 
William Phillips, esq.*^ 

15 Charles Ambler, esq." Anthony Eyre, esq. 

16 Henry, Vt. Palmerston.'* Sir Richard Sutton, bt; 

17 Maurice Robinson, esq. Sir Richard Sutton, bt. 

18 Francis Burdett, esq.'^ Sir John Scott, kt.'"* 

Hon. John Scott. 



I Sir FrancisB. Jones, bt. Hon. John Scott.' 
£ Edward B. Portman, esq. Hon. John Scott.* 

Robert, Vt. Castlereagh.^ 
3 Henry Dawkins, esq. William H. Clinton, esq.* 

' Uncle to Viscount Siormont j his Majesty's Attorney-General j 
made'Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench, and created 
Baron Mansfield of Man.tfieid in the County of Nottingham ; a new 
Writ ordered, December 4, 1756. — * Second Son of Lord Monson\ 
made his Election for the County of Kent ; a new Writ ordered, 
December 6, 1754. — 3 Grandson and Heir of the Duke of Grafton ; 
made his Election for St Edmundsbury ; a new ordered, June 8, 
1757.— 4 Died, ^ ^^ Writ ordered, March 6, 1756.— 5 Died, a 
new Writ ordered, June i, 1767.— ^ Son of the Member for .SV j4K 
hans."-^! High Steward of St j^/hans^ and Recorder of Poo/e 5 died, 
and the Speakei issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a 
n«w Writ, 1772.— 8 Cousin to the Duke of Newtastle ; Co^ 

lonet 



s. 



P ARLI AMEKT AR V R£GIST£&. $2 1. 



ionel of a Regiment of Foot ; a Major-General, and a Groom of the 
Bedchamber to the Duke of Gloucester ^^-^9 Made his Election for 
Pontefraci% a new Writ issued, March 6, 1775 — ^° A Captain in 
the Royal Regiment of Artillery -, a Colonel in the Afmy» and 
Lieutenaivt^ Governor of Windsor Castle*-^^^ King^ft Counsellor at 
Law, and Attorney-General to the Q^ueen.— *^0f Ireland.^^^i 
Grandson and Heir to Sir Robert Burdett. bart. to whose Title he 
succeeded in February 1797. — HHis Majesty '3 Attorney- General. 
During the retess of Parliament, appointed a Lord Chief Justice of 
the Common Pleas, and soon after created Lord E/dom of ElJon in 
the County of Durham \ a new Writ ordered, Septfmbet 24, 1799'* 
—15 Eldest Son of Lord Eidon. 



I Eldest Son of Lord Eidon • a Barrister at Law.«-*>^ Died^ and the 
Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to bsue a new 
Writ, January iSod.*^ Eldest Son to the Earl oi Londonderry in 
Ireland,^^ Cousin to the Duke .of Newcastle ; a Brigadief-Generali 
and has a Company in the Foot Guards. 



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No. 233. Million. 



1 1 John Mostyn, esq.' 

12 John Mos[yn, esq.' 

13 John Vise. Downe.^ 

14 Kdmund Burke, esq." 
William Weddell, esq. 

15 William Weddell, esq. 

16 Sir Tho. Gascoigne, bt. 
Wiltiam Weddell, esq. 

17 William Weddell, esq. 
Hon. George Damer." 

18 George Vise. Milton. 



Hon. Henry Finch.* 
Hon. Henry Finch.* 
Savile Finch, esq. 

Savile Finch, esq. 
Savile Finch, esq. 

Savile Finch, esq.' 
Edmund Burke, esq.^ 
' Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke. 

Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke.'" 
Richard Burke, esq." 
William Baldwin, esq.: 
William Baldwin, esq^ 



1 Hon. C. L, Dundas.' 

2 Hon. C. L. Dundas.* 
Henry Grattan, esq. 

3 Charles, Vise. Milton.' 



Bryan Cooke, esq. 
Bryan Cooke, esq. 

Bryan Cooke, esq. 



■ Brother to Sir Roger Mostyn ; Colonel of a Regiment of Dra- 
goons, and a Groom of the Bedchamber to the King ; made a Major 
Gen. Feb. lo, 1757.—' Brother to the Earl of Wincbehea ; Survey- 
or-General of his Majesty's Boardof Works.— 3 Made a Lieut-Gen. 
in 1759 ~4 Died, a new Writ ordered, November i!i, 1761.-3 Of 
7rtf/fli7^.— "i Made his Election for Brisiol ; a new Writ ordered, 
November 30, 1774. — 7 Made Steward of the three Chiltern hun- 
dreds in the County oi Euciln^ham ; a new Writ ordered, November 
1780.-3 Made Paymaster-General- of the Land Forces; a new Writ 
ordered, March 27. 1782, he wa» re-elected. — 9 Made Steward of 
the three Cbilurn Hundreds\n the County of Buciingbam.~~'° Made 
Steward of the three Chiilerri Hundreds in the County of Bueking- 
ham—^^ Son of the late Member; died, a nciv Writ ordered, April 
30, 1792.— J' Eldest Son of Lord Milton; from the I^tb ofJVIay 
1792, he was stiled Viscount A7('//on, his Father being then created 
Viscount Miilan and Earl of Dorchester ; in December 1794, l»e 



J 



PARtUM£j^TART kEOIStJ^S,*. $2$ 



tvas appointed Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ire/and 
(Earl Fit%wiiiiatn).^^^Z Son of the dcgeased Member ; died a few 
days after his Election j a new Writ ordered, Jan. 15, 1795- 



y Second Son of Lbrd DunJas,-^^ Made Steward of the three 
Chiitern Hundreds ip Buchinghgmshire ; i new Writ ordered) Aptfl 
i8o5.*yir3 Ooly Son of Earl Fiipiwiiliam. 



M- 



ParL Nok2S4i. Thinker 

1 1 Hiomas Frankland, esq** Roger T^lfeot, esq. 

12 Thomas Franklahd, esq.* Hon. Henry Grenville.^ 

James Grenville, esfq.* 

13 Sir Tho* Frankland, bt.^ William Frankland, esq* 

14 Sir ThOi Frankland j bt.^ Thomas Frankland, esq.^ 

15 SirTho. Gascoigne, bt. Beilby Thompson, esq. 

16 Sir Tho. Frankland, bt.® Sir Gregory P. Turner, bti 
Robert Vyner, sen. esq. 

1 7 Robert Vyner, sen. esq. Sir Gregory P. Turner, bt. 

18 Sh: Tho. Frankland, bt. Sir Gregory P. Turner j btw 



a=s 



I William Frankland, esq. Sir Gregory P. Turner^ bti 
J2 William FrankUud, e$q. Sir Gregory P. Turner, t)t.* 

Hon. Rich. G. Neville/ 
8 Jamed Topham, esq. Robert Greenhill, esq. 



^--^■,- 



^ ACaytain of the Navy \ made Rear- Admiral of the White in 
1775.*—* Succeeded his Brother as Baronet in j made Vice- Ad- 

miral of the . — 3 Third Brother to Earl Temple j Ambassador 

iit Consttintinople ; made a Commissioner lof the Customs ; a new 
Writ ordered; Decembor 1 7, 1765.—^ Son of the Right Honble. 
Jamef <jrrt9Ville, — 5 Vice- Admiral of th* Red. — ^ Admiral of the 
Blue.— 7 Sen of Sir Thomai Frankland, -^^ Admiral of the White % 
died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to th^ Ckrk of the Crown,' 
December iS, 17^4. 



I Died, a new Writ, issued, Jani^iaty 23^ |8o jl^-^-* -Eldest iSon of 
Lord Brayhrooke^ Y a 



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Pari. No. 235. Aldborough- 

11 Rt. Hon. William Pitt ' Andrew Wilkinson, esq.* 
Nathaniel Cholmley, esq, 

12 Nathaniel Cholmley, esq. Andrew Wilkinson, esq.' 

13 Hon. Aubrey Beaucterk.* Andrew Wilkinson, esq.*' 

Henry Earl of Lincoln.* 

14 Charles Wilkinson, esq.' Abel Smith, esq.^ 
William Baker, esq. Hon. William Hanger.* 

15 Sir Richard Sutton, bt.'° Charles Mellish, esq." 
Hon. Edward Onslow." John Galley Knight, esq. 
Sir Samuel B Fludyer, bt 

i6 Richard P. Arden, esq.'' John Galley Knight, esq. ' 

17 Rich. M.TChiswell, esq. John Galley Knight, esq. 

18 R. M. T. Chiswell, esq'* Charles Duncombe, esq. 

1 Charles Dmicombe, esq. John Blackburn, esq. 

2 Charles Duncombe, esq. John Sullivan, esq." 

3 Gilbert Jones, esq. . Henry Fynes, esq. 

' Paymasler- General of the Land Forces; made one of hia Majes- 
ty's Principal Secretaries of State ; a new Writ ordered, December 
4, I7S''. — * Storekeeper of the Ordnance. — 3 Made Storekeeper of 
the Ordnance; a new Writ ordered, December 17, 176^, he was 
re-elected.— 4 Only Son of Lord Ffrc— 5 Made Steward of the Ma- 
nor of East Hendred in the County of Berks ; a new Writ ordered. 
May II, 1772, — f' Eldest Son of the Duke ai Newcaslle.—l Made 
Steward of the three Cbiltern Hunilreds in the County ai Buckingham, 
a new Writ ordered, '777' — ^ Made Steward of the three 

Chiltern Hundreds in the County of Buciingham ; a new Writ order- 
ed, '778- — 9 Brother to Lord CoUraine o^ Ireland ; in this 
Parliament before for East Relford.—<° Made his Election for Sand- 

ivicl); a new Writ issued, November 1, 1780 " Made Steward 

of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County oi Buckingham ; a new 
Writ ordered, January 12, J784. — " Second Son of Lord Onslonu ; 
made Steward of the three Chillern Hundreds in the County of Buck- 
ingham ; a new Writ ordered. May 30, 1781. — '3 Attorney Gene- 
ral to hia Majesty, and Chief Justice of Cbesler ; made Master of the 
Rolls, and knighted -, a new Writ ordered, June 18, 1788, he was 
re-elected, — '4 Died, a new Writ ordered, February 14, 1797- 

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325 



^ Appointed a Commissioner for the Affairs of India j a nejv Writ 
Ordered, February lo, io6, be was re-chosen. 



Pari. No. 236. Beverley. 

1 1 Sir W. Codrington, bt. Wm. JolHfFe TuflFnel, esq. 

12 Michael Newton, esq. Geo. Forster TuflFnel, esq. 
18 Hugh Bethell, esq.* Charles Anderson, esq.' 

Sir Griffith Boynton, bt. 

14 Sir James Penny man, bt. Geo. Forster TuflFnel, esq. 

15 Sir James Penny man, bt. Evelyn Andersoti, esq.^ 

1 6 Sir James Penny man, bt. Sir Christopher Sykes, ^t. 

17 Sir James Pennyman, bt. John Wharton^ esq. 

18 William Tatton, esq. Napier Christie Burton, esq. 
John B. S. Morritt^ esq. 



1 John B. S. Morritt, esq. 

2 John Wharton, esq. 
2 John Wharton, esq. 



Napier ChristieBurton,esq.* 
Napier ChristieBurton, esq. 
Richard Vyse, esq.* 



^ Changed his Name to Peibam this Parliament. — « Died, a new 
Writ ordered, May 14, 1772. — 3 A Lieutenant of Dragoons ; made 
a Lieutenant in the Foot Guards; made a Major of a Regiment of 
Foot.— 4 Died, a new Writ ordered, 22, 1799. 



^ A Major-Gcneral in the Army, and has a Company in the Foot 
Gu3rds; made Colonel of a Battalion in the 6cth Regiment in i8c6. 
— * A General in the Army, and Colonel of a Regiment of Dra- 
goons. 



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Pari. 



No. 237. North AUcrton. 



1 1 Edwin Lascelles, e 

12 Edward Lascelles, 

13 Edward Lascelles, 

14 Henry Pierse, esq. 

1 5 Henry Pierse, esq. 

J 6 Henry Pierse, esq, 

1 7 Henry Pierse, esq. 

18 Henry Pierse, esq. 



sq. Daniel Lascelles, esq.' 
esq * Daniel Lascelles, esq. 
esq.' Daniel Lascelles, esq. 
Daniel Lascelles, esq. 
Daniel Lascelles, esq.^ 
Edwin Lascelles, esq. 
Edwin Lascelles, esq.^ 
Edward Lascelles, esq.* 
Hon. Edward Lasceiles. 



1 Hon. Edward Lascelles." Henry Rerse, esq. 

2 Hon. Edward Lascelles. Henry Pierse, esq. 

3 Hon. Edward Lascelles. Henry Pierse, esq. 

' Brother to the other Member. — » Brother to Edwin and Daniel 
La-iceilcJ. The Barony of Hareviood becorainji extinct on the Death 
of Edwin Lord HareiacoJ, his Majeity was pleased to revive the 
same Title in the Peison ofhis Brother Edward Lascelles, esq. June 
I7q6.— 3 Cousin of £</W«, Edward a.nA Daniel Lascelles ; a Lieu t.- 
Colonel of IJragoons.— 4 Made Steward of the Manor of £flj( Hen- 
drcd \n ihe Qo^nXy o{ Berks ; a new Writ ordered, November 1780. 
— SOn the Dissolution of this Parliament he was created Baron 
Harewood of Harewood in the County of lori. — * Eldest Son of 
Edtuard LascelUs, cstj. created Lord /Jflfftroot/ in 1796. 



} Eldest Son of Lord Harewood. 



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Pak. No. 238. Pontefract. 

11 William Vise. Galway.' Sambrooke Freeman, esq. 

12 William Vise. Galway.* Wm. Ger. Hamilton, esq.* 

13 William Vise. Galway.* Sir Rjwiand Winn, bt.** 
William Vise, Galway.* Henry Strachey, esq. 
Henry Vise. Galway." 

Hon. Robert Monckton.^ 

14 Sir John Goodricke, bt. Charles Mellish, esq. 

15 Robert Vise. Galway." William Nedham, esq. 
Nathaniel Smith, esq.** 

John Smyth, esq.'" 

16 John Smyth, esq. William Sotheron, esq, 

17 John Smyth, esq." William Sotheron, esq. 

18 John Smyth, esq. Robert Vise. Galway. 

1 Rt. Hon. J. Smyth, esq." Robert Vise. Galway." 

2 Rt, Hon. J. Smyth, esq.' Richard Benyon, esq- 

3 Rt. Hon- J. Smyth, esq. Robert Pemb. Milnes, esq. 

I Oilrelandi Receiver of the Crown and Fee Farm Rents for the 
Counties of Northuinberlond and Durham.—-^ Made Chancellor of 
the Exchequer in Ireland; a new Writ ordered, Apiil i8, 1703, he 
was re-elected. — 3 Made Masttr of the Stag Hounds; a new Writ 
ordeied, December 17, 1765. he v.as re-elected. — 4 4 Nut duly 
elected, a new Writ ordered, November 24, 1768. — S Died, ^ new 
Writ ordered, December 1, 1772. — '' Eldest Son of the deceased 
IVIcmber; died 1774. — 7 Uncle to Viscount Gaiwey \ Colonel ofa 
Regiment of Foot ; Governor of Partsmoalh; Lieutenant-Governor 
of No'va Scoiia, and a Lieutenant General, — ^ Made Steward of the 
three Chilurn Hundreds \a \ht ConnXy o{ Buciirigbam; a new Wi it 
ordered, February 8, 1783, he was chosen for Turk City. — 9 Deputy 
Chairman of the Directors of the East India Company ; not AuW 
elected,— "> Son-in law to the Duke ol Graflm ; duly elected, and 
ought to have been returned, — n Made a Commissioner of the Ad- 
miralty, a new Writ ordered, June 8, 1731, he was re-elected; 
made a Commissioner of the Treasury ; a new Writ ordered, May 1, 
J794, he was re-elected. 

Pari. 13. Henry Sirachey, escj. and several of the Burgesses peti- 
tioned. The Petition heard at the Bar ; on the 24th of November 
176S, the House resolved that it was a void Election. 

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Pari, 13. Sir Ko'wland Winn, bart. and Ed-ward Winn, esq. peti- 
tioned against the Election of Viscount Gal-may and Mr Slracbej. 
February 5, 1770, the House resolved that the silting Members wero 
duly elected. 

Pari. 14. Honble. Cbarlci James Fox and James Hare, esq. and 

some of the "Burgesses petiiioned. On the 3d of March 1775, the 
Chairman ot the Committee appointed to try this contested Election, 
reported to the House, thai the sitting Members were duly elected. 

Pari. I J. John Smylh, esq. and seveial of the Burgesses petitioned 
against the Return of Nalbanie/ Smith, esq. April 11, 1783, the 
Chairman of the Committee reported, that the Petitioner was duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned. The Return amended ac- 
cordingly. 

Pari. 16. The Honble. Join Cockayne st^i John Walsh, esq. peti- 
tioned, June ir, 1784, the Chairman of the Committee appointed 
to try this contested Election, reported to the House, that the sitting 
Members were' duly elected. 

Pari. 17. Charles MeHish and John yfnstruther, esq. petitioned. 
March y, 1791. the Chairman of the Committee appointed to try 
this Election, leported to the House, that the sitting Members were 
duly elected ; and the Chairman farther reported, that the Right of 
electing Members to serve in Parliament for the Borough of Ponte- 
fraet was in the Inhabitants, Householders resiant there, May 28, 
J624, April II, 1783, and June 11, 1784. 

Patl, 17. Bcberl Viscount Calvaay, petitioned against the Return 
ofMri'mj'/fi, February 1783, the Chairman of the Committee ap- 
poirted to try this Ptiitjon, found that the Right of Election was in 
the Inhabitanis, Householders resiant. 

Pari. 17. The Merits of the last-mentioned Election was tried. 
On the 13th of March 1793. the Chairman of the Committee reported 
to the House, that the sitting Members were duly elected. 



r Master ard Warden oftteMInt.— ' Of the Kingdom pfA-f/jn/. 




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CIN2UE'P0RTS. 



ParL No- 239. Hastings. 

11 James Pelham, esq.* Andrew Stone, esq.* 

12 Hon. James Brudenell.^ William Ashburnham, esq.* 
IS Samuel Martin, esq.^ William Ashburnham, esq. 

14 Henry, Vt. Palmerston.^ Rt. Hon. C. Jenkinsori.^ 

15 Henry, Vt. Palmerston.* John Ord, esq.' 
i6 John Stanley, esq.'® John Dawes, esq. 

17 John Stanley, esq. Sir Richard P. Arden, kt." 

Robert Dundas, esq.'* 

18 Sir Jas. Saunderson, bt.'^ Nicholas Vansittart, esq. 
WilUam Sturges, esq. 

1 William Sturges, esq. Nicholas Vansittart, esq.* 

2 Sylvester, L. Glenbervie.^ George W. Gunning, esq. 

3 Sir Wm. Middleton, bt. Sir John NichoU, kt.* 



* Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain (Duke of Grafton). — » Se- 
cretary to the Prince of Wales ; Secretary to the Island of Barbadoes^ 
ftnd a Comtntssioner of Trade and Plantations. — » Brother to the Earl 
.of Cardigan^ Master of the Rolls to his Majesty.— 4 Son of the Bi- 
shop of Chichester, — 5 Treasurer to the Princess Dowager of Wales, 
— ^ A Commissioner of th# Admiralty. — 7 One of the Vice-Treasur- 
ers of Ireland 'y made Clerk' of the Pells in Ireland \ a new Writ or- 
deredy October 27, 1775, he was re-elected. — ^ Made a Commis- 
sioner of the Treasury j a new Writ ordered, December 1777, he 
was re-elected. — 9 Attorney-General of the Duchy Court of Lan- 
icaster^ and a Master in Chancery. — ^ Attorney-General to the King 
for the Leeward Islands, — ^^ Master of the Rolls ; made Steward of 
ihe three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham \ a new 
Writ ordered, May 2, 1794. — " Son of the Member for the City 
fA Edinburgh, — '3 An Alderman of London j died, a new Writ or- 
jderedy June 26, 1798. 

Pari. 16. Sir Godfrey Webster^ bart. and Stephen Lusb^ngton^ esq. 
petitioned. 



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It Secretary to the Treasury, — ' Of Ireland ; Joiat Paymaster- 
■Getieial ; appointed Survey ar-General of his Majesty's Woods and 
fParks; a new Writ ordered, Febroiry 3, 1803.— 3 King's Advo- 
leral, and Official to the Archdeacon oi Middleiex aod Zon- 



No. 240. Dover. 



1 1 Lord George Sackville.' 



12 Hon. Sir J. Yorke, KB. 



13 Hon. Sir J. Yorke, kb. 



14 John Henniker, esq. 

15 John Henniker, esq." 

16 Robert Preston, esq.'* 

17 Charles S. Pybus, esq." 

18 Charles S. Pybus, esq.'' 



William Cayley, esq." 
Peter Burrell, esq.^ 
Hugh Valence Jones, esq.* 
Sir lidward Simpson, kt.' 
Sir Edward Simpson, kt.' 
John Marquis of Lorn.' 
John Bindley, esq. 
George, Vise. Villiers.* 
Sir Thomas P. Hales, kt.'°^ 
Thomas Barrett, esq. 
John Trevanion, esq. 
John Trevanion, esq. 
Hon. James Luttrell, esq."^" 
John Trevanion, esq. 
John Trevanion, esq. 
John Trevanion, esq. 



1 Charles S. Pybus, esq.' John Trevanion, esq. 

2 Spencer Smith, esq.' John Trevanion, esq. 

3 Charles Jeiikinson, esq. John Jackson, esq. 



'Third Son oithe Duke ai Dorset ; Colonel of a Refiimi 
Hotse ■, Clerk of the Privy Council in ireiand. and Rang 
the Pbanix Pari, near Dab/t'n ,- made a Major-General in the Ar«J 
in 1755 ; made Lieutenant-General of ihe Ordnance in fj^y ; ma''' 
a Lieutenant-Gencial in the Aimv, and Master- General of the Off- 
nance ill 1758 — ' Made a Coinmisf.Joner of Excise ; a new Wiit i 
dered, April i2. (755 — 3 Died, a new Writ ordered, April! 
I75fi._4 Made a Commissioner of the Revenue in [re/anJ ; a m 
Writ ordered, June i, 1759. — 5 Dean of the Arches Court of Ce'- 

irrbary '• 



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tirhuryi Judge of the Cinque-Ports^ and Master of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, — ^ Fourth Son of the Earl of Hardwicke ; Colonel of a 
Regiment of Dragoons \ Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotcn* 
tiary to the States- GeneraL*-<i>7 Died, a new Writ ordered, January 
10, 1765.—^ Eldest Son of the Duke of Argyle ; Colonel of a Re- 
giment of Dragoons, and a Major-General ; made Colonel of the ist 
or Royal Regiment of Foot, 1756 j created Baron Sundridge of 
Coomb Bank in the County of Surrey ; a new Writ ordered, Dec, 
16, 1766. — 9 Only Son of the Earl oi Jersey ; Vice- Chamberlain of 
his Majesty's Household 5 sudceeded as Earl of Jersey ; a new Writ 
ordered, January 10, 1770.—^° Died, a new Writ ordered, March 
53, 1773. — ^' Succeeded bis Father-in-law, Sit John Major, as Baro- 
net in , — 1» A Director of the East India Company j one of the 
Elder Brethren of the Trinity House, and a Director of Greenwich 
Hospital, — 13 Fourth Son of the Earl of Carbampton in Ireland \ a 
Captain in the Navy, and Surveyor-General of tbe Ordnance \ died, 
a new Writ ordered, December 1788.^^4 Made a Commissioner of 
the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, June 8, 1791, he was re-elect- 
ed. — 15 Made a Commissioner of the Treasury j a new Writ ordered, 
July 19, 1797. 

Pari. 13. Jobn Trevanion, esq. and several of the Electors peti- 
tioned against the Election of Sir Thomas Fym Haies^ bart. The, 
Atting Member found duly elected, 1770. 



» A. Lord of the Treasury.—* Envoy at the Cdurt of the Elector 
of Wirlemburg^ 



Parliamentary register. 



Pari. No. 241. Sandwich. 

1 1 John Cleveland, esq.' Claudius Amyand, esq.* 

Henry, Vt. Conyngham.' 

12 George Hay, ll.d.* Henry, Vt. Conyngham. 

13 Philip Stephens, esq.^ Henry, Vt. Conyngham. 

14 Philip Stephens, esq. "Williani Hay, esq.* 

Charles Brett, esq.' 

15 Philip Stephens, esq. Sir Richard Sutton, bt.* 

16 Philip Stephens, esq. Charles Brett, esq." 
37 Philip Stephens, esq.'° Sir Horace Mann kt."' 
18 Sir Philip Stephens, bt. Sir Horace Mann, bt. 



1 Sir Philip Stephens, bt.' Sir Horace Mann, kt. 

2 Sir Phihp Stephens, bt. Sir Horace Mann, kl, 

3 T. F. Freemantle, esq.* Sir Horace Mann, kt. 



I Secretaty to the Admiralty. — ^ Under Secretary to the Earl oi 

Hoidernetie, one ofhis Majesty's Principal .Secretaries of State, and . — 

Keeper of the King's Libraries ; made a Commissioner of the Cm — 

loms ; a new Writ ordered, December 2, 1756. — 3 Of Ireland. 

4 A Commissioner of the Admiralty ; Official Principal of tb i " 

Arches Court of CflB/friur)'; Vicar-General to the Archbishop o^^S 

Canterbury, and Chancellor of the Diocese of H^or«j/fr,—i Secre- 

tary to the Admiralty, and to the Charity for the Benefit of Sea^ 

officers Widows. — * Made a Commissioner of the Customs; a nei^^ 
■Writ ordered, 17/6. — ^ Before in this Parliament for Leii — 

ivilbiei. — S A Commissioner of the Treasury. — 5 A Commissioner ^^i 
the Admiralty, — '° Made a Commissioner of the Admiralty; a ne*'*' 
"Writ ordered. March z, 1795, he was re elected ; created a Karo- 
net oiGreai Britain, March 13, 1795 ; succeeded bis Uncle as Bw 



I One ofthe Commissioners of the Board of Admiralty— » A Csp- 
tain in the Navy, and one ofthe Commissioners ofthe Board of Ad- 
miralty, 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 333 

Pari, No. 242. Hi/eth. 

II William Glanville, esq. Sir Thomas Hales, bt.' 
32 William Glanville, esq * Lord George Sickville.' 
William Amherst, esq.* 

13 William Evelyn, esq.^ John Sawbridge, esq * 

14 William Evelyn, esq.^ Sir Charles Farnaby, bt. 
35 William Evelyn, esq. Sir Charles Farnaby, bt.' 

16 William Evelyn, esq. Sir Charles F. Radcliffe, bt. 

17 William Evelyn, esq- Sir Charles F. Radcliffe, bt. 

15 William Evelyn, esq. Sir Charles F. Radcliffe, bf* 

Hon. Charles Marsham. 



1 Charles, Vt. Marsham.' William Evelyn, esq. 

2 Matthew White, esq.* Thomas Godfrey, esq. 

3 Charles, Vt. Marsham.' Thomas Godfrey, esq- 

• A Clerk of the Board of Green Cloth.— ^ Died, a new Writ or- 
dered, November i8, 1766.— 3 Third Son of the Duke of Dorset % 
Cletk of the Council in Ire/aaiJ. and Keeper of the PAcffl/w Pari near 
Dublin; made one of the Vice-Treasurers of heland i a new Writ 
ordered, December 18, 1765, he was re-elected ; changed his Name 
to Germainr, Febtaary 16, 1770. — 4- Brother to Sir Jeffrey Amherst, 
K. B. ; has a Company in the Foot Guards, and Aide du-Camp to 
the King.— 5 Son of William Glanville, t^>\. the lute Member — 
6 Chosen an Alderman of the City of LanJon in 1769.— 7 Captain of 
Wolmer Cattle.—^ Changed his Name to RadcHfe in 178.^—9 Died, 
a new Writ ordered, November 21, 1798. — ^° 'aaa oi LoiA Romaey. 



» Only Son of the Earl of Romitey. — ' A Merchant in London, — 
3 Bein^ likewise elected one of the Members for the County, he 
»ade choice to represent that a new Writ ordered, January ^, 1S07. 



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Pari. No. 243. New Rohiticj/. 

1 1 Sir Fras. Dashwood, bt. Henry Furnesse, esq." 

Rose Fuller, esq. 

12 Sir Edward Deering, esq. Thomas Knight, jun. esq; 

Richard Jackson, esq.^ 

13 Sir Edw. Deering, bt.* 
John Moreton, esq.* Richard Jackson, esq. 

14 Sir Edw. Deering, bt. Richard Jackson, esq.* 

15 Sir Edw. Deering, bt. John Smith, esq." 

16 Sir Edward Deering, bt.^ Richard Atkinson, esq.' 
Richard J. Sullivan, esq. John Henniker, esq. 

Sir Elijah Impey, kt. 

17 Richard J. Sullivan, esq, John Willet Willet, esq. 

18 John Fordyce, esq. 

1 John Fordyce, esq. John Willet Willet, esq. | 

2 Manasseh Lopez, esq.' John J. Willet, esq. 

3 Rt. Hon. W.Windham.' JohnPerring, esq.' 

* Made a Commissioner of the Treasury ; a new Writ ordered, * 

December 21, 1751;, he was reelected ; died, a new Writ ordered, ^ 

December 17^6.— ^ Made Steward of the three Chillern BunJredi ,^ 

in the County of Baciingham ; a new Writ ordered, Feb. 27, 177°- J^ 

—3 One of the King's Counsellors at Law, and Counsel lo the Board ^^ 
of Trade and Plantations. — + Chief Justice o{ Cbeiler ; in the foimer ' 

part of this Parliament for Abingdon.—^ Made a Commissioner of *^ 
the Treasury ; a new Writ ordered, July 8, 1782, he was re-elect- 
ed—O Solicitor Xo \S\.e. Eau India Company; made Steward of the ^-^ 
three Cbillern Hundreds in the County o^ Buckingham ; a new Writ ^ 
ordered, June 9. 1784.— 7 A Merchant in London, and a Director -»■" 
of the F.asi Mia Company ; died, a new Writ ordered, 
1785.— 8 Made Steward of the three ChUiern Hundreds in the Coob- ^-*='' 
ly of Bufkingbam ; a new Writ orderedj January 23, l?^?- 



'Created a Baronet, October 8, 1S05. — * One of His Majestj'e * 
Piincipal Sccreuiisi of State, — 3 An Alderinaii of Londoa. 



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Pad. No. 244. Rye. 

1 1 Phillips Gibbon, esq. George Onslow, esq. 

12 Phillips Gibbon, esq.' John Bentinck, esq.' 
John Norris, esq. 

JS John Norris, esq. Rose Fuller, esq. 

14 Middleton Onslow, esq.' Rose Fuller, esq.* 
Hon. Thomas Onslow.* WilHam Dickenson, esq. 

15 Hon. Thomas Onslow. William Dickenson, esq. 

16 Rt.Hon.C.W.Cornwall.'^ William Dickenson, esq. 
Charles Long, esq.'' 

17 Charles Long, esq. Hon. R. B. Jenkinson.' 

18 Robert Dundas, esq.* Robert, Ld- Hawkesbury. 

1 John, Ld. de Blaquiere.* Robert, Ld. Hawk'sbury.' 
The. Davies Lamb, esq,* Robert, Ld Hawkesbury.* 

2 Hon. Sir A. Wellesley.* Sir Charles Talbot, bt. 

3 Patrick C. Bruce, esq. Michael Ang. Taylor, esq. 

> A Captain in the Navy. — * Died, a new Writ ordered, March 
15, 1762. — 3 Made Steward of the Manor oi Egit Hendred'm the 

Connty of BerKi ; a new Writ ordered, 177J. — 4 Died, a 

new Writ ordered. May 8, 1777-— ^ Eldest Son of Lord Oni/oW 
and Crau/y.—S Chief Justice in Eyre. North of Trent; chosen 
Speaker to this Parliament ; died, a new Writ ordered, January 17S9. 
—7 Joint Secretary to the Treasury. — ^ Eldest Son of Lord Hrtioiw- 
tury ; created Earl of Liverpool in 1796 ; made a Commissioner of 
the Board for the Management of the Affairs in the East Mies.— 

. S Son of the Right Honble. Henry Dundas ; took the Name of Saua- 

I dtri in 1796. 

• Eldest Son of the Earl of Uverpoo!.—-' Of the Kingdom of Ire- 
land i Alna^cr of Ireland. — 3 One of the Principal Secretaries of 
State; called up to the House oF Peers as Barou Maviteibiiry oE 
Hawkeibury, in the County of GlouceHer; a new Writ ordered, 
November 24, 1803.— 4 Made Steward of the three Chillern Hun- 
dreds ; !i new Writ ordered, March 17, iSo6,—S Brother to Mar- 
qui! Weilesiev i a Mai or- Genera! ; Colonel of the 3,^d Regiment of 
, Foot, and a K, B. 




338 PARLIAMENTAUT RtOISTBU 



Pari. No. 245. Winchelsea. 

11 Thomas O. Hunter, esq,' Arnold Nesfcitt, esq* 
George Gray, esq.* 

Thomas O. Hunter, esq. 

12 Thomas O. Hunter, esq-^ Percy, Earl of Thomond.^ 

Thomas Sewell, esq.* 

13 Thomas O. Hunter, esq.^ Percy, Earl ofThomond/ 
Arnold Nesbitt, esq. ' William Nedham, esq. 

1 4 Arnold Nesbitt, esq.^ Chas. W. Cornwall, esq.^ 
William Nedham, esq. 

1 5 John Nesbitt, esq. Chas. W. Cornwall, esq. 

1 6 John Nesbitt, esq. William Nedham, esq. 

17 William, Vt. Barnard." Richard Barwell, esq. 
Sir Fred. F. Vane, bt.'* 
John H. Addington, esq. 

i8 William Currie, esq. Richard Barwell, esq."* 

William Devaynes, esq. 

1 William Currie, esq. William Devaynes, esq* 

2 Robert Ladbroke, esq." William Moffisitt, esq. 

3 Sir Fred. F. Vane, bt. Calverly Bewicke, esq. 



i» 



' Made a Commissioner of the Admiralty j a r\t^ Writ ordered, 
December 2, 1756, he was re-elected •, again appointed to the same 
Office •, a new Writ ordered, July i, 1757* he was re-elected; made 
Superintendant or Director 01 Forage, Provisions, Necessaries, and 
Extraordinaries for the Army under the command of Prince Ferdi^ 
nand'oi Brunswick ; a new Writ ordered, January 19, 1759.— • 
* Brother to Sir James Gray, bart.; a Lieutenant- Colonel in the 
Horse Guards; made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot ; made Steward 
of the Manor of O/d Shoreham in the County oi Sussex ; a new Writ 
ordered, March 31, 1760. — 3 Of Ireland \ Brother to the Earl of 
Egremont ; made CoflFerer of his Majesty's Household ; a new Writ 
ordered, November 28, 1761, he was- elected for Minebead.'^^ 
4 Made Master of the Rolls; a new Writ ordered, Jan. 10, 1765, 
he was re-elected.— 5 Made a Commissioner of the Treasury, a new 
Writ ordered, April 18, 1763, he was re-elected.— <^ Died, a new 
Writ ordered^ January 10, 1770.— 7Died, and the Speaker issued 

his 



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his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, . '774» 

^-8 Made his Election for Crichlade\ a new Writ ordered, Feb. 21, 
1775.— 9 A Commissioner of the Treasury, and on the dissolution of 
this Parliament made Chief Justice in Eyre^ North of Tr^u;.— '^ 
Chosen Speaker of this Parliament.-4-ii Only Son of the Earl of 
Darlington y to whose Peerage he succeeded in ^ and the Speaker 
issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the Grown for a new Writ, Oct. 
9, 1792*—" Made Steward of the Manor of East Hendred in the 
County of Berks \, he was. qhosen ibr the City of Durbam.-^'^S Made 
Steward of the Manor of East Hendred in the County of Berks ^ a 
new Writ ordered, November 29, 1796, 

Pari. 13. Sir Thomas Sewell^ knt. and Richard Burton Philipson^ 
esq. petitioned, but afterwards requested leave to withdraw it, to' 
which the House agreed. 



< A Banker in London^ 



[vol. II.] 



^'^^ PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 

^''''^- No. 246. Seaford. '" 

1 1 Hon. Wra. Hall Gage." William Hay, eaq.* 

James Peachey, esq.* 

12 \V. Hall, Vise. Gage.* James Peachey, esq. 

13 AV. Hall, Vise. Gage. George Medley, esq. 
1* W. Hall, Vise. Gage. George Medley, esq. 

15 John Robinson, esq.' John Durand, esq. 
Christ. D'Oyley, esq. 

16 Henry, Vise Neville.* Sir Peter Parker, bt.'- 
Sir John Henderson, bt.* Sir Peter Parker, bt.' 
Sir John Henderson, bt.* Sir Peter Parker, bt.** 
Rt. Hon. Henry Flood.'* Sir Godfrey Webster, t 

17 John Sargent, esq." Richard P. Jodrell, esq 
Richard P. Jodrell, esq. John Tarleton, esq.'^ 

18 Charles Rose Ellis, esq. George ElHs, esq. 

1 Charles Rose Ellis, esq. George Ellis, esq. 

2 Charles Rose Ellis, esq. Richard J. Sullivan, est 

John Leach, esq. 

3 George Hibbert, esq. John Leach, esq. 

f Eldest Son of Viscount Gage aUreianJ ; succeeded his Fatb 
Viscount Gir^ff in 1754; made Paymaster of Pensions; a new 1 
ordered, December 22, 175;, he was re-elected.— ' Died, a 
Writ ordered, November 14, 1755.— 3 Made a Groom of hi* 
jesty's Bedchamber ; a new Writ ordered, November 36, V 
lie was re-elected — 4 Made Paymaster of Peniions ; a new VVril 
dered, December 17. r;6i, he vras reelected, On the Dissolu 
of this Parliament he was created Baron Gage of Firle in the Cot 
of Suisex-, Under Secretary to Lord George Germaine, one 01 
Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State.— S Made his Electioi 
Harwich; a new Writ ordered, November 2, 1780.—'' Eldest 
of the Earl of AbergaiienTty, made Steward of the three CA«i 
Huntli-ed^ in the County of Buci/n^Aam ; he was afterwards ele. 
for the Court? of Monmoulh ; found not duly elected.— 7 Vice- 
miial of the White \ found not duly elected ; a new Writ orde 
Mav 21 1784.—* ^ Their Election declared void, a new Writ 
dered. ' 1785.— 9 9 Not duly elected.— 'o 10 Duly etec 

Rud ought to have been returned. — " Duly elected ; made Clctl 
the Onlianc- ; a new Writ ordered, January 23. 1794, he 
elected for ^w^rnioroi^jA.— " Not duly elected.— '3 Duly eled 
ind ought to have been returned. 



Pari. 12. George Medley and James Evelyn^ esq. petitioned; The 
same was tried at the Bar of tke Hauae, and on the 15th of December 
1 76 c 9 the sitting Members were declared duly elected. 

Pari. 14. Stephen Sayre and Cbetwood^ esq. tof(ether With 

some of the Electors, petitioned. l*he Committee found the stting 
Members duly elected, 1775. 

ParL 15. John Moleiworib^ esq. petitioned ajrainst Mr D^OyUy^f 
Retttm, but for the Reasons assigned in the Petition the House re- 
jected it, 1781. 

ParL 16. The Honble. Thomas IVatsoti and Tbomai Akiesley, esq. 
petitioned y renewed the 26 Sesiion, when it was trfed, and on the 
2ist of March 1785, the Chairman of the Committee reported to the 
Hoase^ that it was a void Election. 

Pari. 16. The Right Honble. Henry Flood, aAd Sir tiodfrey Web- 
jieTt bart. petitioned against the Return of Sir John Henderson and 
Sir Pefer Parker^ barts. The Chairman of the Committee that tried 
this contested Election, found that the Petitioners #ere duly elected; 
and ought to have been returned; and that the sitting Members 
were nod duly elected, and ought not to have been returned. The 
Return amended accordingly. 

Pari. 17. Sir Godfrey Webster, bart. and John Tarletoni esq. pe- 
titioned ^ renewed the 2d Session. On the 19th of MarcE I79^> the 
Chainuaa of the Committee that tried this contested Election, re* 
jKHTtedtothe House, that John Sargent, esq. one of the' Atting Mem- 
berSy was duly elected j that Richard Paul Jordell, one of the sit- 
ting Members, was not duly elected, and ought not to have been re- 
turned \ and that John Tarleton^ esq. one of the Petitioners, was 
duly elected, and ought to have been returned. 

ftirl. 17. Sir Godfrey Webster, bart. and sonwi Electors petitioned 
the House on the Merits* of the Right of Election for the Town and 
Pbit of Seaford in the County of Sussex, The Chairman of the 
Conmittee appointed to.try the Merits of the Right of this Election, 
reported to the House on the X9th of February 1795, that the Right 
of Election for the Town and Poii: of Seaford, according at the same 
was decided by the last Determination of the House of Commons oH 
the loth of February 1670, is in the Populacy, or according to the 
Interpretation of the Word by the Resolutions of the said House, on 
the 15th of December I76r, in the Inhabitants, Housekeepers, of the 
said Town and Port,^ paying Scot and Lot, and in suth Inhabitants, 
Housekeepers, only. 

' Created a Batonet| April 12, 1804.'—* Dicd^ a r.ew WVit or- 
dered, July 1806. 

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WALES. 



Pari. Ko. 247. Anglesea County. 

1 1 Sir Nicholas Bayley, bt. 

12 Owen Merrick, esq.' 

13 Owen Merrick, esq.* 
Sir Nicholas Bayly, bt. 

14. Thomas James, Vise. Bulkeley.' 

15 Thomas James, Vise. Bulkeley/ 

16 Nicholas Bayley, esq.* 

17 Hon. William Paget.^ 
Hon. Arthur Paget.^ 

J 8 Hon. Arthur Paget, 

1 Hon. Arthur Paget. 

2 Hon. Sir Arthur Paget, kb/ 

3 Right Hdnble. Sir Arthur Paget, kb^ 

= : ■■ ' ' » 

' Custos Rotuiorum of this County; — * Died, a new Writ ordered, 
March 13, 1770.— 3 Of Ire/and } made Lord Lieutenant and Custos 
RoiN/orum oiihe County of Carnarvon, — 4 On the Dissolution of this 
Parliament he was created fiaron Bulheley of Beaumaris^ in the 
County of Anglesey. — 5 Brother to the Earl of TJxbridge, — ^ Second 
Son of the Earl of JJxhridge ; a Captain in the Navy ; died at Giif 
r altar of the Wounds he received in a Fight with a large French Fri- 
gate, which he took : the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk 
of the Crown for a new Writ, October 1794. — 7 Fourth Son of the 
^?ix\ oiUxbridge ; Secretary of Legation at the Court oi Berlin, 



I Second Son of the Earl of Uxbridge; Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary to the Court o{ Vienna', sworn of his Ma^ 
jcsty's Most Honourable Privy Council. 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



Pari. No. 248. Beaumaris. 

1 1 Richard Pryce, esq. 

12 Richard Pryce, esq. 

13 Sir Hugh Williams, bt.' 

14 Sir Hugh Williams, bt. 

15 Sir George Warren, kb.* 

16 Hon. Hugh Fortescue.^ 
Sir Hugh Williams, bt.* 

17 Sir Hugh Williams, bt.^ 

Sir Watlcin Williams Wymie, bt. 

18 Thomas, Lord Newborough. 

1 Thomas, Lord Newborough.' 

2 Thomas, Lord Newborough. 

3 Thomas, Lord Newborough. 

' A Lieutenant-Colonel in the Atmy, and Step Father to Viscount 
Bulkeley.—^ Father-in-law to Viscount Bulteley.-^ Eldest Son of 
JLord ForUicue, on whose Death he succeeded to the Peerage, a new 
Writ ordered, July 1 1, 1785. — 4 Died, and the Speaker issued hia 
Warrant to the Cleik of the Crown for a new Writ, September 1794. 
—5 Lord Lieul:ena.nt and Cusloi Roliilorum of the County of Meria. 
3ietb, and Colonel of the Regiment of Ancient Britons. Fencible 
Infantry ; made Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotnhrum of the Cwn- 
%j oi Denbigh; made Steward of his Majesty's Lordships of Brom- 
JieidzaA Gale in the County of Denbigh ; a new Wiit ordered, Dec. 
34, 1795, he was re-elected. 



* Of the Kingdom oi Ireland, 



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dm ^A^iAAm^TAViTf «L£atfT9l|f 



Pari: No^ 2^9. Brecon Ceu^fi/. 

1 1 Thomas Morgan, esq.' 

12 Thomas Morgan, esq. 

13 Thomas Morgan, esq.* 
Charles Morgan, esq.^ 

14 Charles Morgan, esq. 

1 5 Charles Morgan, esq. 

16 Charles Morgan, esq.^ 
Sir Charles Gould, kt.* 

17 Sir Charles Gould, bt. 

18 Sir Charles Morgan, bt. 



\ Sir Charles Morgan, bt. i^^.p/ 

g Right Honble. Sir Charles Morgan, |]|tf hh^Vff 

S Thomas Wood, esq. 



' .' _ 'jg 



< X«or4 iiieuteiiant and Custot R&taiormu of the Countiet o£ Brecotf 
and Monmoutbj and Advocate-General to his M^esty*s Land For- 
ces.— ^ Died/ a new Writ ordered, April 20, I7$9.-^ Second Son 
of the deceased Bilember ; in this Parliament before for the Town of 
Brecon,'-^ Died,' a new Writ ordered. May I7^7.-—S Judee Advo- 
cate* General to the Army, and Chancellor of the Diocese c3 Ssrttm ; 
created a Baronet of Greai Britain^ and obtained his Majesty^ An- 
thority to assume the Name of Morgan in August 1792.' 



? Judge Advocate-General to the Army. 



Parliament A1.Y aecisTER. 



Pari. No. 250. Brecon Toim. 

n Thomas Morgan, jun. esq.' 

12 Thomas Morgan, jun. esq.' 
Charles Morgan, esq.^ 

13 Charles Morgan, esq. 
John Morgan, esq.* 
Charles Van, esq. 

14 Charles Van, esq.' 
Charles Gould, esq.* 

15 Sir Charles Gould, kt. 

16 Sir Charles Gould, kt.' 
Charles Gould, esq-* 

17 Charles Gould, esq. 

18 Charles Gould, esq." 

Sir Robert Salusbury, bt. 

I Sir Robert Salusbury, bt. 
3 Sir Robert Salusbury, bt. 
3 Sir Robert Salusbury, bt. 

^ Eldest Son of tlie Member for the County. — * Made Steward of 
the Manor of Old Sborebam in the County of Sussex ; a new Writ 
ordered, November ij, 1763, he was elected for the County of 
JUonmoaih. — 3 Second Sod of the Membec for the County ; a Lieu- 
tenant in the Foot Guards ; made bteward of the Manor of Eaji 
Mendrcd \i\. iht County ai Berks ; a new Writ ordered, April 29, 
1769, he was elected for the County. — 4 Second Son of Thomas 
Morgan, esq. Member forthe County ; made Steward of the Manor 
df Eosl Uendred in the County of Berks ; a new Writ ordered, Jan, 
31, 1771, he was elected for the County of Monmautb. — 5 Died, a 
Hew Writ ordered. April g, 1778. — ''Judge Advocate General to 
the Land Forces ; he was knighted in 1778 ; made Chamberlain of 
the Town and Borough of Brecon, and Counties of Brecon. Radnor, 
and Glamorgan. — 7 Made Steward ol the three Chillern Hundreds in 
the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ ordertd, May 1787, he wa? 
electid for the County, — S Son of t^e late Member ; has a Company 
in the Foot Guards. — 9 Made his Election for the County of Man- 
moutb'j anew Writ ordered, October 21. 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



Pari. No. 251. Cardigan Coiinly. 

1 1 John Lloyd, esq.' 

William Vaughan, esq. 
i2 John Pugh Pryce, esq. 
3 3 Wilmot, Viscount Lisbume.* 
14 Wilmot, Viscount Lisbume.' 
iJW^ilmot, Earl ofLisburne. 

16 Wilmot, Earl ofLisburne. 

17 Wilmot, Earl ofLisburne. 

1 8 Thomas Johnes, esq. 



1 Thomas Johnes, esq.' 

2 Thomas Johnes, esq. 

3 Thomas Johnes, esq. 



I Died, a new Writ ordered, November 13, 17J5.— i Oilrelonii-, 
Lord Lieutenant nnd Cusiai Rotuioram of this Count; ; made a Co^' 
jnisaioner of Tiade and Plantations ; a new Writ ordered, December 
21, 1768, he was re-elected ; made a Commissioner of the Admiral- 
ty i a new Writ ordered, Febiuary 21, i^yo, he was le'Clected. — 
3 Created Earl of iuiar/jr, July 16, 1776. 



• Auditor of the Land-Reveuue for Wahi, 



J 



Parliamentary register. 

Pari. No, 252. Cardisan Toxtiu 

1 1 John Symmons, esq. 

12 Herbert Lloyd, esq.' 

13 Pryce Campbell, esq.* 
Ralph Congreve, esq. 

14 Sir Robert Smith, hart.' 
Thomas Johnes, jun. esq.' 
John Campbell, esq. 

15 John Campbell, esq. 

1 6 John Campbell, esq. 

17 John Campbell, esq.* 
IS Honble. John Vaughan.* 

1 Honble. John Vaughan." 

2 Honble. John Vaughan. 

3 Honble. John Vaughan. 



> Created a Baronet of Grra/ BriVdM, April I^, Ijfi^. — = Made a 
Commissioneir of the Treasury ; a new Wril: ordered, Novembei' i:, 
1766 ; died, a new Writ ordered, December 19, 1768.— 3 Not duly 
elected. — 4 Duly elected, and ouglu to have been returned j made 
Steward of the Manor of Eatt Hendrea in the County ol Berts ; a new 
Writ ordered, June 1780, he was elected for the County oS Radnor, 
— ^ On the Dissolution of this Parliament, he was created Lord 
Cawdor of Casllemariin in the County of Pembroke. — * Second bon 
of the Eatl of Lisburne. 

Pail. 13. Sir Herberl L/ojd, bait, petitioned against the Election 
pf Mr Congreve, 

Pari. 14. Ihomai "jobnei, jun. esq, petitioned against the Election 
of Sir Robert timirb, bart. The Chairman of the Coramitiee ap- 
pointed to try this contested Election, reported to the House, that 
the Petitioner was duly elected, and oufiht to have been returned : 
that the sitting Member was not duly elected : the Return amend- 
ed accordingly, 1775. 



■ Brotliet to the Eatl of Liiburne ; a Lieutenant-Colonel in the 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 



Pari. No. 253. Carmarlhen Covnitj. 

1 1 George Rice, esq. 

12 George Rice, esq.' 

13 George Rice, esq.* 

14 George Rice, esq.^ 
John Vaughan, esq. 

15 John Vaughan, esq. 

16 Sir WiUiam Mansell, bart. 

17 Hon. John Talbot Rice.* 
James Hatnlyn, esq.' 

18 Sir James Hamlyn, bart. 

1 Sir James Hamlyn, bart. 

2 James Hamlyn Williams, esq.', 

3 Sir WllUam Paxton, kt. 



• Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rolulorum of this County ; a Com- 
missioner of Trade and Plantations, and Chamberlain of the Counties 
oi Brecon, Raifnar, and Glamorgan, and also of the Town and Bo- 
rough of Brffcon,—' Made Treasurer of the Chamber, and a Privj- 
Counscllor ; anew Writ ordered, April 12, 1770, he was re-elected. 
—3 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant for a new Writ to the 
Clerk of the Crown, August 20, 1771) — (Eldest Son of Baroness 
Dynevor ; succeeded to the Peerage oa her Death ; a new Writ or- 
dered, March 2i, 1795. 

t Only Son of the late Member, 



PARI-IAMENTARV REGISTER. 



Pari. No. 254. Carmarthen Town. 



11 Griffith Phillips, esq. 

12 Ralph, Earl Verney.' 

13 Griffith Phillips, esq. 

14 John Adams, esq. 

15 George Phillips, esq. 

16 John George Phillips, esq. 
i7 John George Phillips, esq. 

18 Magens Dorien Magens, esq.* 
John George Phillips, esq.* 



1 John George Phillips, esq. 

2 John George Phillips, esq.' 
Sir Wilham Paxton, kl. 

3 George Campbell, esq.* 



■ Of Ireland. — s [Jot duly elected. — 3 Duly elected, and ought t« 
have been returned. 

Pari. II. Sit "jahn Snpney^ bart. petitioned j renewed 2d Session. 
On the 2dflf February 1756, he requested leave to ivicbdraw it, W 
which the House agreed. 

Pad. 13. Joseph Bullock, esq. petitioned ^ renewed zd Session. 
The same having been heard at tee Bar of the House, on the 8th of 
March 1773, the House resolved that the sitting Member was duly 

Pari. i8. John George ¥hiUips, esq. petitioned. The Chairman 
pf the Committee that tried this contested Election, reported tn the 
House, that the Petitioner, John George Phillips, esq. was duly elect- 
ed, and ought to have been returned; and that the sitting Member 
was not duly elected. The Return amended accordingly, November 
7, 1796.' 



• Made Steward of the three ChUtern Hundreds j a new Writ or* 
dered, December 19, 1803.—* Brother to Lord Cawdor ; a Vicfl- 
Admiral of the Blue. 



S4ft PARLIAME 

Pari. Xo. 255. ( 

1 1 Sir John Wynn, bart. 

12 Thomas Wynn, esq.* 

13 i homas Wynn, esq. 

14 Thomas Asheton Saiii 

15 John Party, esq.^ 

16 John Parry, esq. 

17 Robert Williams, esq 

18 Sir Robert Williams, 

1 Sir Robert Williams, 

2 Sir Robert Williams, 

3 Sir Robert Williams, 


NTARY REGISTER. 

'Carnarvon County. 
th, esq. 


■ 








bart. 




bart. 
bart. 




bart. 




' Surveyor-General of his Majesty's Mines in Wa/es. and Treasi 
to C6e/«fl Hosfiila/.—i Eldest bon of Sir >in «->«/( ; Lo.d Li 
tenant of this County; made Auditor of the Land Revenue 
Wa/en succeeded his Father as Baronet in 1773, and in 177(1 1 
created Lord Newborougb in Ireloiui — 3 Attorney-Genera! foriVc 
Walet Circuit, and Constable of Conway CastU.—'i Eldest Hon 
Sir livgb Williams, bart. i has a Company in the Foot Guards ; s 
cetded his Father as fiaconet in September 1794. 


for 
was 
r/i 
of 















VARLIAMENTARY REGISTER* ^49 



ParL No. 256. Carnarvon Town. 

1 1 Sir William Wynn, kt." 
Robert Wynn, esq. 

12 Sir John Wynn, bart.* 

1 3 Glynn Wynn, . esq.^ 

14 Glynn Wynn, esq. 

15 Glynn Wynn, esq.* ' 
i6 Glynn Wynn, esq. 

17 Henry Lord Paget.* ^ 

18 Honble. Edward Paget. 



1 Honble. Edward Paget.' 

2 Honble. Edward Paget. 

3 Hdnble. Charles Paget. 



'Died, a new Writ ordered, December 2, 1754— * Surveyor- 
General of his Majesty's Mines in Wales ^ and Treasurer to Cbeisea 
Hotpital.^^3 Second Son of Sir John Wyttn^ bart. ; has a Company 
jn the Foot Guards. — 4 Made Receiver-General of the King's Q^uit 
Rents in North Wales ; a new Writ ordered, July 5, 1 781, he was 
re-elected.<— 5 Eldest Son of the Earl of Vxbridge ; made Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel-Commandant of a Regiment to be forthwith raised \ si 
new Writ ordered, January 28, 1795, he was re-elected. 



Pari. 1 6. Thomas Lord iVifttr^oro//^^ petitioned. 



' Third Son of the Earl o^Uxbridge\ a Major- General, and Lieu- 
tenant Colonel of the 28th Regiment of Foot. — * Fifth Son of the 
Earl of Uxbridge » a Captain in the Navy. 



S50 t'ARLIAMEKTARY RECISTBR. 

Pari. No. 257. Denbigh Cottnty. 

11 Sir Lynch Salusbury Cotton, bart. 

1 2 Sir Lynch Salusbury Cotton, hart.' 

13 Sir Lynch Salusbury Cotton, bart. 

14 Sir "Walkin WilUaras Wynne, bart. 

15 Sir Watkin Williams Wynne, bart. 
i6 Sir Watkin Williams Wynne, bart.' 

Robert Watkin Wynne, esq. 

17 Robert Watkin Wynne, esq. 

1 8 Sir Watkin Williams Wynne, bart. 

1 Sir Watkin Williams Wynne, bart. 

2 Sir Watkin Williams Wynne, bart. 

3 Sir Watkin Williams Wynne, bart. 

■ Receiver- General of the King's Quit Rents in North Wales. — 
* Lord Lieutenant and Cuiloi Roiulorum of the County of McriO' 
mth — 3 Died, a new Writ ordered, August 6, 1769. 



' Lord Lieutenant and Cuslas Eolu/orum of the Counties of Mer, 
rielb and Denbigh. 



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Pari. No. 258. Denbigh Town. 

1 1 Richard Myddelton, esq. 

12 Richard Myddelton, esq." 

13 Richard Myddelton, esq. 

14 Richard Myddelton, esq. 

15 Richard Myddelton, esq. 

1 6 Richard Myddelton, esq.* 
Richard Myddelton, jun. esq.^ 

17 Richard Myddelton, esq. 

18 Richard Myddelton, esq.* 
Thomas Tyrwhitt Jones, esq. 



1 Thomas Jones, esq. 

2 Honble. Frederick West/ 

3 Robert Middleton Biddulph, esq. 



' Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the County oi Denbigh, 
— « Made Steward of the three Chihern Hundreds in the County of 
Buckingham \ a new Writ ordered, April 1786.— 3 Son of the late 
Member.-— 4 Died, a new Writ ordered, December 1796, 



* Uncle to the Earl of Delawar. 



352 PAIILIAMENTARY REGISTER. 

Pari No. 259, Flint County. 

1 1 Sir Thomas Mostyii, bart.' 
Sir Roger Mostyn, bart.* 
] y Sir Roger Mostyn, bart. 

13 Sir Roger Mostya, bart. 

14 Sir Roger Mostyn, bart. 

1 5 Sir Roger Mostyn, bart. 

1 6 Sir Roger Mostyn, bart. 

17 Sir Roger Mostyn, bart. 
IS Sir Roger Mostyn, bart. 

Sir Thomas Mostyn, bt.' ^ 

John Lloyd, esq, 

1 Sir Thomas Mostyn, bart. 

2 Sir Thomas Mostyn, bart. 

3 Sir Thomas Mostyn, bart. 

' Died, a new Writ ordered, April 1758,— 'Son of the deceased 
Member; Lord Lieutenant of the County. — 3 Not dulj elected, a 
new Writ ordered, June 12, 1797, — » Made Steward of the three 
Chiitcrn Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; 3 new Writ order- 
ed, October 11, 1799. 

Pari. 18. 'John Lloyd, esq. the Honble. i/oVK'ff«vo/(, and some 
of the freeholders, petitioned against Sir Thomas MoHyn's Election, 
andal50 complained of the High Sheriff for allowinfr Sir Thomai to 
stand Candidate, he being under Age. The Speaker on the 27th o£ 
April 1797, read a Letter to the House which he had received from 
Sir Ihomai Mailyn, wherein he savs, that he did not mean to cotitest 
the Petitiori presented against his Election. The Speaker observed 
to the House, that one Month must be allowed (as the Law stood at 
present) before b Vacancy could be declared. The Chairman of the 
Committee that tried these Petitions reported to the House, that Sir 
tbomai Moilyn was not duly elected, and ought not 10 have been 
returned : that >ifl Lloyd, e*q. was duly elected, and that his Peti- 
tion was not frivolous nor vexations : that the Defence of Sir Thomas 
Mostyn, was frivolous iind vexatious, June 12, 1797- 



BAftLIAMBMTARV tUBOtSTSU; $Sd 



Pari. No. 260- Flint Town, 

1 1 Sir John Glynne, bart. 

12 Sir John Glynne, bart. 

13 SirJohn Glynne, bart 

14 Sir John Glynne, bart/ 
Watkin Williams; esq# 

15 Watkin Williams, esq* 

1 6 Watkin Williams, esq. 

17 Watkin Williams, esq, 

18 Watkin Williams, esq. 

\ Watkin Williams, esq.' 

2 Watkin Williams, esq. 

S Sir Edward Pryce Lloyd, bart. 



■p 



* Died, a new Writ ordered, June 5, I777» 



I Constable of Flint CW///#. 



[rot. U.] A a 



^S^ PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER* 


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= 




Pari. No 261. Glamorgan County. 




1 1 Charles Edwin, esq.' 


, ^ 


Thomas Matthews, esq. 


. SI 


12 Sir Edmund Thomas, bart.* 


;ir 


Richard Turberville, esq. 


ti 


13 Honble. George Venables Vernon.^ 




14 Honble. George Venables Vernon/ 


it' 


15 Charles Edwin, esq. 


31 


i6 Charles Edwin, esq;* 


V r 


Thomas Wyndham, esq. 


ai 


1 7 Thomas Wyndham, esq. 




18 Thomas Wyndham, esq- 




1 Thomas Wyndham, esq. . ■ . 


. ii ■ 


2 Thomas Wyndham, esq. 


^ 


3 Thomas Wyndham, esq. 




1 Died, a new Writ ordered, December 1756.— « Treasure; 


r to the 


Princess Dowager of Wi/w ; made Survcjorof his Majesty's Woods, 


North and Soutli of the River trenl ; a. new Writ ordered. 


, April 


j8, 1763, he was re-elfcted ; died, a new Writ ordered, No 


vember 


24, 1767—3 Eldest Son of Lord Vernon.—^ Succeeded his Father as 


'LatA. Vernon, August 3.1, 1780— 5 Made Steward oftbe thr< 


:e CbU. 


trrn Bundreds in the County of Buckingham J a new Writ ordered, 


August 1789. 




Pari. 11. Char}ej Van, esq. petitioned against Mr Matlhelo _ 


'1 Elcc- 


tion, but afterwards requested leave to withdraw it, to which the 


House agreed. 


1 



fAHUArUnvrAMLt ftsdimic^ : is^ 



Pari. iVb. 263. Cotdif^TMnr 

1 1 Herbert Mackworth, esq. 

12 Herbert Mackworth, esq.' 
Herbert Mackworth, esq.* 

13 Herbert Mackworth, escj. 

14 Herbert Mackworth, es(J<' 

15 Sir Herbert Mackworth, bart< 

1 6 Sir Herbert Mackworth, bdrt. 

1 7 Honble. John Stuart. ^ 
Honble. Evelyn James Sluarl.* 

18 Lord Evelyn Jame^ Stuaa^ 



1 Lord Evelyn SttWttt.' 

2 Lord William Stuart** 
8 Lord William Stuarts 



i\» 



- » *■ 



} 



* Died, a riew Writ ordered, December ry, i^6j[. — « Son of the 
difceaded Meitober.— O Created a Baronet of Oredt Briiain, August 
24, 1776. — 4 Eldest Son of Lord Cdrdiff^nd ViscJoUnt Mountstuart^ 
who succeeding his Father as Carl of Bute in April 1792, he {Stuart) 
was from that time stiled Viscount Mounts tuart ; made Lord Lieu- 
tenant and Custos Rotuiorum of the County of Oiamorgan •, died^ a 
new Writ ordered, January 24, 1794. — 5 Secorid Son of the Earl of 
But^ ; a Lieutenant in the Foot Guards ; his Father bein^ created 
Marquis of Bute, he was stiled from that time Lord Eveiyn James 
Stuart. 



* Second Son of the Marquis of Bute\ a Lieutenant-Colonel in the 
Army.—* Third Son of the Marquis oi Bute } a Captain in the Navy, 



A al 



\ 



tARLIAMENTAAV REGISTER. 



Pari. No. 263. Merioneth Counfij. 

1 1 William Vaughan, esq. 
ly William Vaughan, esq.' 

13 John Pugh Pryce, esq.* 
Evan Lloyd Vaughan, esq, 

14 Evan Lloyd Vaughan, esq. 

1 5 Evan Lloyd Vaughan, esq. 

16 Evan Lloyd Vaughan, esq. 

17 Evan Lloyd Vaughan, esq,^ 
Robert Vaughan Lloyd, esq. 

18 Sir Robert Vaughan Lloyd, bart. 



1 Sir Robert Williams Vaughan, bart. 
3 Sir Robert Williams Vaughan, bart. 
3 Sir Robert Williams Vaughan, bart, 

' Lord Lieutenant and Cujlos Eoli/Zoriim of this County and the 
County ofCartiigan. — ^ Died, a new Writ ordered, January 1774.— 
3 Died, a new Writ oidercd, February >79J. 




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Pari: No. 264. Montgomery County* 

1 1 Edward Kynaston; esq. 

12 Edward Kynaston, esq. 

13 Edward Kynaston, esq.' 
Watkin Williams, esq; 

14 William Mostyn Owen, esq.' 

15 William Mostyn Owen, esq. 

1 6 William Mostyn Owen, esq. 

17 William Mostyn Owen, esq.* 
Francis Lloyd, esq. 

18 Francis Lloyd, esq.^ 

Charles Watkin Williams Wynne, esq.* 



1 Charles Watkin Williams Wynne, esq. ll.q.' 

2 Charles Watkin Williams Wynne, esq. 

3 Charles Watkin Williams Wynne, esq.* 

< Died, a new Writ ordered, May 25, I772.— 'Died, a new 
Writ ordered, March 16, 1795. — 3 Died, a new Writ ordered, 
February 25, 1799. — 4 Brother to Sir Watkin Wiiiiams Wynne^ 
bart. ; a Barrister at Law, and Governor of Flint Castle \ in this 
Parliament before for Old Sarum. 



' Brother to Sir Watkin Williams Wynne^ bart.— « One of the Un- 
der Secretaries of State for the Home Department, and Trustee for 
executing the Office of Auditor of £xcbequer. 



Aas 




PARLIAMENTARY REGISTEtt. 

Pari. No. 265. Montgoviery Town. 

1 1 William BodvIIIe, esq.' 
Richard Clive, esq.* 

1 2 Richard Clive, esq. 

13 Richard Clive, esq.' 
Thomas Cornewall, esq.* 

J4 "Whitshed Keene, esq.' 

15 V.hitshed Keene, esq.' 

1 6 Whitshed Keene, esq. 

17 Whitshed Keene, esq. 

18 Whitshed Keene, esq. 

1 Whitshed Keene, esq. 

2 Whitshed Keene, esq. 

3 Whitshed ICeene, esq. 

I Died, a new Writ ordered, November 13, 1759.—^ Father of 
Lord C/ive. — 3 Died, and ilie Speaker issued his Warrant to the 
Clerk of the Crown for a new Writ, June 1771.-44 Captain in 
the Navy. — S Brother-in-law to the ¥.^i\ oi Darimoulh, and Secre- 
tary to the Lord Chamberiain of the Household. — '^ A Commissioner 
of Trade and Plantations ; made Master of his Majesty's Board of 
Works; a new Writ ordered, June 5, 1777, he was re-electedj 
made a Commissioner of the Admiralty ; a new Writ ordered, April 
7, 1783, he was re-elected. 




9AJkUAUZUrA%1f RECUTMR. SSO 



Par. No. 266; Pembroke County. 

1 1 Sir William Owen, bart. 

12 Sir John Phillips, bart." 
Sir Richard Phillips, bart.^ 

13 Sir Richard Phillips, bart-^ 
Hugh Owen, esq.* 

14 Hugh Owen, esq.* 

1 5 Hugh Owen, esq.^ 

1 6 Sir Hugh Owen, bart.^ 
Richard, Lord Milford.* 

17 Richard, Lord Milfofd. 

18 Richard, Lord Milford. 



1 Richard, Lord Miifiird*' 

2 Richard, Lord Milford. 

3 Richard, Lord Milford* 



* Sworn of the Privy Council ; died, a new Writ ordered, Janua- 
ry 10, 1765. — »Son of the deceased Member, afterwards Lord Mi/- 
ford of Ireland.'^l Not duly elected, a new Writ ordered, March 6, 
1770. — 4 Eldest Son of William Owen, bart. — 5 Made Lord Lieu- 
tenant of the County.— <^ Succeeded his Father as Baronet.— 7 Died, 
a riew Writ ordered, January 25, 1786.—^ Lord Lieutenant and 
Custos Rotulorum of this County. 

Pari. 12. Hugh Owen, esq. petitioned against Sir Richard Pbil- 
lifis'y renewed the following Session, but on the 27th of March 1766, 
requested leave to withdraw it, to which the House agreed. 

Pari. 13. Hugh Owen^ esq. petitioned, renewed the 2d Session, 
when the Merits of this Election was tried at the Bar of the House, 
when on the 6th of March 1770, the House resolved that it was a 
void Election. 

Pari. 14. Several of the Freeholders in favour of Symons^ 

esq. and themselves. The Merits of this Petition was tried at the 
Bar of the House, when on the 27th of April 1770, the House re- 
solved, that the sitting Member was duly elected. 



* Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the County of Fern- 
broke and Haverford, 

A a 4 



360 PARLIAMENTARY REGISTSlU 



Pari No. 261 i Pembroke Town. 

1 1 Hugh Barlow, esq. 

12 Sir William Owen, bart.' 

13 Sir William Owen, bart. 

14 Hugh Owen, esq. 

15 Hugh Owen, esq. 

16 Hugh Owen, esq.* . 

17 Hugh Barlow, esq. 
is Hugh Barlow, esq. 



J Hugh Barlow, esq# 

2 Hugh Barlow, esq.' 

3 Hugh Barlow, esq. 

I Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the County of Fern 
^roie.^-m'i Changed his Name to Barlow in 1 789*' 






'* Wi/i;^ f Gardes, esq.' 
^^ Richard r« J f ^"S'ngton. 

^'O'd Kensington, 

'Appointed a r„.j « ''**' 



«e 






sea ^ARjLIAMf MTARY (tSGl»TM: 



Pari No. 269. Radnor County, 

1 1 Sir Humphrey Howarth, kt/ 
Howel^ Gwynne, jun. esq.* 

12 James, Marquis of Carnaryon«^ 

13 Chase Price, esq. 

14 Chase Price, esq.* 
Thomas Johnes, sen. esq.' 
Thomas Johnes, esq.^ 

15 Thomas Johnes, esq. 

1 6 Thomas Johnes, esq. 

1 7 Thomas Johnes, esq. 

18 Walter Wilkins, esq. 

1 Walter Wilkins, esq. 

2 Walter Wilkins, esq* 
2 Walter Wilkins, esq. 



I Died, a new Writ ordered* February 19, I755«ot2 Lord Licit* 
tenant and Custos Rotuiarum of this County .^^3 Only Son cyFthe 
Duke of Chandos \ a Lord of the Bedchamber to the King, and &ao^ 
ger of Enfield Cbace."^ Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant 
to the Clerk of the Crown for anew Writ, July i^^^.i-^S Custos 
Rotulorum of the County of Glamorgan \ died, a new Writ ordered* 
June 1780. — ^ Son of the late Member; msMle Auditor oc Reeciyexr 
General of the Customs of Wales 1 a new Writ ordered, May 25, 
1 78 1, he was re-elected. 



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JPARLXAIUIKTARY tJLGIStF£&« S6S 

Pari. No. 270. Radnor Tozvn. 

1 1 Thomas Lewis, esq. 

15 John Lewis, esq.* 
Edward Lewis, esq.^ 

14 John Lewis, esq/ 

Edward Lewis, esq.* 
- - Edward Lewis, esq.^ ? ^i li n *.. 
'* John Lewis, esq. ^ j ^'"'^^ ^^'"'^«- 

16 Edward Lewis, esq. 

17 David Murray, esq.^ 
George, Vise. Maiden.* 

18 George, Vise. Maiden.^ 
Richard Price, esq. 

.4- 

I Richard Price, esq. 
S Richard Price, esq* 
S Richard Price, esq. 



f^T' 



9 {njEb^fnc4 the Hou^ t)mt he^ di4 npt mean to contest the matter 
f^thif Poubk Return j tbe C^rfc ^tbc Crown was ordered to at- 
tend, and erase Mr Edward JLexui^'^s Na9ie firom it, November 28, 
1761.—* Not Duly elected.— 3 Duly elected, and ought to have been 
returned.— 4 Not duly elected.— 5 Duly elected, and ought to have 
)>een returned.— <^ Duly elected, and ought to have been returned.-— 
3F Brother to Lord Elibank of Scotland ; died, a new Writ ordered, 
May JO, 1794.—* Eldest Son of the Earl of £/x^Ar.—9 Succeeded his 
Father as Earl oi Essex ^ a new Writ ordered, March 1799* 

Pari. 13. Edward Lewis^ esq. petitioned ; and on the 7th of 
March 1769, the House resolved that he was duly elected. 

Pari. 14. Edward Lewis, esq. petitioned. February ao, I775i 
the Committee found him^'duly elected. 

Pari. 15. Edward Lewis, esq. petitioned. January 3X1 1781, 
.the Committee found him duly elected^ 



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i SCOTLAND. 



Pari. No. 2T1. Aberdeen County. 

1 1 Lord Adam 

12 Lord Adam 

13 Alexander Garden, esq. 

14 Alexander Garden, ^q. 

15 Alexander Garden, eSq, 

1 6 Alexander Garden, esq. ^ 
George Skene, esq, 

17 James Fergusoil, esq. 

18 James Ferguson, esq« 

1 James Ferguson, esq. 

2 James Ferguson, esq« 
S James Ferguson, esq. 



< Uncle to the Duke of Gordon ; a Captain in tbe Armj ; in 1756 
promoted to a Company in the Foot Guards.— -' Promoted to the rank 
of Colonel in the Army; in January 1769 made Colonel of a Regi* 
ment. — 3 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of 
the Crown for a new Writ, January 18, 1786. 



Pari. 3. Alexander Hay^ esq. petitioned against Mr Ferguionh 
Election* 



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farl: ^No. 272. Ji/r County. 

1 1 James Mure Campbell, esq/ 

12 Hbit: 'Archibald Montgomery.* 
IS pavld K^bnedy, esq.^ 

14 Sir A4%n3^ Ferguson, bart. 

15 Hugh Montgomery', esq.* 
Sir Adam Ferguson, bart.^ 

1 6 Hugh Montgomery, esq.*^ 
William Macdowall, esq.^ 

1 7 Sir Adam Ferguson, bart, 

18 Hugh Montgomery, esq.* 
William Fullarton, esq. 



1 William Fullarton, esq/ 

2 William Fullarton, esq.* 

Sir Hugh Dalrymple Hamilton, bart. 

S Sir Hugh Dalrymple Hamilton, bart. 

- - ' - ■. ■ 

< Cousin to the Earl of Loudoun \ a Major of DragpoQSy made a 
lieutenant-Colonel of Dragoons ; aftetwards Earl of Loudoun, and 
9 Major-General in 1782. — ^ Only Brother to the Earl oi Eglintoune ; 
Xiieutenant-ColoneL Commandant of a Regiment of Foot, and one of 
"khe Equerries to the Queen ; made a Colonel in the Army in 1762 \ 
in 1767 made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot j in 1764 made Gover- 
»ior of the Castle oi Dumbarton ; in October 1769 he succeeded as 
3Elarl of Egiintoune»^^ Only Brother to the Earl of Cassiiis \ succeed* 
«cl as Earl of ^Vjj'j'/y/j in November 1773. — 4 Not duly elected.— 
^ Duly elected, and ought to have been returned; made a Commis- 
sioner of Trade and Plantations; a new Writ ordered, December 22, 
01781, he was re-elected. — ^ Made Baggage Master and Inspector of 
"^he Roads in Scotland *, a new Writ ordered, June 30, 1789 — 7 In 
"^hc first part of this Parliament for the County of Renfrew.^^^ Lieu- 
"tenant- Governor of the Castle of Edinburgh^ and Colonel of a Rcgi-^ 
^nent of Fencible Infantry ^ succeeded his Cousin as Eml oi Eg/intoun^ 
^L new Writ ordered, November 3, 1796. 

Pari. 15. Sir Adam Ferguson ^ bart. petitioned. On the 2d of 
^pril 1781 9 the Chairman of the Committee that tried this contested 
Election, reported to the House, that the Petitioner was duly elect- 
ed, and ought to have been returned. The Return amended accord- 
ingly. 

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B6(S PAHLIAMfiNTARY RBOtStBR*. 



Pari. i8. William Fullarton, esq. petitlooedy but requested Xcz^n 
to withdraw it, which was granted. 



' Colonel of a Regiment of Light Dragoons, witK temporirV Raal 
in the Army. — « Made one of the ComftrfssloftWi &t' «fe Awlfs d/ 
the Island of lrinidad\ a new Writ dMo#*dr BTitdt %^ tfto|- 



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Furl. No. 273. Argifle Cdunkf. 

1 1 Dugall Campbell, esq. 

12 Dugall Campbell, esq.' 
Lord William Campbell.* 
Robert Campbell, esq. 

13 Robert Campbell, esq.^ 
Aclam Livingstone, esq. 

14 Adam Livingstone, esq.* 

15 Lord Frederick Cara^ll.* 
i6 Lord Frederick Carafpbell/ 

1 7 Lord Frederick Campbell. 

18 Lord Frederick Campbell.' 



1 Lord John Douglas Edward Henry CampbelL* 

2 Lord John Douglas Edward Henry Campbell* 

3 Lord John Douglas Edward Henry Campbell. 



m \ * \ II • — a^i^^lMAJh' 



I Made Steward of the Kcvth in Irelatnl ; a tiew Writ ordered, 
December i6, 1763. — * Second Son of the Duke oi^rgjfle; a Cap- 
tain in the Navy ; made Governor of Nova Scotia 5 a new Writ or- 
dered, November 12, 1766. — 3 Made Receiver-General and Cashier 
of the Customs in Scotland'^ anew Writ ordered, January 21, 1772. 
— 4 Second Son of Sir Jamef Livingstone. — 5 Second Brother to the 
Duke of ^rgyle \ Lord Register of Scotland, — ^ Made Steward of 
the three Chiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham^ he wasf 
re-elected, and during the vacancy he was appointed one of the Vice- 
Treasurers o{ Ireland, — 7 Made Steward of the three Chiltern Hkn'^ 
dreds in the County o^ Buckingham ; a new Writ ordered, July I2« 
1799.-*-^ Second Son of the Duke of Argyle \ an £ntigQ ki the Foot 
Guards. 



' Second Son of the Duke of Argyle ^ 



rARLIAMXNTART M0I8TB1U 967 



TarL No. 274. Banf CoUrUy. 

1 1 Honble. James Duff.* 

12 James, Viscount Macduff. 
IS James, Earl Fife. 

14 James, Earl Fife. ^ 

15 James, Earl Fife. 

16 Sir James Duff, kt.* 
James Ferguson, esq. 

17 Sir James Grant, bart.^ • 
David Macdowal Grant, esq. * 

18 William Grant, esq.^ 



1 Rt. Hon. William Grant, kt.' 

2 Rt. Hon. Sir William Grant, kt. 
8 Rt. Hon. Sir William Grant, kt. 

-^ Eldest Son of Lord Braco of Ireland, who in 1759 was created 
yiscouht Macduff 'SLVid £arl <^f Fffi in breland.^^'^ Has a Qoinpany in 
tbe !Poot Guards ; made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds ia 

ounty ot Buctingbamy a new Writ ordered, Hecember 1788. 

tade Lord Lieutenant of the County of Inverness in May 1794 f 
OMide Colohel of the ist or Struthspey Regiment of Fencible Infan- 
try ; made Colonel of a Regiment to be forthwith raised \ 
mtae Cashier of the Excise in Scotland % a new Writ ordered, June 
12, 1795.— 4 A Lieutenant in the Navy.— «5 King's Counsel;' Solicit 
tor-General to the Queen, and a Welsh Judge ; made Solicitor-Ge- 
neral to his Majesty j a new Writ ordered, July I2, 17991 he was 
re-elected. 



•Master of the Rolls. 




1>A&LIAMENTARY K.£GI3T£K>, 

Pari. No. 275. Berwick Counti/^ 

1 1 Honble. Alexander Hume Campbell-' 
James Pringle, esq,* 

12 James Pringle, esq.' 
33 James Pringle, esq. 

14 James Pringle, esq- 

Sir John Paterson, bart.* 

15 Hugh Scott, esq.* 
Hugh Scott, esq. 

16 Patrick Home, esq. 

17 Patrick Home, esq. 

13 George Baillie, jun. esq; 

1 George Baillie, esq. 

2 George Baillie, esq. 

3 George Baillie, esq. 

' Only Brother to the Earl of Marchmont ; a Barrister at Law ; 
made Lord Register of Scotland; a new Writ ordered, February 5, 
1756, he was re-elected \ died, a new Writ ordered, December I j, 
1760.— » Eldest Son of Sir Robert Pringle, bart.; a Major in the 
Army; made Lieutenant-Colonel of a RegimcDt of Fool. — 3 Made 
Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Bucking- 
ham ; a new Writ ordered, April 2, 1779- — 4 Son-in-law to the 
Earl of Marchmont. — S Nephew to the Earl of Marchmonr, not duly 
elected, and his Election being declared void, a new Writ ordered. 

Pari. 15. S\x John Palerton, bart. petitioned, andonthe 

the Chairman of the Coraictee reported it a void Election. 



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PARIIAMENTAHY RBOISTEK; 369 



ParL No. 276. Bute and Caithness CouMies^ by Turns: 

C.H John Scott, esq.' 

B. 12 James Stuart, esq.* 

Henry Wauchope, esq. 

C. 13 Kenneth, Viscount Fortrose.^ 

B. 14 Honble. James Stuart/ 

C. 15 John Sinclair, esc{. 

B. i6 Honble. James Stuart. 

C. 17 Sir John Sinclair, bart.' 
B. 18 Honble* Frederiek Stuart.^ 



B# I Honble. Frederick Stiiart. 

C. 2 Sir John Sinclair, bart«> 

B. 3 Hon. James Stuart Montagu Mackenzie Wortley.' 



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' A Captain in the Royal Regiment of I'oot; in '^ 756 promoted to 
a Company in the Foot Guards.—-^ Brother to Sir tiohert Stuart^ 
bart. Lieutenant- Col onel-ComrixandaiAt of a Regiment of Toot ^ died, 
a new Writ- erdered, April 17, 1762.—^ Of Ire/and^ in 17711 he 
was created £a^l of $eafortb in Ireimut.'^^ Second Son of the Earl 
of Buie \ Major-pommandant of a Regiment of Foot.— *5 Made Colo- 
nel of the Rothesay and Caithness^ Regiment of Fencible Infantrj.-^ 
f Brother to the Marquis of Bute. 



Brpthetto the Marqi,ds of Bute* 



{.vol.; 11.3 £ b 



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'ParL No. 277» Clackmannan and Kinross * CourAies^ 

by Turns% 

K. 1 1 Robert Colvill, esq* ' - 

C. 12 James Aberqrpmbie, esq. 

K. 13 Robert Adam, esq/ 

ۥ 14 Ralph Abercrombie, esq,* 

K. 15 George Graham, esq, 

C. 1 6 Honble. Charles CatTlcart,^ . , 

Burnet Abercrombie, e^q, 
K. 17 George Graham, esq. ^ ~ '\ 

C. i8 Sir Ralph Abercrombie, kb.^ 

Sir Robert Abercroipbie, KB*'^ 



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C* \ Sir Robert Aberc*t>mt)ie, kb/ 

K. 2 William Douglas M'Lean Clephane^ ^.* 

David <!;tet>hane, esq.' ,' 

C. 3 Hoable. deorge AbercromUfe.* V 

1 1 I > ■ ■ iiii f • « II »i ' i ■ n < ) I r I y i f t « I ■ I i ■ ' ■ > I ii..^<»^^^Mii4»>i»i>.A )Wi ■ ■ 

t 

» Architect to th^ Bbard of WoAs, and Clerk of Ac Works to 
Vhelsea Hoifiii^i/,^^* Lieutenant-Colonel of Dragoons,-— 3 Brother to 
Lord Cathcart% a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Attaj) Aitd, 9^ the 
Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerfc of thfe Crox^ti tb'iii At' out a 
new Writ, Septctnbcr 1788. — 4 Appointed Lord Lreutenant of the 
County of ATmrojj.— 5 A Lieutenant- General j Colonel of a Regi- 
ment of Dragoon% and Lieutenant-Gorembr of thte-Zr/p- 1^ Wyfc j 
made Steward of the three Chilurn Hundreds j a new Writ ordered, 
February i, 1798. — ^ Brother to the late Member 5 a Major-Gene- 
ral, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. 

Pari. 14. James Fras, Ersktne^ esq. petitioned against Ralph jiber* 
CYomhie^ esq. but the Committee found the sitting Member duly elect- 
ed. 



I A General in tlie Army 5 Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, and 
Governor of the Castle of Edinburgh. ^^'^ A Major-General in the 
Army, and has a Company in the Foot Guards ; appointed Governor 
of the Island o{ Grenada t, a new Writ ordered) August 4, 1803.— 
3 Bt other to the late Member; a Colonel in the Army, and Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel to the 20th Regiment of Foot.«^4 Eldest Son of Ba* 
roness AbercrBmhy^ 



PA&LIAMfiNTAItY HEoisTSR^ S7t 



ParL No. 278. Cromarty and Iffii^n Counties'^ ijj 

Turns. 

C. 1 1 Sir John Gordon, bajft. 
N. 12 iPryce Campbdl, esq.**' 
C. 1 3 Williani Pulteney, esq> 
N. 14 tlosmo Gordon, esq.^ 

John Campbell, esq. 
• C 15 George Ross, esq 
N. i6 Alexander Campbell, esk|.* 

Alexander Brodie, efsq. 
C 17 Dancan i3avidson, €9Sc|. 
N. 18 Henry Frederick Campbell, esq.* 

JJT. I Henry Frederick Cam|>bell.* " \ 

CL 2 Alexander Mackenizie Frase)r> esq.^ 
K. 3 Henry Frederick Campbell, esq. 



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.W' ■ ■ I . I.. I 111 i I— — — i— — I— — — — — 



* ^ Made a Commissioner of the Treasury \ a new Writ brdierifei:; 
November ii, 1766, he was re-elected.—*^ Second Sir of Sir Jd/vi^ 
^Jfiuitinig^ hart.— 3 Mad<p a Barod of the Court of Exchcqtoiftk 
8c0tlwul\ a new Writ ordered, March 1777«<— 4 A Captailaliii Jdi^ 
Army $ died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant td the Gkik o^ 
the Crown foran^# Writ, Ifovember i($v 1^85.-^5 A LteotiBltnt- 
Cokmelin the Foot Guards. ^..11, 

Pari. Ctrmo Gordbii^ es^. petitioned in behaU^f Oeqf^0 (^ip^ 
'be//y esq. but the Committee found th6 sitting Member ^uly elec^cl; 



^ Couun to Lord Cawdor. '^•^'^ A Major- General , and Cblbiiitt of. 
the 78th Regiment df Foot. . ' - 



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$73" PA|LLIAM£NTARY REGISTER* 



P(U'L No. 279. Dumfries County. 

1 1 Lord Charles Douglas/ 
James Veitch, esq. 

12 Archibald Douglas, esq.* 

13 Archibald Douglas, esq.^ 

1 4 Robert Laurie, esq.* 

1 5 Sir Robert Laurie, bart. * 

1 6 Sir Robert Laurie, bart.*^ 

17 Sir Robert Laurie, bart.^ 
38 Sir Robert Laurie, bart. 



1 Sir Robert Laurie, bart;' 

2 Sir Robert Laurie, ban*.*'; 
William Johnstone Hope, esq.^ 

3 William Jphnstpne Hope, esq** 






I Second Son of the Duke of ^eensherry j his Elder Brother the 
Eari of Drumlanrig dying, he by that means became the eldest Soa 
ctfia '. Scots Peer; , and consequently rendered incapable of sitting ir? 
Parirament «8 a Commoner for any Place in Scotland \ a new Writ 
ordETcd, November i8, 1755.— « Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons, 
and a.Ms^oi-Generftl.-=-0 Made a Lieutenant- General.— 4 Eldest Son 
dfS SivJl^oberf Laurie J batt.-^ a Major General ; succeeded his Father 
as :fiiirooetl-^^Mftde. a Lieutenant-Colonel of Dragoons.— ^^ A Colo- 
nel in the Army ; made Knight- Marshal in Scot/and*^ a new Writ 
oj^^er^dj^ April 1785, he was re-elected. — 7 Made a Major-General 
rn*"4ipitij[ ':i 793 1, and Cj>ionel of a Regiment of Light Dragoons/ March 

i795."*" ••••-•-•; . 

I' AZJeutenant-General,- and Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons. 
—2 Died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of the 
Crown for a new Writ. September 1804. — 3 A Captain in the Royal 
Navy. — 4 Appointed one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty 5 a 
new Writ ordered, April 6, 1807, he was re-elected. 



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PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. S7S 



ParL iVb.280. Dunharton County. : 

11 John Campbell, esq/ 

12 John Campbell, esq.* 
Archibald Edmonstone, esq. 

13 Archibald Edmonstone, esq.^ 

14 Sir Archibald Edmonstone, bart. 

15 Lord Frederick Campbell."^ 
Honble. George Keith Elphinstone.* 

1 6 Honble. George Keith Elphinstone. 

17 Sir Archibald Edmonstone, bart. 

18 William Cunningham Graham Bontin, esq.* 
Alexander Smollett, esq.^ 

James Colquhoun, esq.® 



1 James Colquhoun, esq.* 

2 James Colquhpun, esq.* 
Henry Glassford, esq. 

S Charles Edmonstone, esq.^ 



* Colonel of the 2d or North British Dragoons ; a Groom of th6 
Bedchamber to the King, and a Lieutenant-General.— -^ Succeeded 
as Duke of -^r§;y/? J a new Writ ordered, November 28^1 1761.— 
3 Created a Baronet of Great Britain^ M^y 3, 1774.— 4 Brother to 
the Duke oi ^rgyle ; Lord Register oi Scoi/an^ ; not duly elected. 
—5 Third Son of Lord Eiphinstone ; a Captain in the Navy ; duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned ; in 1783 made Secretary 
to the Prince' of Wales for Scotland, — ^ Made Steward of the three 
Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham 5 a new Writ order- 
ed, April 20, 17^7.*-? Lieutenant- Colonel of the 26th Regiment of 
Dragoons \ killed at the Helder^ a new Writ ordered, October i/, 
1799.-7-^ Eldest Son of Sir James Colquhoun^ esq. 

Pari. 15. The Honble. George Keith Elphinstone petitioned. On 
the 14th of February 1781, the Chairman appointed to try this con- 
tested Election, reported to the House, that the Petitioner was duly 
elected, and ought to have been returned : that the sitting Member 
was not duly elected, and ought not to have been returned : the Clerk 
of the Crown ordered to attend with the Return,, which was amended 
accordingly. • ' 

^B b 3 * Eldest 



9'?4 , VAR.LIAMENTAKY ftEOlSTEK. 

t Eldest Son of Sir James Co/quhoun, bart. ; luccecded his Father 
a! Baronet in 1805.— > Made Steward of the three Cbilterit Huh- 
dreds ; a new Writ ordered, January 21, 1836 — 3 Son of Sir Archi- 
bald Edmonstana, bart. 



Pari, N>. 281. Edinburgh Coiintij- 

ji Robert Dundas, esq," 

Sir Alexander Gilmour, bart.' 
12 Sir Alexander Gilmour, bart. 
Is Sir Alexander Gilmour, bart. 
14 Henry Dundas, esq.' 
X5 Henry Dundas, esq.* 

16 Right Honble. Henry Diindas. 

17 Robert Dundas, esq.* 

18 Robert Dunda.s, esq.* 

1 Robert Dundas Saunders, esq.' 

2 Hon. Robert Dundas Saunders, esq. 

3 Hon. Robert Dundas Saunders, esq.* 

' Made Laid Advocate for Seoliand i 3 new Writ ordered, Dec! 
2t 1754. lie was re-elecled; made Lord President of the Court of 
Session in Scoilandi a new Writ ordered, December 15, 1760. — ' 
A Lieutenant in the Foot Guards ; made one of the Clerks Comp- 
trollers of the Board of Green Cloth i anew Writ ordered, Decem- 
ber 17, 1765, he was re elected, — 3 Solicitor- General for Seoliand; 
inade Lord Advocate for Seoliand; a new Writ ordered, May 1775, 
^e was' re elected ; inade Joint Keeper of the Signet for Scotland ; a 
new Writ ordered, March 1777, he wag re elected ; made Keeper 
of the Signet for Scotland; a new Writ ordered, June 3, 1.779, he 
was re elected.— 4 In July 1782 he was made Treasurer of the Navy; 
ne was re-cho^en for the Borough of Nnulon in the County of Sautb- 
apipton i made Steward of the three Cbitlern Hundreds in the Coun- 
ty of Bacifn^Aanj ; a new Writ ordered, December lo, 1781, he 
was re choseii for this County ; again made Treasurer of the Navy ; 
a new Writ ordered, December 24, 17S3. he was re-elected. — 
S Nephew to the late Member; Lord Advocate for Seoliand.— 
^TWade Joint Clerk Register of Sasines for Scotland, Oct. 15, 1799, 



' Joint Keeper of the Signet in Scotland, and Deputy Keeper of 
the Register of Sasines in Scotland; only Son of th? Right Honble. 



fARUAMBNTARY &|IO^T3R4 3?^ 



Hemy DunJas^ now Lord Viscount Melviile.'-^'^ Appointed Presi- 
dent of the Board for the Management of Iruii^k Affairs 5 a new Writ 
issued, April 6, 1807, he was re-elected. 



jetr,..V'.«ig 



ParL No* 282. Elgin County. 

1 1 Sir Ludowick Grant, bart« 

12 James Grant, esq/ 

13 Francis Grant, esq.* 

14 Honble. Arthur Duff.^ 
Lord William Gordon . * 

15 Lord William Gordon.* 

1 6 James, EarlFife.^ 

17 Lewis Alexander Grant, esq.^ 

18 James Brodie, esq. 



1 James Brodie, esq.« 

2 James Brodie, esq« 

3 James Brodie, esq. 



"t ^r- ■*» 



* Only Son of the last Member.— « Brother to Sir Liidowick 
{h'dftt } Colonel of a Regiment of Foot ^ made a Major- General in 
i770.-*3 Fourth Brother to Earl Fife ; made Comptroller of this, 
£xci8e in Scotland \ a new Writ ordered, April 2,, 1779.-4 Next 
Brother to the Duke of Gordon ; Deputy Ranger ojf St Jameses and 
Hyde Parh.-^S Made Vice- Admiral of Scotland i a new Writ order- 
ed, March 26, 1782, he was re-elected.— ^ Of Ireland* On the 
Dissolution of this Parliament, he was created Lord Fiffy Baron oi 
Fife in the County of Fife.^^J Eldest Son of Sir James Crant^ bart* 

Pari. 16. Alexander Penrose Cumming^ esq. and several of the 
Freeholders petitioned against Earl Fije*s Election. On the 8tK 
of April 1785, the Chairman of the Committee reported the sitting 
Member duly elected. 

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FARLIAMENTARY REGISTEIt* 



Pari, oVb. ?83. Fife Counly. 

1 1 Honble. James St. Clair. 
J2 Honble. James St. Clair.* 
Honble. James Wemyss.' 

13 John Scott, esq.^ 

14 John Scott, esq.' 

' James Townshend Oswald, esq.'* 

Robert Skene, esq.' 

John Henderson, esq.^ 
],j Robert Skene, esq." 
J6 Robert Skene, esq,'° 

William Wemyss, esq." 

17 William Wemyss, esq.'* 

18 Sir William Erskine, bart.'' 



1 Sir William Erskine, bart.' 

2 Sir William Erskine, bart. 

3 Robert Fergusson, esq. 



I Second Son of the late Lord i'/ iT/o/r ; Colonel of tlie ist or Roy- 
al Regiment of Foot ; Governor of Corie in Ireland, and a Lieutcn- 
ant-General. — ^ Made a Genetal ; died, anew Writ ordered, Dec. 
i6, 1761. — 3 Third Son of ihe late Earl of W?nyFJJ' ; a Lieutenant 
of the pj^^'y- — ■• Colonel of a Regiment of Foot..— S Made a Major- 
General-, died, a new Writ ordered, December 1775. — ^Secretary 
io the' Leeiuard Islands ; made Auditor of the EKchequer in Scat- 
land; a new Writ ordered, June 2, 1779.— 7 A Major-General ; 
Baggiige-Masler, and Inspector of the Roads in Scotland : this Jast 
Oihce Was created since the Year 1704,' aiid on that account the 
Comniittee who tried the Petition against this Elettion found that 
Robert Stene, esq. was not eligible to be elected, and that John Ren- 
derjon, esq. the Petitioner, was duly elected, and bught to have been 
returned, February 7, 1 780.— S Eldest Son of Sir Raberl Henderson, 

bart. — 9 A Major-General, 'and 'Colonel of a Regiment of Foot 

10 Made a Lieutenant-General ; died, a new Writ ordered, May 
17S7. — " In this Parliament before for the County of Sutherland ; 
a Major in the Army, and Deputy Adjutant -General for North Bri- 
tain j made a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army. — '^Made Colonel o£ 



the 



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TAiiLlAMEKTARV REOISTE*. 



877 



the Sutherland Regiment of Fenctble Infantry ; made a Colonel in 
the Army. — ^3 A Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army dn Half-pay. 

Pari. 14, John Henderson^ esq. petitioned against Mr Vswaid^i 
Election. The Committee found the sitting Member duly electedf 
1776. 

Pari. 14. John Henderson^ esq. petitioned against General Skene^s^ 
Election, on the score, that the sitting Member held an Office creat- 
ed since the year 1704 4 renewed the following Session. Februaty 
7, 1780, the Chairman of the Committee appointed to try this con- 
tested Election, reported to the House, that theatting Member, 
Roffert Skene^ esq. was not eligible to be elected, on account of his 
holding an Office created since the year 1704, ahdthe Petitioner was 
jduly elected, and ought to have been returned. The Clerk of thfe ' 
jCrown ordered to attend, and the Return amended accordingly. 



] A Colonel in the Army ; Colonpl of a Regiment of Reserve,. 

• * ■ ■ « 



VfS vahliamentary kegister. 

Pari. No. 284. Forfar Covntiji 

11 William, Earl Panmure.' 

12 William, Earl Panmure. 

13 William, Earl Panmure.* 

14 William, Earl Panmure. 
1.5 William, Earl Panmure.^ 

Archibald Douglas, esq.* 
36 Archibald Douglas, esq.* 

17 David Scotr, esq.'' 
Honbie, William Maule.' 

18 Sir David Carnegie, bart. 

1 Sir David Carnegie, bart. 

2 Sir David Carnegie, bart.' 
Honbie. William Maule.* 

S Honbie. William Maule. 



'Of Ireland; Colonel of a Regiment of Foot i in 1755 made a 
Major-Geneial i made a Lieutenant-General in 1758— ' In 1770 
made a General, and Colonel of tbc 2d or Royal Regiment of ScbU 
Greys. — 3 Died, a new Writ ordered, January 21, 1781, — 4 Nephew 
and Heir to the late Duke of Douglas.— S On tlic Dissolution of this 
Parliament he was created Lord Dbuglas, Baron of Dou^/as in the 
County of Lanark. — * A Director of the Eail IrrJia Company ; made 
Steward of the three Chillera Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; 
a new Writ ordered, March 24, 1796, he was re-cho»cii for the Dis. 
Irict of Boroughs of Penh, Dundee, Forfar, Cupar, and St Andrevss. 
—7 Next Brother to the Earl of Dalhmsu; takes the Name of 
Maule, agreeable to the Will of his Uncle the Earl oiPanmure. 

Pari. 15. Sir David Carntgif, bart. petitioned against the Election 
of Mr Douglas, he being ineligible, as in fact he was a British Peer, 
as Heir to the Earldom of Angus. April 23, 1782, the Com 
reported the sitting Member eligible and dulyelected. 



^ Died, a new Writ ordered, June 1805.— » Brother to the Ear! 
•f Dolhousie. 



k 




pAW*M^»WIiTA^Y M€fI3fr«lU <7* 



Pari. No.QBS. Haddington County. 

1 1 Sir.Hew Dalrymple, bait, 
J 2 Andrew Fletcher, esq." , 

IS Sir George Suttie, bart. 
J 4 Sir Qeorge Suttie, bart,* 
William Nesbitt, esq. 

15 Hew Dairy mple, esq.* 

16 HewDalrymple, esq.* 
John Hamiltoa, esq. 

17 John Hamilton, esq.* 
Hew Dalrynjiple, esq.^ 

18 Hew Hamilton Dairy mple, esq. 



I Honb^e. Charles Hope." 
3 Honble. Charles Hope. 
S Honble. Charles Hope. 



' Auditor of the Exchequer in ScotianJ*--^^ Made Stevarj of tht^ 
Manor of East Hendred In 1;he County of Berks ; a new Writ prder^ 



cd^ May p> I777.r-^ Eldest Son of Sir H^w Dalrymple, — 4 Made 
Auditor of the new Duties of Excise of Scotland \ a new Y^rit order* 
^d^ July II, 1786.— 5 AppQinted Receiver- General of the Land 
Tax in Scotland \ a new Writ ordered, October 30, 1795« — ^ El<^- 
est Son of Sir Hevi) DalrympU^ bart. ; took the Name qX Hamiltom 
in i79j(. 



\ Lieutenant-Colonel of the 7th Regiment of Dragoons^ and a Ca- 
lonel o| Dragpon9. 



8dfy PARLIAMENTARY R]SOI8T£Ri; 



Pari No. 386. Inverness Countym' 

11 John Campbell, jun. esq. 

1 2 Simon Fraser, esq. * : 

13 Simon Fraser, esq.* 

14 Simon Fraser, esq.^ 

15 Simon Fraser, esq."^ 
Archibald Campbell Fraser, esq.* 

1 6 Lord William Gordon/ 

17 Norman Macleod, esq.^ 
i8 Simon Fraser, esq. 

1 Simon Fraser, esq. 

2 Charles Grant, esq.' 

3 Charles Grant, esq. 

^ Lieutenant-Colonel-Commandant of a Highland Regiment of 
Foot; made a Colonel in the Army in 1762.— « Made a Major^ 
General in 1770.— 3 A Lieutenant-General in 1772, and in 1775 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. — 4 Died, a new Writ ordered, Feb, 
II, 1782. — 5 Brother to the deceared Member. — <> Brother to the 
Duke of Gori/on ; Deputy Ranger of St Jameses and Hyde Farhs^ 
and Vice -Admiral oi Scotland. — 7 Liei^tenant-Colonel of a Regiment 
of Foot ; made a Colonel in the Army, November 20, 1790, apd a 
Major- General, November 4, 1794. 



I A Director of the East India Company 



PARLIAMENTARY. RSGISTBM 4l8t 



Pari . iVb. 287. KincatdUne County.'", 

1 1 Sir James Carnegie, bart. 

12 Sir James Carnegie, bart.'. 
Sir Alexander Ramsay, bart. 

1 3 Robert Rickart Hepburn, ts(\^ , 

14 Lord Adam Gordon.^ 

15 Lord Adam Gordon.'* 

1 6 Lord Adam Gordon.* 

Robert Barclay Allardyce, esq, . . 

17 Robert Barclay Allardyce, esq. 

18 Robert Barclay Allardyce, esq.* 

Sir John Wishart Belches, bart.^ . :;:/ .:'i 



; , 



- J* ,.'x \ 



■ * * ■ ^ 



1 Sir John Wishart Belches Stuart, bart." 

2 Sir John Wishart Belches Stuart^ baft. 
S William Adam^ esq.* \ t. ^ . 

< Died, a new Writ ordered, May -4.76 5. «—^. A LieutenantdColonel 
of. Dragoons. -—3 Uncle to the Duke of Gordon ; Colo];ie| of a :Regi« 
merit of Foot, and a Major-General > .made a Lieutenant-General in 
j^77 ; made Governor of Tinmouib Castie in 1778.— <-4 Made Colpnel 
of the istor Royal Regiment of Foot in 17&2.— 5 Made Steward of 
the three Cbiltffn Hundreds in the County o£ Bvciingbam ^ a, new 
Writ ordered^ May 17, 1788.— <^ Died,. a new Writ orderedji May 
If I797*— -7 Clerk: to the Admission of Notaries in ^C0//0J7^. 



r Register of Homings and Sasines io Scot/and,"'*!^ ChaQcellor of 
the Duchy of CornwaJl. 




VARLIAMENTART REGISTZEL'. 



Pari. No. 288. Kirkcudbright Steicartry, 
X I John Ross Mackye, esq. 

12 John Ross Mackye, esq.' 

1 3 John Ross Mackye, esq. 

14 William Stewart, esq. 

15 Peter Johnstone, esq.* 
John Gordon, esq.' 
Peter Johnstone, esq."* 

16 Peter Johnstone, esq.' 
Alexander Stewart, esq.* 

1 7 Alexander Stewart, esq.' 
Patrick Heron, esq. 

18 Patrick Heron, esq. 

1 Patrick Heron, esq. 

2 Patrick Heron, esq.' 

Honble. Montgomery Granville Stewart' 

3 Honble. Montgomery Granville Stewart. 

' Made Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance ; anew Writ 
ordered, April i8, 1763, he was re-elected, — ^ Hi? Election declar- 
ed vOidj 3 new Writ ordered, March j, 1781. — 3 Not duly elected. 
-—4 Duly ejected, and ought to have been returned. — S Made Stew- 
ard of the three Chiliern Hundred] in the County of Buckingbaitt ; a 
new Writ ordered, July 1786. — ^ Lieutenant- Colon el of a Regi- 
ment of Foot, and a Colonel in the Army.— 7 Made Colonel ofa 
Regiment of Foot, and a Major-Genetal May 1794 J died, a new 
Writ ordered, January 16, 1795. 

Pari. 15. "jahn Gordon, esq. petitioned, and on the 5th of March 
178 1, the Chairman of the Committee reported it to the House, a 
void Election, 

Pari, 15. Peur Johnstone, esq. and several of the Freeholders pe- 
titioned against Mr Cordoti''s Election. Feb. 6. 1782, the Chair- 
man of the Committee reported to the House, that Mr 'Johnstone the 
Petitioner was duly elected, and ought to have been returned,— 
The Return amended accordingly. 



' Not duly elected. — ' Son of the Earl ofGalloinay; found by the' 
ComsAiKtee to be dulyelccted, aad ought to have bteti returned. 

farl. 



J 



\ 



Pari. 2. Hon. Montgomery Stewart petitioned, and the Commit- 
tee that tried the Election reported, that the Petitioner was duly- 
elected, and ought to have beei> fctttrned : the Pctitioti not vjexatious 
or frivolous, May lo, 1803. . ' 

ParL N(h 289. Lanark County. 

]i James Vere, esq.' 

Daniel CampbeU, e$q» 
12 Daniel Campbell, esq. 
18 Daniel Campbell, esq. 
IS John Lockhart Ross, esq.^ 

14 Andrew Stuart, esq.^ 

15 Andrew Stuart, esq."^ 

16 Sir James Stuart Denham, . bart.^ , 

17 Sir James Stuart Denham,* bart.^ 
i« Sir James Stuart Denham, bart. 

J Sir Jjftties Sttiart Denham, bart.' 
ii l^td :i|iLrchibald Hamilton.* 
' 3' Lord, i!bcl)!ibald Haniik^ 

^Utji. ' ■ i.i^j^l r^' • • ■- ■ - - ■ - ■ ■ . ■ *|.. .. ^. >■■ *- ■- ^ ■ ■ . I > ■ , , . ^ ■ ^ ^ ^ . 

« Died, a new Writ ordered, December 18, 1789.— * A Captain 
in the Navy.-^3 Made Joitil Keeper of the Sigit6t; a titw Writor^ 
dered, March 1777* he was re-elected ^ made a Commissioner of 
Txade and Plantations j anew Writ ordered, June 3, 1779,; -be wts 
re-elected. — 4 Made Clerk Register of Sa»ines in Scot/atfid ', a new 
Writ ordered, '781, he was re-elected.— 5 A Lieutenant* 

Colonel of a Regiment.— ^ Made Colonel of a Regiment of Dra- • 
goons in November 1791, and a Major- General October 1793* 

Pari. 14. Daniel Campbell^ esq. petitioned. On the 16th of April 
1775, the Chairman of the Committee that tried this contested Elec- 
tion, reported to the House^ that the sitting Member was duly elect- 
ed. 



' A Lietitenant- General in the Army, and Colonel of a Regiment 
of Dragoons.—^ Second Son of the Duke of Hamilton* 



$jM^ P4JLLIAMENT ARir REOISTia*^ 



Pari No. 290. Linlithgozv Cotin^. ' \ 

It Honble* Charles Hope Wdn» 

12 Honble. Charles Hope Weir. 

13 John Hope, esq.* 

James Dundas, esq.' 

14 Sir William Augustus Cumiingham, bart. 

15 Sir William Augustus Cunningham, bart# ' c;: 

1 6 Sir William Augustus Cunningham, bart, . i . : 

17 Honble. John Hope.* >. . .uO- 1 Irx . 
i8 Honble. JohnHope. .;> » 'j' -> ^^i" < 



1 Honble. Alexander Hope.* 

2 Honble. Alexander Hope. 

3 Honble. Alexander Hdpe. 



V i. 

i j •• ' ■ .J' 



' 'J 



i* «■ » 






I Brother to the Earl of Hopetoun j Governor of B/aciness Castle, 
and Muster-Master-General of the liand Forces in 'Scotland.^^'^ Eld- 



est Son of the late Member^ not duly elected*-— d Duly, i^acted, -avd 
ought to have been returned.— 4 Made a Clerk Comptroller of^ xkt 
Board of Green Cloth ; a new Writ ordered, NoyepSbeV26, i^79> 
he was re-elected. — 5 Brother to the Earl of Hofietoitn t « Gapttin of 
I>ragoons^^ made a-Major, and afterwards a Lieutenant-Colottel of • 
Regiment of Foot. 

• Pari. 13. Jamet Dundas, esq. petitioned ; renewed the id Session. 
On the 27th of March 1770, the Chairman of the Coinmlttee report- 
ed, that the Petitioner was duly elected, and ought to have been re- 
turned. The Return amended accordingly. 



' Brother to the Earl of Hopetoun j a Colonel in the Army, aft J 
Lieutenant-Governor oi Edinburgh Castle. 



l»AftLIAMEKTARV REGlStift^ ^# 



Pari No, 291. Orkney and Shetland Stewartrij. 

1 1 James Douglas, esq.* 

12 Sir James Douglas, kt.* 

13 Thomas Dundas, esq.^ 
Thomas Dundas, jun. esq,^ 

14 Thomas Dundas, jun. esq.* 

15 Robert Baikie, esq.^ 
Charles Dundas, esq.^ 

16 Thomas Dundas, jun. esq.^ 

17 John Balfour, esq.' 

18 Robert Honyman, esq.'* 



1 Robert Honyman, esq.' 

2 Robert Honyman, esq. 
8 Robert Honyman, esq^ 



" A Captain in the Navy j knighted in 1759.— « Made a Rear'^ 
Admiral of the White. — 3 Brother to Sir Laurence Dundas^ bart. ^ 
made a Gentleman of the Police in Scotland \ a new Writ ordered, 
December 2.1, 1770. — 4, Son of the late Merobar \ a Captain in the 
Army \ made a Major in the Army. — 5 Made a Lieutenant- Colonel 
ID the Army.— ^ Not duly elected. — 7 Second Son oi Thomas Dun- 
dast esq. \ a Counsellor at Law ; duly elected, and ought to have 
been returned.—® A Colonel in the Armyw;— 9 Made Major-Comman- 
dant of the Orkney Corps of Fencible Infant jy.—^o A Lieutenant in 
the Navy ^ made a Master and Comabaoder in 1797. 

Pari. 12^ Patrick liohy mart ^ esq. petitioned, but. afterwards rc- 
^aested leave to withdraw it, to which the Heuse agreed. 

Pari. 15. Charles Dundas, esq. petitioned. On the i2th.of Fe- 

brtiary 178 1, the Chairmaii of the Committee appointed to try this 

Contested Election, reported to the House, that the Petitioner warf 

tduly elected, and ought to ha^e bieen returned, and that the sitting 

.^Member was not duly elected. The Return amended atcordingly. 

Pari- i^. Thomas Dundds^ esq. petitioned. On the 
^791, the Chairman of the Cotn«6itte^ that tried this contested Elec- 
'^ion. repotted to the Hou^e, that the sitting Membei" was duiy 
elected. 

Jf A Captain ip the Navy. 

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S86 PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER* 



Pari. , No. 292. Peebles County. 

1 1 John Dickson, esq. 

1 2 John Dickson, esq.' 
Adam Hay, esq. 

13 James Montgomery, esq.* 

14 James Montgomery, esq.^ 
Adam Hay, esq.* 

Sir Robert Murray Keith, kb.^ 

15 Alexander Murray, esq.* 
Alexander Murray, esq.^ 

1 6 David Murray, esq.* 

17 William Montgomery, esq.^ 

1 8 William Montgomery, esq. 

I I James Montgomery, esq.* 

2 James Montgomery, esq.* 

3 Sir James Montgomery, bart. 



I Died, a new Writ ordered, December 3, 1767. — * Lord Advo- 
cate for Scotland. — 3 IVtade Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Ex- 
chequer in Scotland ; a new Writ ordered. May 25, 1775-— 4 Died, 
a new Writ ordered, November 1775. — 5 His Majesty's Ambassador 
£xtrBordinary and Plenipotentiary at Vienna^ and a Colonel in the 
Army; made a Major-General in 1777. — ^ His Majesty's Solicitor- 
General for Scotland; made a Lord of Session and Justiciary ; a new 
Writ ordered, February 28, 1783 — 7 Nephew of Lord Elibanh^ 
now Lord Elibank, — 8 Brother of the late Member, — 9 A Lieuten* 
ant in the Army ^ made successively a Captain and Major in the 
Army. 



I Eldest Son of Sir James Montgomery ^ bart. j succeeded his Fa- 
ther as Baronet.— 2 Made Lord z^dvocaic for Scotland ; anew Writ 
ordered, January 15, 1805, be was re-chosen. 



tARLIAMENtARY ItEGIStBkf S8^ 



JParl: No. 293* Perth County. 

1 1 Lord John Murray.' 
J 2 John Murray, esq.* 
David Graeme, esq.* 

13 David Graeme, esq.* 
James Murray, esq.^ 

14 James Murray, esq.^ 

15 James Murray, esq.^ 

16 James Murray, esq. 
i7 James Murray, esq.* 

Thomas Graham, esq.* 
18 Thomas Graham, esq. 

1 Thomas Graham, esq.' 

2 Thomas Graham, esq. 

3 Thomas Graham, esq. 



< Brother to the Duke of Atbole^ and Colonel of a Highland Re- 
giment of Foot ; made a Major- General in 17559 and a Lieutenant- 
General in 1758.—-* Nephew and Son-in-law to the Duke of Atbole ; 
succeeded his Uncle as Duke pf Athote ; a new Writ ordered, Feb. 
17, 1764.— 3 Secretary to the Queen ; Colonel of a Regiment of 
Foot, and a Major-General \ made Comptroller of the Queen's House- 
hold.-— 4 Made a Lieutenant- General in 1772 ^ made Steward of the 
three Cbiltern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ; a new Writ 
ordered. May 6, 1773. — 5 Brother to the Duke of Atbole \ has st 
Company in the Guards, and Governor of Vpnor Castle ; made Co« 
loncl of a Regiment in 1776.—^ Made Governor of Tort William in 
Scotland, — 7 Made a Major- General.— ^ Made a Lieutenant- General 
in 1793 \ died, a new Writ ordered, March 24, 1794.— 9 Lieuten'- 
ant-Colonel-Commandant of a Regiment of Foot. 



' Colonel of the 90th Regiment of Foot. 

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388 . PARLIAMBNTARY RBGISTEH. 



Pari, No. 294. Renfrew Coiifity. 

1 1 William Mure, esq. 

1 2 Patrick Crauford, esq. 

13 William M*Dowall, esq. 

14 John Craufiird, esq.' 

15 John Schaw Stewart, esq.* 
William M'Dowall, esq. 

1 6 William M'Dowall, esq.^ 
John Schaw Stewart, esq. 

1 7 John Schaw Stewart, esq. 

1 8 Boyd Alexander, esq. 



1 Boyd Alexander, esq^. 

2 William Macdowall, esq. 

3 William Macdowall, esq. 

I Chambcriam of the County of Fj^.—* Made Stcw ari rftfae 
three Chiltern Hundreds in the County oi Buch'ngbam i a oew Writ 
ordered, July 15, 1783. — 3 Made Steward of the three' Cbilt'^^ 
Hundreds in the County of Buckingham ,• a new Writ -ordered^ ]^1 

J 786. 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 389 



Pari. No. 295. RossCoin^. 

1 1 Kenneth Mackenzie, esq/ 

1 2 Honble. James Stuart Mackenzie.* 

13 Honble. James Stuart Mackenzie. 

14 Honble. James Stuart Mackenzie. 

15 John Mackenzie, esq^^ 

1 6 Francis Humberstone Mackenzie. 

17 William Adam, esq.* 

Francis Humberstone Macken^ie.^ 

18 Sir Charles Ross, bart.* 

1 Sir Charles Ross, bart.' 

2 Sir Charles Ross, bart.* 

3 Alexander Mackenzie Fraser, esq.' 

' Conmonlj called Lord Fortrose^ as Heir to the attainted Earl 
oC jtfMI^^^.-.-^ Brother to the Earl of Bute ; made Lord Keeper of 
thf.jri^vy Seal of Scotland \ a new W^rit ordered^ April i8« i';6|« 
li»5nM ••r^lQCte4 9 again appointed to the flame Office^ a new Writ, 
oi ii f. e d» NMwmber ii, 1765, he was le-elfctcdv-r-^ C^mmooly cgl- 
M Xml iftfr/W» as Heir to the attainted %xit\^i Crqmitrty ^ C<pjiei«i 
nel o£ ft liighknd Regiment of Foot» and a Major*General.-r4-A 
ConncelkHr at Law \ made Steward of the three Chilterm Hnnd%€4s 
HI the Conbty o£ Buckingham \ a new Writ ordered. Match 1794.-^ 
S Lieuleaant-Celonel-Commandant of a Regiment of Fencible in-* 
fantty \ made Lord Lieutenant of the County, el Rou^ May 1794 9 
October a6, 17979 created Lord Seaforth olKintail.'^^ A Lieuten- 
ant^Colonel in the Army on Half-pay, 



' A Major-Generalin the'Army.— * Made Colonel of a Regiment 
of Foot.— 3 A Lieutenant- General, and Colonel of the 78th Regiment 
of Foot. 



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30Q Parliamentary kegistek. 



Pari. No. 296. Roxburgh County. 

II Walter Scott, esq. 
32 Walter Scott, esq.' 
Gilbert Elliot, esq.' 

13 Rl. Honble. Sir Gilbert Elliot, bart.' 

14 Rt. Honble. Sir Gilbert Elliot, bart.* 
Sir Gilbert Elliot, bart.^ 

15 Sir Gilbert Elliot, hart. 
I G George Douglas, esq.* 

17 Sir George Douglas, bart. 
1 3 Sir George Douglas, bart. 



1 Sir George Douglas, bart. 

2 Sir George Douglas, bart. 
S John Rutherford, esq. 



■ Made Rrceiver and Cashier of the Excise m Scotland ; anew 
Wrii ordered, May 32, 1761;.— ^ Eldest Son of Sir Gi/bert FMiot. 
bart.of iMfWo; Treasurer of the Chamber ; before In this Parlia- 
ment for the County of fie/kirk ; made Keeper of the Signet for Seel- 
land ; a new Writ ordered, January 16, 1767, he was re-elected; 
succeeded his Father as Earoiiet in Apiil 1766 — 3 Made Treasurer 
of the Navy ; a new Writ ordered, March 8, 1770, he was re-elect- 

ed 4 Died, anew Writ ordered, February 1777.— 5 Eldest Son of 

the deceased Member i in this Parliament before for Morfjeth.— 
? Eldest Won of Admiral Sir 'jamcs Doughs, bart.; a Lieutenant in 
the Foot Guards; cucceeded his Father as Baronet in Nov. 1787, 



l.TTKItiUftJI Ilia liriWi. 



PARLIAMENTARY REOISTER. 4191 

ParL No. 297. Selkirk County. ' 

1 1 Gilbert Elliot, esq.' 

12 Gilbert Elliot, esq.* 
John Pringle, esq. 

IS John Pringle, esq. 

14 John Pringle, esq. 

1 5 John Pringle, esq. 

1 6 John Pringle, esq.^ 
Mark Pringle, esq.* 

17 Mark Pringle, esq. 

1 8 Mark Pringle, esq. 



1 Mark Pringle, esq. 

2 John Rutherfurd, esq. 

S William Elliot Lockhart, esq. 



< Eldest Son of Sir Gilbert Elliot of Minto^ bart. \ made a Com- 
mbsioner of the Admiralty % a new Writ ordered, December 2, 1756, 
he was re-elected.— -^ Made Treasurer of the Chamber \ a new Writ 
ordered, June 2, 1762, he was re-elected ; made Steward of the 
three CbUtern Hundreds in the County of Buckingbam ; a new Writ 
ordered, May 22, 1765, he was rechosen for the County oi Rox* 
burgb.'^^ Made Steward of the three Qbiitern Hundreds in the Coun-^ 
ty of Buckingbam \ anew Writ ordered, March 25, I786>.— 4His 
Majesty^s Chamberlain and Receiver of the Crown Rents of the Fo- 
rest of Eiterick, 



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3QS Parliamentary registes. 

Pari. No. 298. Slirhng Coiuiiy. 

11 James Campbell, esq.' 

12 James Campbell, esq * 

13 Thomas Dundas, esq.' 

14 Thomas Dundas, esq. 

15 Thomas Dundas, esq.* 
i6 Sir Thomas Dundas, bart. 
17 Sir Thomas Dundas, bart.* 

Robert Graham, esq. 
}8 Honble. Sir George Keith Elphinstone, k 

1 Honble. Charles Elphinstone.' 

2 Honble. Charles Elphinstone Fleming.* 

3 Honble. Charles Elphinstone Fleming. 

' Eldest Son of Sir James Lhingilone, bart. ; changed liis Narap 
to Campbell, agreeable to the Will of his Uncle Sir •James Campbell 
■ of Arkinglosi, bart.— J Made Governor of ibe Castle of Stirling ; a 
(ic;v Writ ordered, December 13, 1763, he was re-elected, — 3 Onlj 
Son of Sir Laurence Dundas, bart.— 4 Succeeded his Father as Ba- 
ronet in October 1781. — S Made Lord Lieutenant of the Stewartry 
oi Orkney and Z«/oWin May 1794, and In August 1794, he was 
created Lord Dundai, Baron Dundas of jiske in the Couniy of 2'ori, 
and the Speaker issued his Warrant 10 the Clerk of the Crown to make 
out a new Writ, August 1794.— ^ Uncle to Lord Elphinstone; 
Vice- Admiral of the Blue Squadron of his Majesty's Fleet, and Trea- 
surer and Comptroller of ihe Household to his Royal Highness ihe 
Duke of Clarence ; created Lord Keilh in the Kingdom of Ireland. 

Pari. 17. 'S\x Alexander Campbell, bart. and several of ihe Free- 
luilders petitioned against Sir Ibama! Dundas''s Election. On the 
14th of March 1791, the Chairman of ihe Committee that tried thii 
contested Electiori reported to the House, that the silling Member 
va? duly elected, and that neither the Petitions given in, or Sir 
Ihamas Dundas''! Opposition to them, were frivolous or vexatious. 

Par!. 18. Robert Belches, tsq. petitioned; he dying soon after, 
leave was asked to withdraw the Petition, which the House granted, 
December 21, 1796. 

I Brother to Lord Elphinstone ; a Captain in the Navy.— 2 Found 
^uty elected, April 1804. 

Pari. 3. Sir S. Abercromby, K,B, petitioned. The silting Mem- 
ber found duly elected. 



VAfttUKSKTAltlr ttlOI8Tia«- 9^ 



Pari No. 299. Sutherland County i 

1 1 Honble. George Mackay." 

12 Honble. Alexander Mackay.* 

13 Honble. James Wemyss.' 

14 Honble, James Wemyss^ 

15 Honble. James Wemyss. 
i6 William Wemyss, esq.* 

James Grant, esq.^ 
If James Grant, esq. 
18 Jame$ Grant, esq. 



1 James Grant, esq.' 

2 Rt. Honble. William Duhdas.* 
S Rt. Honble. Willian^ Dundas. 



^mim 



} Brother to Lord Reay ; made Master of the Mint iff ScotianJ ; 
a new Writ ordered, Pecember 2, 1756, he was re-elected.—* &i- 
cond Brother to Lord Rieay ^ a Lieutenant-Polonel in the Army ; 
made Colonel pf a Regiment of Foot.— 3 Third Son of the late £arl 
of W§mjss } a Lieutenflint in the p«}avy.— 4 Eldest Son of the late 
Member ; a Major m the Army ; made Deputy Adjutant General 
^r JVor^ firUifia i made Steward of the three Cbiltern ¥lundre4i in 
the County of Bufkingbam ; a qew Writ ordered. May 17S7, he 
was re-ele5:ted for the County of Ftfe*-^S A J^ieutenant-General in 
the Army, and Colonel of the 55tli Regiment of Foot j in 1789 made 
Goycrnor of Sfitftng Castle. 

Pari. 17. Robert Bruce ^ JEneas McLeody and Robert Home Gor- 
^on^ esqrs. petitipned. The Chairman of the Committee that tried 
this Election reported to the House, that the sitting Member was 
jduly elected, 1792. 



^ A General in the Arrny ; Colonel of the iith Regt. of Foot, and 
iGovcmor of Stiriing Castle,'-^'^ A Counsellor at Law, and a Com- 
missioner for East India Affairs ; made Secretary at War \ a new 
\\^rit ordered, May 15, 1804, he was re- elected. 




FARLIAMENTARV REGISTER. 



Part. No. 300. Wigton County. 

1 1 John Stewart, esq. 
J 2 John Hamilton, esq.' 
James Murray, esq. 

13 James Murray, esq. 

14 Honble. Keith Stewart.* 

15 Honble. Keith Stewart. 

16 Honble. Keith Stewart.' 
Andrew M'Dowall, esq. 

17 Andrew M'Dowall, esq. 

18 Honble. William Stewart.* 



1 Honble. William Stewart.' 

2 Andrew M'Dowall, esq. 
William Maxwell, jun. esq. 

3 William Maxwell, jun. esq. 



' Made Steward of the Manor of Old Sbareham in the County of 
Suuex; a new Writ ordered, February 22, 1761. — » Brother lo 
ific Earl of GalloVJay ; a Captain in the Navy. — 3 Made Receiver- 
General of the Land Tax in Scotland ; a new Writ ordered. August 
J, 1784. — 4 Second Son of the £arl of Galhway; a Lieutenant- 
Colonel ill the Army. 

Pari. 12. Jame-i Murray, esq. pelitloued. On the 22d of Febru- 
ary i~,6i he requested leave to withdraw it, to which the House 
ag e;d. 

Pari. 16. 7bamas Gnldie, esq. petitioned against Mr McDowali's 
Election. On the i8th of February 1785, the Chairman of the Com- 
mittee that tried this contested Election, reported to the Huuse, that 
the silting Member was duly elected. 



I Son of the Earl of Gal/oiuay \ a Colonel in the Array — = Made 
Sicward of the three Cbiliern Hundreds ; a new Writ ordered, March 
20, iMdj, 

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Pari. No. 301. Edinburgh Cify. 

1 1 William Alexander, esq. 

12 George Lind, esq/ 
James Courts, esq.* 

13 Sir Lawrence Dundas, bart. 

14 Sir Lawrence Dundas, bart. 

15 William Miller, esq.^ 

Rt. Honble. Sir Lawrence Dundas, bart.* 
James Hunter Blair, esq.* 

16 James Hunter Blair, esq.^ 
Sir Adam Ferguson, bart. 

17 Rt. Honble. Henry Dundas.^ 

18 Rt. Honble. Henry Dundas. 

1 Rt. Honble. Henry Dundas. 

2 Rt. Honble, Henry Dundas.' 
Charle$ Hope, esq.* 
Honble. George Abercrombie.^ 

3 Sir Patrick Murray, bart. 



' Mad^ Conservator of the Privileges of the Scois Nation in the 
Netberiands \ a new Writ ordered, February 19, 1762.— * A Ban** 
ker in London. — 3 Not duly elected. — 4 Duly elected, and ought to 
have been returned ; died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant for a 
new Writ to the Clerk of the Crown, October 12, 1781.— SA Ban- 
ker in Edinburgh. — ^ Made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds 
in tlie County of Buckingham ; a new Writ prdered, August 19, 
1784.— 7 Treasurer of the Navy ; made one of his Majesty's Princi- 
pal Secretaries of State ; a new Writ ordered, June 8, 1791, he was 
re-elected \ appointed a Commissioner of Affairs in the East Indies ; 
a pew Writ ordered, June 20, 1793, he was re-elected. 

Pari. 12. Sir Lawrence I}uadas, bart. petitioned, and on the 22d 
of March 1781, the Chairman reported to the House, that the Pe- 
titioner was duly elected, and ought to have been returned. The 
Return amended accordingly. 



? Lord Privy Seal for Scot/and; created Lord Melville oi Melville 
in the County oi Edinburgh; a new Writ ordered^ December 24, 

1802. 



385 PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 

Pari. No. 292. Peebles Coiinly. 

11 John Dickson, esq. 

12 John Dickson, esq.' 
Adam Hay, esq. 

1 3 James Montgomery, esq." 
I'l' James Montgomery, esq.' 

Adam Hay, esq.* 

Sir Robert Murray Keith, kb.^ 

15 Alexander Murray, esq* 
Alexander Murray, esq.' 

1 6 David Murray, esq.* 

17 William Monigomery, esq.* 

18 William Montgomery, esq. 

; I James Montgomery, esq.' 

2 James Montgomery, esq.* 

3 Sir James Montgomery, bart. 



' Died, a new Writ ordered, December 3, 1767. — * Lord Advo- 
cate for Scolland.—i IVlade L.ird Chief flaron of the Court of Ex- 
chequer in Sal land ; a new Writ ordered, May 25, 1775 — 4 Died, 
B new Writ ordered, November 1775. — S His Majesty's Ambassador 
iixtraordinary and Plenipotentiary at Vienna, and a Colonel in the 
Army ; made a Major-General in 1777—^ His Majesty's Solicitor- 
General for Seal/and i made a Lord of Session and Justiciary ; a new 
Writ ordered, February 28, 1783 — 7 Nephew of Lord Eliboii, 
now Lord Elihank.—i Brother of the late Member.— 9 A Lieuten- 
ant in the Aticy ; made successively a Captain and Major in the 
Army. 



Eldest Son of Sir James Montgomery, bart. ; succcerled hif Fs- 
34 Baronet. — i Made Lord Jidvoca.e for Scotland i a new Writ 
:red, January 15, 1805, he was re-chosen. 



Parliament* ART REoistBkf S8^ 



Pari: No. 293* Perth County. 

1 1 Lord John Murray.' 

12 John Murray, esq.* 
David Graeme, esq,* 

13 David Graeme, esq.* 
James Murray, esq.^ 

14 James Murray, esq.^ 

15 James Murray, esq.^ 

16 James Murray, esq. 
i7 James Murtay, esq.* 

Thomas Graham, esq.* 
18 Thomas Graham, esq. 

1 Thomas Graham, esq.' 

2 Thomas Graham, esq. 

3 Thomas Graham, esq. 



< Brother to the Duke of Atbole^ and Colonel of a Highland Re- 
giment of Foot ; made a Major- General in 1755, and a Lieutenant- 
General in 1758.—* Nephew and Son-in-law to the Duke of Atbole ; 
Succeeded his Uncle as Duke qf Athote ; a new Writ ordered, Feb. 
17, 1764.— 3 Secretary to the Queen ; Colonel of a Regiment of 
Foot, and a Major-General \ made Comptroller of the Queen^s House- 
hold.— -4 Made a Lieutenant- General in 1772 ; made Steward of the 
three Chiitern Hundreds in the County oi Buckingham ; a new Writ 
ordered. May 6, 1773. — 5 Brother to the Duke of Atboie\ has si 
Company in the Guards, and Governor of Upnor Castle ; made Co« 
2oncl of a Regiment in 1776.—^ Made Governor of Fort William in 
Scotland. — 7 Made a Major- General.-— ^ Made a Lieutenant- General 
*^ '793 > ^icd, a new Writ ordered, March 24, 1794,— 9 Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel-Commandant of a Regiment of Foot* 



Colonel of the 90th Regiment of Foot, 

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Pari. No. 80S* Burghs of Inverness^ Forres^ yTaim, 

and Fortrose. 

1 1 John Campbell, esq. 

12 Sir Alexander Grant, bart. 

13 Hector Munro, esq.' 

14 Hector Munro, esq.* 

15 Sir Hector Munro, kb,^ 

16 Sir Hector Munro, kb,^ 

17 Sir Hector Munro, kb. 

18 Sir Hector Munro, kb. 



1 Sir Hector Munro, kb.' 

Alexander Penrose Gumming Gordon, esq. 

2 George Gumming, esq.* 

3 Francis William Grant, esq.^ 



< Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army. — ^ Made a Colonel in the Ar- 
my in August 1777 ; made a Knight of the Bath in 1780.— 3 Barrack- 
master General for Scotland \ made a Major-General in 1782.-*- 
4 Made Colonel of a Regiment of Foot \ made a Lieutenant- Gene- 
ral in October 1793^ 

Pari. 13. Sir j^lexander Grant, bart. and the Delegates of the 
two Boroughs who voted for him, petitioned, but they afterwards 
requested leave to withdraw it, to which the House consented. 



' A General in the Army, and Colonel of the 42d or Royal Regi- 
ment of Foot 5 made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds \ a new 
Writ ordered, November 24, 1803. — > Brother to the late Member ^ 
a Merchant oi London, — 3 Son of Sir James Grant y bart. 

Pari. 2. Sir Hector Munro ^ K.B, petitioned. The Petition with- 
drawn. 



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farL No. 304, Burghs of Eighty CuUen^ BanJT^ 

Inverury^ and Kintore^ 

11 William Grant, esq.* 
Andrew Mitchell, esq.* 

12 Andrew Mitchell, esq. ^ 

13 Sir Andrew Mitchell, KB.* 
Thomas Lockhart, esq.* 

14 StaatsLong Morris, esq.* 

15 Staats Long Morris, esq.^ 

1 6 William Adam, esq.* 

17 Alexander Brodie, esq. 

1 8 Alexander Brodie, esq. 

; 1 Alexander Brodie, esq. 

2 Francis William Grant, esq.* 

3 George Skene, esq. 

' Lord Advocate for iSroz/nff J ^ made a Lord of Session and Justici- 
ary m Scotland 'y anew Writ ordered, December 2, 1754.— « His 
Majesty^s Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of 
Prussia.'^S Made a Knight of the Bath in . — 4 Died, a new 
Writ ordered, February 1771.— 5 A Counsellor at Law.— ^ A Colo* 
nel in the Army; made a Major-General in August 1777; made 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot in August 1778.— 7 Made a Lieuten* 
ant-General in November 1782. — ^ A Counsellor at Law. 

^ Son o{ Sir James Grant i a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army. 



400 PARUAIIENTART RSOISTXK* 



Pari. No. SOS. Burghs of Aberdeen^ Montrose^ Brechin^ 

InverberviCy and Aberbrothock. 

i 

1 1 David Scott, esq. 

12 David Scott, esq." 
Sir John Lindsay, kt.* 

1 3 Honble. Thomas Lyon.^ 

1 4 Honble. Thomas Lyon. * 
Adam Drummond, esq.* 

15 Adam Drummond, esq. 

16 Sir David Carnegie, bart. 

1 7 Alexander Callendar, esq.^ 
Alexander Allardyce, esq. 

1 8 Alexander Allardyce, esq. 



1 James Farquhar, esq." 

2 James Farquhar, esq. 

S Honble. John Ramsay.* 



Mlta 



^ Died, a new Writ ordered, December lo, 1766.— > A Captain 
in the Navy.— 3 Only Brother to the Earl of ^/rtf/Aiwor^.— 4 Made 
Steward of the Manor of East Hendred in the County of Berks \ a 
new Writ ordered, 1778.-^5 A Banker in London \ in this 

Parliament before for $t Ives.-^^ Died, a new Writ ordered, April 
1792. 



' Deputy Register of the Diocese and Archdeaconry of Rochester, 
— * Brother to the Earl of Daibousie^ and to the Member for For' 
farshire*^ a Major in the Army. 



»A&UAMSKTA&Y,aBGI$TJS&*r .401 



Pari No. 306. Burghs ^ Forfar y Perthyr DundeCy 
and Cupar y andilw Cityof SL Andrew^ ^^ 

11 Honble. Thomas Leslie-' . ; r . . .^ 

12 George Dempster, esq.* V* 

13 William Pulteney, esq*^ < ']., 
George Dempster, esq. . 

14 George Dempster, esq. .. . • 

1 5 George Dempster, esq,, 

16 George Dempster, esq* 

17 George Murray, esq.* 
David Scott, esq.^ 

18 David Scott, esq. 



1 David Scott, esq. 

2 David Scott, esq." 

Sir David Wedderburn, hart* 

3 Sir David Wedderburn, bart; 






^ Second Brother to the Earl of i?o/A^i;.Barrackm^stcr- General 
for Scotland.-^ Made Secretary to the Order of . the Thistle ; 9 new 
Writ ordered, December 18', 176"^, he was te*^lecicd.*-'i Made his 
Election for the County of Cromnrty ; a new Writ ordered, March 
3, 1769. — 4 Uncle to the Duke of Athole.\ a. Captain in the Navy % 
made a Colonel of Marines in February 1793 ; made Rear- Admiral 
of the jVVbite in February 1794, and Vice- Admiral of the White iii 
1795 ?' ni^de Steward of the thrc6 Cbiltern Hundreds va the Countj 
o\ BuchinghQm ; a new Writ ordered, March 4, 1796.-7-5 A Direc- 
tor of the EOiSt India Cgmpanyr) in this Parliameiit before for the 
County, of T<?r/ir. 

iParl. 13. Robert Mackintosh^ esq. petitioned; but afta*wardi re- 
quested leave to'withdraw it, to which the Housd agreed. 



I Dicfd, ^nd the Speaker issued his* Warrant to the Clerk of the 
Crown to make a new Writ, 1805. 

ttoti. w;] 35 d 



40e yARLIAIMHTAilT RlOIi^TSHV 



Pari No. S07. Bu7*ghs ofCrail^ Kilrennyj^ AnstnUlier 
Easter^ Anstruther Wester^ and Fittenweem. 

1 1 Sir Henry Erskine, bart.' 

12 Sir Henry Erskine, bart/ 
Sir John Anstruther, bart.^ 

IS Sir John Anstruther, bart. 

14 Philip Anstruther, esq.* 
Honble. George Damer, esq*^ 

15 Sir John Anstruther, b«ut/ 
John Anstruther, esq.^ 

1 6 John Anstruther, esq. 

17 Sir John Anstruther, esq. 
Robert Anstruther, esq.* 
William Dundas, esq.^ 

18 John Anstruther, esq.*^ 
Alexander CampbelC esq." 

i Alexander Campbell, esq.' 
2 Alexander Campbell, esq. 
8 ELigbt Honble. Sir John Anstruther, bart.' 



■ r I I ■ I. ■■ < I 



> A Lieutenant-Colonel in the Anny ; dismissed the Service by 
order of the King, 1756.-—^ Made Keeper of the Private Roads ; a 
new Wilt ordered, July i, 17579 he was re*elected ; in October 
1760, he was restored to his Rank in the Army, and made a Major* 
General and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot ^ in 1762 made a Lieu- 
tenant-General, and in 1765 Colbnd of the ist or Royal Regiment 
of Foot ; made Secretary to the Order of the Thittle j a new Writ 
ordered. May 6, 1765, he was re-elected ; died, a new Writ ordered, 
Dec. ly, I765.-—-3 Hereditary Carver to his Majesty ixr ScotlamJ.'^ 
4 Eldest Son of Sir John Anstruther^ bart. ; a Lieutenant of Dra- 
goons J made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds % a new Writ. 
Ordered, November 20, 1777.— -5 £lde«t Son of Lord Mihon.^^ 
^ Made Steward of the three Cbiittrn Hundreds in tha County of 
Buckingham % a new Writ ordered, December 2, 1782.— 7 Second 
Son of Sir John Anstruther^ bart. ; a Counsellor at Law, and Re- 
ceiver of the Bishops' Rents in Scotland. — ^ Third Son of Sir John 
Anstruther^ bact. 5 made Steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds ia 

the 



PAKUAMskrAS:? ASOI8TUi# 403 



tbe County ai Buckingham j, a new Writ ordered, June 1794.— 9 A 
Counsellor at Law. — »o A King*s Counsel, and a IVe/jB Judge j ap- 
pointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort Wt'/'^ 
iiam ov Calcutta \n Bengal', a new Writ ordered., July 19, I797»""^ 
'' A Major-General, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. 

Pari. 12. Robert Alexander, esq. petitioned against the Election 
t)f Sir John Anstruther^ but afterwards requested leave to withdraw 
ity to which the House consented. 

Pari. 16. Lieutenant-Colonel ^jm^f ifo/rcrii^ petitioned, but af- 
terwards had leave to withdraw it. 



'A Lieutenant-General, July 1804; Colonel of the i3th Regi- 
ment of Foot. — « Brother to Sir Bbilip Anstruther^ bart. j lat^ Chief 
Justice ^t Madras. 



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4(M PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER* 



Pari No. 308* Burghs of Kirkcaldy, Kinghom, 

Bumtislandj and Dysart. 

1 1 James Oswald, esq/ 

12 James Oswald, esq* 

J 3 James Townshend Oswald, esq/ 

14 John Johnstone, esq. 

15 John Henderson, esq.^ 

1 6 Sir Charles Preston, hart. 

17 Honble. Charles Hope."* 

18 Sir James St Clair Erskine, bart.* 



1 Sir James St Clair Erskine, bart.* 

2 Sir James St Clair Erskine, bart.* 
Robert M Dallas, esq.^ 

3 Ronald C. Ferguson, esq.^ 



I A Commissioner of Trade and Plantations^ made a Commission- 
er of the Treasury; a new Writ ordered, December 19, 1759, ^^ 
•was re-elected ; made one of the Vice-Treasurers oi Ireland^ a new 
Writ ordered, April 11, 1763, he was re-elected j made a Privy- 
Counsellor. — * Only Son of the late Member ; made Secretary for 
the Leeward Islands \ a new Writ ordered, January 21, 1772, he 
was re-elected, — 3 Eldest Son of Sir *John Henderson^ bart. ; suc- 
ceeded his Father as Baronet in 1782. — 4 Second Brother to the 
Earl of Hopctoun ; a Captain in the Army j made successively a 
Major and Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army.— 5 A Colonel in the 
Army j a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army 5 Aide-de-Carop to the 
King, and Director of the Chancery in Scotland, 

Pari. 14. James Towns end Oswald, esq. petitioned ; not renewed 
the 2d Session. 

I Major General, and Colonel of the 9th Regiment of Horse 
Guards j Director of the Chancery in Scotland^ and Nephew and 
Heir of the Earl of Rosslyn. — * Succeeded his Uncle as Earl of 
Ross/yn ; a new Writ ordered, January 1805.—^ Chief Justice of 
Chester."^ A Colonel in the Army. 



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PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER* 405 



ParU No. 309. Burghs of Inverkeithing^ Duiifermline. 
Cidrossy Stirling^ andQueensferjy. 

11 George Haldane, esq/ 
Robert Haldane, esq. 

12 Francis Holburne, esq* 

1 3 James Masterton, esq.^ 

14 Archibald Campbell, esq.^ 

15 James Campbell, esq.^ 

16 James Campbell, esq.^ 

Sir Archibald Campbell, kb.^ 

17 Sir Archibald Campbell, kb.' 
Honble. Andrew Cochrane.^ 

18 Honble. Andrew Cochrane Johnstone/® 
William Tait, esq. 

< . •-== * •■•■•- 

1 Honble. Alexander Forrester Cochrane.' 

^ Honble. Alex. For. Cochrane.* ") r% / / d^# x^ 

2 Sir John Henderson, ban.* j ^''"^^ ^^^"^"- 

3 Sir John Henderson, bart. 



^ Has a Company in the Foot Guards ; maiderGgvepor of the Isl- 
ziidi o{ Jamaica 'y a new Writ ordered, Febri)ary- r, 1758.— * Vicc- 
Admiral of the Red. — 3 Made Barrackmaster-General in Scotland-^ 
a new Writ ordered, May 9, 1769, he was re*elccted.— 4 A Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel in the Army.— 5 Brother of the late Member; 
knighted in 1788. — ^ Made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds 
in the County of Buckingham 5 a hew Writ ordered, July 1789.— 
7 A Major-Gencral, and Colonel of a Regijment.of Foot.-r-^ Died, a 
new Writ ordered, April 4, 1791. — 9 Fourth il^rothcr to the Earl of 
Dundonaid \ a Major in the Aim^ ; afterwards made a Lieutenant- 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot ; took the Name of Johnstone \v\ this 
Parliament, on his Marriage with a Daughter of the. .Earl oiHope- 
toun.^^^^ Made Governor of the Island of Dominica ; a new Writ or- 
dered, March 3 r, 1797. 

Pari. 12. Alexander Wedderhurn^ esq. petitioned, but afterwards 
had leave to withdraw it. 

Pari. 14. ^\x Alexander Gilmour^ bart. petitioned, and also four 
Petitions from Electors cotnplaining of an undue £1ection and Re- 

D d 3 turn 



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PARLIAMIKTARY RBOXSTSR; 40? 



Wril ordered, May 24, 1^65, he was re-elected.-*3 Made Lord 
Clerk Register for Scoilana* anew Writ ordered, November 10, 
1768, he was re-elected«--r4 Chamberlain of the County of Fife.^^^ 
5 Lord Advocate for Scotland \ made Lord President of the Court of 
Session 10 Scotiand\ a new Writ ordered, January 27, 1790.«^ 
^ Chamberlain of the County of Fife, 

Pari. i8. Jarms Dunhp, esq, petitioned against Mr Craufitrd^i 
Election. 

' Not duly elected.—^ Duly elected, and ought to have been re- 
tuned. 

Pari. 2. Boyd Alexander^ esq. and the City of Kjldsgow^ tnd Bo« 
rough oi Rutberglen petitioned. The Committee that tried this Elec-* 
tion found, that Boyd Alexander^ esq. was duly elected, and ought 
to have been returned \ and that the Petitions were neither frivolous 
or vexatious. 

Pari. 3. petitioned against Mr CmnfbelPi 

Election. 



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408 rAIU.IAMXNTARYraEl£OIBTJER» 



Pari. No. 511. ^iirghs qfS^lhirk^ t^eelflei^ Lar^arh^ 

and Linlithgow.- ' ■ 

. : ;. f / I • i 1 '■ '• . ♦ 

. ■ ■ ■ • • » • . i» • I 

11 JohaMurray, e^. 

12 John Lockhart Ross, esq»». ' : 

13 John Lockhart Ross, esq.* . 
James Dickson, esq.^ 

Sir James Cockburne, bart.* 
14Sir.Janr^s Cockbprne, ba^t, 

15 Sir James Cockbuilie, bart.-*'' ^ *"• 

1 6 John Moore,, esq.^ 

17 William Grieve,. esq. . ''*.. * ;• * 

18 George, Vise. Stopford.^ 






V 



1 George, Viscount Stopford.' 

2 Wilham Dickson, esq.* 

3 Sir Charles Ross, bart.^ 



I A Captain in the Navy, — ^ Made his Election for the County of 
Lanark ; a new Writ ordered, November 29, 1768. — Z A Merchant 
in London ; died, and the Speaker issued his Warrant to the Clerk of 
the Crown to make out anew Writ, November I771.— 4 A Director 
of the East India Company^— ^5 'A Captain in the Army j made 
Major to a Regiment of Foot. — ^ Eldest Soti of the Earl oi Courtown 
in Ireland^ and Son-in-teiv to the Duke of Buccieugb. ' 



* Son of the Earl of Courtown in Ireland^ and Treasurer of his 
Majesty's Household. — 2 Lieutenant-Colonel of the 42d Regiment of 
Poot.— '3 A Major 'General, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. 



JParL No. 312. Haddingto?!, Dunbar, North Berzvick^ 

Lauder J and Jedburgh^ . 

2 1 Andrew Fleftcher, jun. esq.' 

12 Sir HewDalrytrfple, bart. 

13 Patrick Warrender, esiq.* ? ri i; » / 
Hon. John Maitland.3 ^ j Double Retvr^. ,,, 

14 Hon. Johii Maitland.* ' * 
Francis Charceris, esq.* 

15 Francis Charteris, esq. ^^ 

16 Francis Charteris, esq.^ 
William Fullarton, esq. - 

17 Hon. Thomas Maitland.^ : 

1 8 Robert Baird, esq. 



1 Honf Thomas Maitland.' 

2 Hon. Thomas Maitland.* 
John Dalrymple, esq.^ 
Hon. Henry Erskine.* 

S Hon. William Lamb.* 






* Auditor of the Exchequer in Scotland,'^'^ Eldest Son of Sir *John 
Warrender ^h^x\..\ a Lieutenant- Colonel of Dragoons ; made King's 
Remembrancer in the Court of Exchequer in Scotland \ a new Writ 
ordered, January 24, 1771, he was re-elected. — 3 Eighth Brother 
to the Earl of Lauderdale \ a Major of Marines \ he having inform- 
ed the House that he did not mean to contest the matter of the Double 
jR.eturn, the Clerk of the Crown was ordered to attend, and erase 
out his Name from the Return. — 4 Made Lieutenant-Colonel of a 
Regiment of Foot ; died at Savannah in North America \ a new 
Writ ordered, November 1779,-5 Only Son of the Honble. Francis 
Charteris^ and Grandson of the late Earl of ^i^/wyxj.— ^ His Father 
succeeding to the Earl of Wemyis in May 1787, he was then stiled 
Lord Klchoy and becoming thereby incapable of representing any 
place in Scotland in Parliament, a new Writ was ordered, May 1787. 
—7 Brother to the Earl of Lauderdale \ Lieutenant-Colonel of a 
Regiment of Foot. 

Pari. 13. Charles Ogtlvicy esq. petitioned against Mr Warrender'* s 
Re-electioQ. The Chairman of the Committee that tried the Merits 

•• ' • • ©f 



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419 PAfctlAMBKTAHy USaiBTEftt 



of this contefted Election, on the 19th of April 1771, reported to the 
House, that the sitting Member was duly elected. 

Pari. 14. Sir j^/exander Gi/mouTy bart. petitioned^ and also three 
Petitions from the Voters. On the 8th of May 177J1 tho Chairmafi 
of the Committee that tried this Election^ reported td the Houses 
that the sitting Member was duly elected. ^ 

Pari. 16. "George Jobnstonej esq. petitioaed. On the 
the Chairman of the Committee reported to the House, that the sitting 
Member was duly elected. 

Pari. 17. ^i///tf/» F»/Air/0/7, esq. petitioned. Ob the 
the Chairman of the Committee reported to the House, that the sTtting 
Member was duly elected, and that the Petition was fritroloos ttd 

vexatious. 



> Brother to the Earl of Lauderdale^ and Colonel of one of the 
West India Regiments, and a Major-General. — ^ Made one of the 
Commissioners of the Board for the Affairs of India » « new Writ 
ordered, August 12, 1803, he was re-elected ; appointed Cjoternbr* 
General of the Island of Ceyion ; a new Writ or^Bttd, Jakramy tj, 
1805 — 3 A Major in the Army \ made Steward rfthe three Cbliltem 
Hundreds 'j a new Writ ordered, March 17, i8c6.--^ Brotiher to the 
'E^xloi Bucban\ Lord Advocate for &0^((»ri/.«->-5 800 of Vhcount 
Melbourne %A Ireland. 



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Pmi. No. 318. Burghs <yf Duff^rie^ KirktudbtighU 
Sanguhilr^ Annan^ aitd Lochinaben^ 

1 1 Archibald Douglas, esq.' 
]l2 Thomas Miller, esq/ 

James Montgomery, esq.^ 
13 William Douglas, esq. 
)4 William Douglas, esq. 

16 Sir Robert Herries, kt.* 
|6 Sir James Johnstone, bt.^ 

17 Patrick Miller, j.un. esq.^ 

18 Honl^le. Alexander Hope.^ 



% VJ\\]izm Hop?, esq/ 
^ Charles Hope,^ esq/ 

George, Viscount Stopford/ 
S Honble. Henry Erskipe.^ 



I A Lieutenant-Colonel of Dfii|;o<tt6 ; n^de Aide-dm Camp to thf 
|Ling id 1756 ; made a Colboel bta Regidaent in I7|8y nid « Ntajor- 
General in i759*-^^ Lord' Advocate for Scotland % made Lord Jus* 
lice Clerk for ^roz/nW} a new 'Writ orderbd, April 289 17166.—- 
3 Lord Advocate for ScodaHd.'^ A Banker in London*^ A Lttu* 
^tenant- Colonel in the Anay on Hal£>pay.— ^ A Captain of 'Dragoons. 
^-—7 Brother to the Earl olHgpeioun^ a Lieutenant-Colonel of a Re- 
giment of Foot; made Xlieutenant-Colond otTinmmtb CassU in 

^797- 

» 

Farh i6« Sir Raiert ^terries, knt« ^itioned* 

J A Captain in the Nayy,*-^ Lotd Advocate for Scett^d \ made 
*^teward of the three Cbiitern Hundreds in Enchs • a new Writ order- 
"^^9 December 24, 1809.— 3 £ldest Son of the £arl QtC9nTtov3n\ 
TFreasnr^r of his Majesty** Household.— 4 Brother to the Earl of 
-^uehan and Lord Ersiiite ; Lord Advocatie for Scotland. 



412 ..PARLIAMENT'AjR.Y REOI3T£ll# 



Pari Noysu. Burglis of Wighn^ -Ncio^ ijfalloWe^r 
. Stranraer^ (md Whitehom. 

11 John Hamilton, esq. ^ [ ''•;'" ;/^"- "* -'^ 

12 Honble. Archibald Montgomery.* ^-- - /'. * '** \ '' ' 
Honble. Keith Stewart.* ' ' ^ : -^ v : ' / ■. 
John Hamilton, esq. •. ^^ ^ * :.>u w ...... 

IS George Augustus Selwyn. eisq;^ \ 7ijicu ii ^ :; // •. 
Chauncy Townsend, esq.* ^ • r^' '-^^"a i*" '"•J'^ ^ ^ -i 
William Stewart, esq. ' "* . -' ''m\w ^\X'^\o 

14 William Norton, esq.^ .. -.■ ^ . ' •• i rT HiM i!- ;. . T 
Henry Watkin Dashwobdjle^.^^^'^-*^'*'^ •' ' ' 

15 William Adam, esq.^ ►*^- - 
i6 William Dalrymple, esq.« j.^. ^.,, .j..^^, 

17 Nesbitt Balfour, esq.^ ,» / ^ ^^^^^^^ g;^", /.,, , / 

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1 John Spalding Gordon, esq. 

2 John Spalding Gordon^ esq.V 
Honble. "William Stewart.* - 
James 0?aham, esq.^ /' ' * 

S Honble. tdward Richard Stewart.''' 



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I Brother id' the Earl of EgiintounV Lieutenant- Colonel -C( 
mandant br a l^egimciTt of Highianderi^ and an< Equerry to t 
Q^ueen j made his Election for the County of ^yr \ a new Writ 
dcrcd, January 20, 1762.^ — * Second * Sod of tbi Earl .of Ga//ow<r 
a Captain in the Navy ; made Steward of the Manor oiOId Sborebi 
in the County of ^ttj/^AT J a new Writ ordered, March 16, 1762. 
3 Made his Ekotipn for the'C^y^^df ;GioAi^f//er ; a new" Writ ordcrc^ 
November 22,: 1768. — 4 A Merchant in London \ died, a new W ^"' 

ordered, April,6, 1770. — 5 EJdeg; Son of Sir Fletcher . JSor ion, k ^[ 

the Speaker in jast Parliament ; Minjster to the Swiss Cantons ; 
duly elected.— ^^ Eldest Son of Sir James Dashwood^ bart. ; 
elected, and ought to have been returned. — 7 Treasurer of the O - 
nance j again appointed to the same Office; a new Writ order 
April 9, 1783, he was re-eltctcd. — 8 Brother to the E-^rl oi Sta, 
a Major.Gcneral in the Army,— p Lieutenant-Colonel of a Rcgixn 




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of Foot, and Aid£-du-Campi to the ^ King ^ madei a Mj^or-General 
itodCblond ofea iegimentof Fo6tm 1793. •* ^•' -'^ 

Pari, 12. Hutcbiton Mure^ esq. petitioned, biit afterwards re- 
quested leave to wkhdi^wjt,. to' w,HI4hJtlwjHbu«ragfeedldn^ir I 




Pari. 14. Henry Wath 
of March 1775, the Chairmaii 
tested Election, reported to the Hodsfi^tlUMthe l^ltuflki'iivilfr duly- 
elected, and ought to have bee&.^^tur^e^ktf^.^^^diRfiitSK'S'M^^m- 
ber W^s not duly elected. I -.,... .'.;^ ^'.,;.,. t ...•{' . xArtA^ 

. » Appointed Steward of the tKfee Cbi/lern Hundneqs jja. heY,\Yjit 
drdered, June 28, 1803. — * Second *Son'trF the. Edrt^fptfAt't^i^ 
Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army ; ma^df Steward dftB^) A^e^hi/- 
tern Hundreds 5 a new Writ ordered, JjulyjiQ,' .l8SQpj'H»Ci)Iffithi4. Par- 
liament before for Cockermouth, — 4 Fifth Son of the Earl of Gaiio' 
way. ^"^ * 

Pari. 2. Vans j^gneWf esq. petitioned^ ' Theuttifi^l^itfter found 
duly elected, and the Petition not frivQltvttj oirV^JCafiog;^.) a^t,/ 

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Pari. No. 315. Barglis of Ayr, Irvine, ^hcs<^i 
Iiwerary^ and Campbeltown, 

11 Honble. James Stuart Mackenzie.' 

12 Lord Frederick Campbell.' 
Alexander Wedderbum, esq.' 

13 Honble. James Stuart.* 

14 Sir George Macartney, kt.* 
Honble. Frederick Stuart." 

15 &r Archibald Edmonstone, bart, 
i6 Sir Archibald Edi^onstone, bart, 
17 Honble. Charles Stuart.' 

John Campbell, esq." 



1 8 John Campbell, esq. 

1 John Campbell, esq.' 

2 John Campbell, esq. 
S John Campbell, esq. 



I Brother to tlie Earl of Buie.—^ Third Son to the Duke oi Jr. 
gyle ; mide his Election for the Burghs of Dumbarlon, &C. ; a new 
Writ ordered, November a8, 1761— 3 A Barrister at L;nv, and one 
ofh;s MaJMty's Counsellors at Laiv.— 4 Second Son of the Earl of 
Bule.—S Son-in-Uw to the Earl of Bute ; made Governor and Cap- 
tain-General of the Island* of Crenndo, Grenadines, &c. in the 
West Indies ; a new Writ ordered, \ 775.-6 Fourth Son <^ 

the Ear! of Bute,—! Third Son of the Earl of Bute j a Colonel in 
the Army ; made a Major General in October 1793 ; made Sleivard 
of the thice Cbi/lern Hundreds in the County of Buckingham; 3 new 
Writ ordered, May 10, 1794. — ^ A Counsellor at Law, 



» A Master in Chancery. 




PARUAMXNTAIIT RIOISTBR* SIS 



IRELAND. 



J^arL No.91$n Jntrim Conniy^ 

X Rt Hon. John Staples. Edmund A. M^Naghten, esq. 
SHcm. J B.StJohnO'Ndh' Edmund A. M'Naghten, esq. 
9 Hoiu J.B.StJohnO*Neil. Edmund A^ M'Naghten, esq.^ 

< Brother to Earl O^Neil\ a Captain in the Armj. 



ParL No. 317. Lisburn. 

1 George Hatton, esq. 

2 Francis, Earl of Yarmouth.' 

3 Francis, Earl of Yarmouth. 

' Only Son of the Marquis of Hereford. 



Pari:- No. 318. Belfast. 

1 Edward May, esq. 

2 Edward May, esq. 

3 Edward May, esq. 



Far. No. 319; Counfyf and Toivn of Cttrrickfergus^ 

1 Noah Dalway, esq. * 

2 Lord Spencer Chichester, t 
S Lord Spencer Chichester 



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Brother to the Marquis of Donegtit, 



416 PARLIAMENT ART KEOlSTEft* 



Park No. S20. Armagh County. 

1 Hon. Archibald Achesoiu! Rx>bert Camden Cope, esq. 

2 Hon. Archibald Acheson.^ Hon. Henry Caulfield.* 
5 Archibald, Vt. Acheson.* Hon. Henry Caulfield* » 

r ' r 

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» Eldest Son pf Vijcount Gosford.-^^ Bxx^tber to the. ,Earl pf 
Cbarlemont.-^ Stiled Lord Achfson from Februtrj ;t^o(^, bis Fathes 
baving been created Earl Gosfordm Ir eland. ^^ Succeeded his Fa- 
ther as Earl Gosfgrd^ January 1807 > a new Writ ordericdi February 
jp, 1807. 



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Pari. No. 321. Armagh Town. 

1 Patrick Duigenan, esq. lld.' 

2 Patrick Duigenan, esq. ll.d. 

3 Patrick Duigenan, esq. ll.d. 

I Vicar-General of the Metropolitan Court of Armagh^ and of the 
Consistorial Court of Dublin ; Judge of the Prerogative Court ; 
King^s Advocate-General of the High Court of Admiralty ; Vicar- 
General of the Dioceses of Meath and Elphin^ and King^s Professor 
of Common Law in Dublin. 



Pari. No. 322. Catherloiigh County^ 

1 William Burton, esq. Sir Richard Butler, bart* 

2 David Latouche,jun. esq.* Walter Bagnell, esq. 
S David Latouche, jun. esq. Walter Pagnell, esq. 

' t^ G0vernor of the County of Catberlougb. 



^A&LIAMBNTA&Y REGISTER* 



417 



Parh No. 323i Catherbugk Tozm, 

1 Charles Montagu OrmsbyJ esq. 
2 'Charles Montagu Ormsby, fesq.' 

George Symes, esq. 
3 Hon. Frederick Robinson.* 



< Knighted ; made Escheator of Munster ; a new Writ ordered, 
June i8o6, A Misrioiher in the Return prevented Mr Symes from 
taking his Seat in the House : on Representation of this, the Return 
was ordered to be produced, and Proof of the Misnomer being given^ 
tie Error was corrected, the proper Name inserted, and Mr Symes 
teok his scat.—- ^ tiroth^r to Lord Grdnthdm. 



PdvU 1^0. 824. Cavan County. 

1 Francis Saunderson, esq. Nathaniel Sneyd, escj. 

2 Francis Saunderson, esq, Nathaniel Sneyd, esq. 
8' John Barry, esq. Nathaniel Sneyd, esq. 



Pari. Ko. 325. Clare County. 

i Hon. trancis N. Burton.' Hugh Massey Dillon, esq. 

2 Hon. Francis N. Burton. Sir Edward O Brien, bart. 

3 Hon. Francis N. Burton. Sir Edward O'Brien, bart; 



^ Brother to Earl Conyngham. 
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418 PARLIAMENTARY RSOISTBR« 



ParU No. 326. Ennis Tczvn. 

1 John Ormsby Vandeleur, esq. 

2 Kt. Hon. James Fitzgerald. 

3 Rt. Hon. James Fitzgerald. 



Pari. No. 327: Cork' County: 

1 Henry, Vise. Boyle.* Robert U. Fitzgerald, esq. 

2 Henry, Vise. Boyle. Robert U. Fitzgerald, esq. 
S Henry, Vise. Boyle. Hon. George Pansonby.* 

' Only Son of the Earl of Sbannon.^^^ Brother to Lord Ponsonby 
of Imohely^ 



Pari. No. 328. Cork City. 

1 Montiford Longfield, esq.' Hon. Christ. H. Hutchinson.* 

2 Montiford Longfield, esq. Hon. Christ. H. Hutchinson. 

3 Montiford Longfield, esq. Hon. Christ. H. Hutchinson. 

' A Commissioner of his Majesty's Revenue in Ireland •'^^'^ Brother 
to the Earl of Donogbmore and Lord Hutchinson. 



Pari. No. 329. Youghall Tmm, 

1 Sir John Keane, ban. 

2 Sir John Keane, bart. 

3 James, Vise. Barnard.' 

I Eldest Son of the Earl of Bandonp 



PARLIAMBNTARV RKOIST£ll« 419 



ParL No. S30. Bandon Bridge Town. 

1 Sir Broderick Chinneiy, bart. 

2 Sir Broderick Chinnery, bart, 
S Hon. Courtenay Boyle/ 

* Brother tq the Earl of Corke and Orrery j a Captain in the Na- 



Pari. No. 331. Kifisale Towiu 

1 William Rowley, esq. 

2 Samuel Campbell Rowley, esqJ 
Henry Martin, esq. 

3 Henry Martin, esq. 

' Made Steward of the three Cbilteth Hundrtds ; a new Writ or- 
dered, April 1 9, 1^06. 



ParU No- SS2, Mallow Town. 

1 John Longfield, esq. 

2 Denham Jephson, esq. 

3 Denham Jephson, esq. 



ParL No. 333. Donegal County^ 

1 Henry V. Brooke, esq. Arthur, Vise. Sildley.' 

2 Sir James Stewart, bart. Arthur, Vise. Sudley. 

3 Sir James Stewart, bart, Henry Vaughan Brooke, esq. 

» Son of the Earl of j^rran, 

2e a 



420 rARLIAM£NTART EEOISTSR. 



PavL No. 334. Down County. 

1 Robert, Vt. Castlereagh.* Francis Savage, esq. 

2 Robert, Vt. Castlereagh.* Francis Savage, esq. ^ 
Hon. Robert Meade. ^ 

3 Hon. John Meade. ^ Francis Savage, esq. 

I Son of the Earl of Londonderry^ and President of the Board f«t 
the Management of the Affairs oi India* — « Made one of his Majesty's 
Principal Secretaries of State ; a new Writ ordered, July 12, 1805. 
•—3 Lieutenant- Colonel in the Army, and Brother to the £ari of 
CtanwUliam. — 4 Brother to the late Member, and Uncle to the Earl 
of ClanwUliam* 



Pari. No. S35. Nezv7y Town.. 

1 John Moore, esq. . 

2 Right Hon. Isaac Corry.' 

3 Hon. Francis Needham.* 

' Chancellor of the Exchequer in Ire/and ', a Lord of the Treasu* 
ry there, and Surveyor-General of the Crown Lands in Ire/and,-^ 
2 Brother to Viscount Kilmurry of Ireland \ a Lieutenant-General, 
and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. 

Pari. 3. Right Honble. Isaac Corry^ and others petitioned against 
Mr Needbam's Election, Ordered to be heard March 17^ 1807. 



Pari. Nq. 336. Doxonpatrick Toim. 

1 Samuel Campbell Rowley, esq. 

2 Charles Steward Hawthorn, esq. 

3 Edward Southwell Ruthven^ esq. 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 421 



ParL No* S37. County and Tozvn of Drogheda. 

1 Edward Hardman, esq. 

2 Edward Hardman, esq. 

3 Henry Meade Ogle, esq. 



ParL No. 338. Dublin County^ 

1 Hans Hamilton^ esq. Frederick J. Falkiner, esq. 

2 Hans Hamilton, esq. Frederick J. Falkiner, esq.* 

3 Hans Hamilton, esq. Frederick J. Falkiner, esq. 

/ 

I Colonel of a Regiment of Foot. 



Pari. No. 339. Dublin Ciii/. 

1 John C. Beresford, esq. Rt. Hon. George Ogle. 

2 John C. Beresford, esq/ John Latouche, jun. esq.^ 
Robert Shaw, esq.^ * 

3 Robert Shaw, esq. Rt. Hon. Henry Grattam 

^ Appointed Kscheator of MunsUr ; a new Writ ordered, Mar<;h 
i8» 1804.^^2 A Banker and Comptroller of the Post Office in the 
City oi Dublin.'^ A Banker in the City of Dublin, 

Pari. 3. petitioned against Mr Grattan^ at 

Mr Alderman Sbaw*s Election. Ordered to be heard, 1807. 

Ec3 



422 PARLIAMENTARY RIO|0TE|L1« 



Pari. No. 340. College of the Holy Trinity pf Dublin. 

1 Hon. George Knox, ll.d.' 

2 Hon. George Knox.* 

3 Hon. George Knox; 

I Son of Lord Viscount Northland,^^'^ Made one of tfae Lords of 
the . Treasury in Ireland ; a new Writ was issued, March i6| i8o^, 
lie was re-elected. 

Pari. 2. Mr P/unieti petitioned. The Chairman of the ConunSt- 
^ee that tried this Election, on April 29, 1803, reported^ that the 
sitting Member was dulj elected, and that the Petition Wat Mpt firi* 
V0I0U8 or vexatious. 



pari. No.34fl. Fermanagh County. 

1 J. Willoughby, Vt. Cole.* Mervyn Archdall, esq.^ 

2 J. Willoughby, Vt. Cole.^ Mervyn Archdall, esq. 
Hon. Galbraith L. Cole.^ 

3 Hon. Galbraith L. Cole. Mervyn Archdall, esq« 

I Eldest Son of the Earl of EnnishilUn.'^'^ Suceceded his Father 
as Earl o^ Enniskilien ; a new Writ ordered, June 1803.— 3 Brother 
to the Earl of Enniskillen ; a Colonel in the Army.— 4 A Governor 
of the County of Fermanagh ; a Colpnel in the Army, find Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel of the 1 2th Regiment oJFDragoont. 



PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER. 423 



Pari No. 24i2. Enniskillen Town. 

1 Hon. Arthur Cole Hamilton.' 

2 Rt. Hon. John Beresford.* 
William Burroughs, esq,^ 
John King, esq,* 
William Freemantle, esq. 

3 Nathaniel Sneyd, esq. 



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' Brother to the Earl of JE«/wj'i&i7/^fr.— « Made his Election for the 
County oi Waterfoni ', a new Writ ordered, December 8, 1802. — 
3 Created a Baronet of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and 
Ire/ami^ October 13, 1804 7 appointed a Puisne Jndge of the Su- 
preme Court of Judicature in Bengal y a new Writ ordered, Februa- 
ry 1806.— 4 One of the Secretaries of the Treasury ; made Steward 
of the Manor of East Hendred in Berkshire j a new Writ ordered, 
July 1806. — S Made choice to represent the County of Cavan j a new- 
Writ ordered, January 5, 1807. 



ParL No. 343. Galway County. 

1 Hon. Richard French. Richard Martin, esq. 

2 Hon. Richard French.* Richard Martin, esq. 
Dennis B. Daly, esq.* 

3 Dennis B. Daly, esq. Richard Martin, esq. 

' Eldest Son of Viscount Dunlo ; his Father being created Earl 
of Clancarty in January 1803, 1** ^'^ ^tw stiled Viscpunt Dunlo • 
a new Writ ordered, May 1805 ; made a Commissioner of the 
Board of Controul \ a new Writ ordered. May 17, 1804, he was 
re-elected.—^ In this Parliament for the Town of Galway\ made one 
of the Joint Mustermaster-Generak in Ireland 5 a new Writ ordered ^ 
April 18, 1806, he was re-elected. 

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Farl. No. 344. Galway Toxvn. 

1 John Brabazon Ponsonby, esq. 

2 Dennis Bowes Daly, esq.' 
James Daly, esq. 

3 James Daly, esq. 

I Made Escheator of Munster j a new Writ issued. May 1 805, 
he was chosen for the County of Galway . 



ParL No. 345. Kerry County. 

1 Rt. Hon. M.Fitzgerald.* James Crosbie, esq. 

2 Rt. Hoti. M. Fitzgerald. James Crosbie, esq. 

3 Rt. Hon. M. Fitzgerald. Henry Arthur Herbert, esq* 

? A Lord of the Treasury in Ireland. 



Park No. 346. Tralee Town. 

1 Arthur Moore, esq. 

'^ Rt. Hon. George Canning, esq.' 

Rt. Hon. Maurice Fitzgerald. 
3 Samuel Boddington, esq. 

JohnMetze, esq. 

Josias Dupre Porcher, esq. 

' Receiver- General of the Alienation OfEce ; appointed Treasurt 
of the Navy 5 a new Writ ordered, August 12, 1804, he re-clectc^^ 
— 2 Made his Election for tlie County of Kerry ; a new Writ ordci 

cd, January 1807. 



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Pari. No. 347. Kildare County. 

1 M.B.StLegerKeatinge,esqi John Latouche, esq. 

2 Lord Robert Fitzgerald.* Robert Latouche, esq. 
S Lord Robert Fitzgerald, Robert Latouche, esq. 

* Brother to the Duke of Leinster ; Envoy Extraordinarj and 
Plenipotentiary at the Court of Pdrtugai, 



Pari. No. 348. Kilkenny County. 

1 Hon. James W. Butler.' Rt. Hon. W. B. Ponsonby. 

2 Hon. James W. Butlen Rt. Hon. W. B. Ponsonby.* 

Hon. G. Ponsonby, jun.^ 

3 Hon. James W. Butler. Hon. Fred. Ponsonby.* 

* Brother to the Earl of Ormond. — ' Created a Peer of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland by the Title of Lord Ponson- 
by ol Irf^okiilj in the County of Corie; a new Writ ordered, March 
i8o6.— I Eldest Spn of Lord Ponsonby the late Member ; succeeded 
his Father as Lord Ponsonby^ immediately before the Dissolution of 
the third Imperial Parliament.*— 4 Brother to Lord Ponsonby. - 



Pari. No. 349. Kilkenny City. 

1 William Talbot, esq. 

2 Hon. Charley Harwood Butler.' 

3 Hon. Charles Harwood Butlen 

% Second Brother to the Earl of Ormonde, 



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426 i'ARLXAMEKTARY HfiGISTESL. 



Pari No. S50. King^s Counhf. 

1 Sir Laurence Parsons, bt/ Dennis Bowes Daly, esq* 

2 Sir Laureace Parsons, bt.* Thomas Bernard, esq. 

3 Rt/Hon. Sir L. Parsons. Thomas Bernard, esq. 

I A Governor of the King*s County. — » Made one of the Lorjs of 
the Treasury iii Ireland \ a new Writ ordered, March 169 1805, he 
vvas re-elected ; a Governor of the King^s County. 



ParL No. 351. Leitrim County - 

1 Nathaniel, Vt. Clements.' Rt. Hon. Theoph; Jones* 

2 Natfaani^, Vt. Clements.* Peter^Latouche, jun. esq. 
Henry L Clements, esq. 

3 Henry J Clements, esq. William Gore, esq.^ 

I Eldest Son- of the Earl of Leitrim,'^^ Succeeded his Father as 
Earl of Leitrim ; a Warrant issued by the Speaker tb the Clerk of 
the CrowD to make out a new Writ, August i8o4,— 3 Son of the 
Earl of -«45rri7«. 



ParL No. 352. Limerick County. 

1 Jojhn Waller, esq. William Odell, esq. 

2 Charles Silver Oliver, esq. William Odell, esq. 

3 Hon. Windham Quin.' William Odell, esq. 



I Eldest Son of Lord Adore. 



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tA&tXAMENTART REGISTEU^ 427 



Pari. . No. 353. Limerick City: 

1 Henry Deane Grady, esq, 

2 Charles Vereker, esq. 
8 Charles Vereker, esq. 



Pari. No. 354. Londonderry County. 

1 Hon. Chas. W. Stewart.' Sir George Fitzg. Hill, bt. 

2 Hon. Chas, W. Stewart. Lord George Beresford.* 
S Hon. Chas. W. Stewart. Lord George Beresford. 

X Socond Son of the Earl of Londonderry ; Lieutttiatlt-Colonel of 
the i8th Regiment of Dragoons.^— ^ Brc^her to the Marquk of Wa* 
' terford' a Major of Dragoons. 

Pari, 3. petitioned against the Election of 

die Honble. Charles Stewart and Lord George Beresford*, 



Pari No. 353. Londonderry City. 

1 Henry Alexander, esq. 

2 Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, bart. 
S Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, bart. 



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428 PA&LIAMEKTAR7 REGISTER*.' 



Pari. No. 356. Coleraine Borough. 

1 Walter Jones, esq. 

2 Walter Jones esq. 

3 Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, bart.' 
Walter Jones, esq. 

« Made his Election for the City of Londonderry \ a new Writ 
ordered, January 1807. 



Parh 'No. 35*7» Longford County. 

1 Sir T. Fetherstone, bt. Sir Wm. G. Newcomen, bt. 

2 Sir T. Fetherstone j bt. Hon. Tho. Newcomen,' 

6 Sir T. Fetherstone, bt, George John, Vt. Forbes.* 

I Son of Viscoantess Newcomen. '-^'^ Eldest Son of the Earl of 
Granard; a Captain in the Army. 



Pari. No. 358. Louth County: 

1 Rt. Hon. John Foster.' William C Fortescue, esq. 

2 Rt. Hon. John Foster.* William C. Fortescue, esq.* 

3 Rt. Hon. John Foster. Robert, Vt. Joscelyn.* 

I A Governor of the County of Louth. — * Appointed Chancellor 
of the Exchequer, and a Commissioner of the Treasury in Ireland^ 
July 12, 1804 ; a new Writ ordered, July 1804, he was reelected. 
—3 Succeeded his Uncle as Viscount Clermont in October 1806 ,• no 
new Writ issued.— 4 Eldest Son of the Earl oiRoden. 



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Pari. No. S59. DundaVc Borovgh. 

1 Rt. Hon. Isaac Corry. 

2 Richard Archdall, esq. 
3 'John Metge, esq.' 

Josias Dupre Porcher^ esq. 

' Made Escheat or of Munster ; a new Writ ordered, January 5, 
i8o6.— ^ In this Parliament before for BUtcbingly. {See No. 182. 



Pari. No. 360* Mayo Couitfy. 

1 Rt. Hon. Denis Browne." George Jackson, esq. 

2 Rt. Hon. Denis Browne. Hon. Henry Aug. Dillon.^ 

3 Rt. Hon. Denis Browne. Hon. Henry Aug. Dillon. 

' Brother to the Marquis of ^//^o.— * Only Son of Viscount Dillon. 

' Pari. 3. A Petition presented against the Election of the Right 
Honble. Denis Brov^fl. 



Pari. No. 361. Meath County. 

1 Hamilton Gorges, esq.'* Sir Marcus Somenrille, bt, 

2 Thomas Bligh, esq. Sir Marcus Somerville, bt. 

3 Thomas Bligh, esq. Sir Marcus Somerville, bt. 



4a& ?A«XIAMXNr ART RfiOI8TB«« 



Pari No. 862. Managhan Counitfn 

1 Richard Dawson, esq. Vacant. 

a Richard Dawson, esq. Charles Powel Leslie » esq.^ 

3 Richard Dawson, esq. Charles Powel Leslie, esq^ 



Pari. No. d63. Queen^s County. 

1 Rt. Hon. W. W. Pole.' Vacant. 

2 Rt. Hon. W. W. Pole. Sir Eyre Coote, kb.* 

Henry Pamell, esq.' 

3 Rt. Hon. W. W. Pole. Henry Pamell, esq. ^ 

I Brother to Marquis Wellesley \ Clerk of the Ordnance, and a 
Governor of the ^een^s County.—* Brother to the Lord Castlecoote\ 
a Major-Generaly and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot \ made Lieu-i 
tenant-Governor of the Island of 'Jamaica } a new Writ ordered, 
January 2i, i8o6. — 3 In this Parliament before for Porfar/ington ', 
appointed one of the Commissioners of the Treasury in Ireland y a 
new Writ ordered, March i8c6y he was re-chosen. 



Pari. No. 364. Portarlington. 

1 William Elliot, esq. 

2 Henry Parnell, esq.' 
Thomas Tyrwhitt, esq.* 
John Langston, esq. 

3 Sir Oswell Mozeley, bart. 

^ Made Escheator of Munster 5 a new Writ ordered^ December 
8, 1802. — ^ Keeper of the Privy Seal 5 Private Secretary, and Se- 
cretary Extraordinary to the Prince of Wales ; made Lord Warden 
of the Stannaries in Cornwall and Devonshire j made Steward of the 
three Chiltern Hundreds 5 a new Writ ordered, February i;8o6, he 
was chosen for Plymouth. 



PARLIAM£KTARY REGISTER. 431 



Pari. No. 365. Roscommon County. 

1 Hon. Thomas Mahon.' Arthur French, esq. 

2 Hon. Edward King.* Arthur French, esq. 
5 Hon. Stephen Mahon.^ Arthur French, esq. 

'Eldest Son of Lord Hartland\ a Lieutenant*Colonel of Dra- 
goons.-— ^ Brother to the Earl of Kingston j a Captain in the Navy. 
—3 Second Son of Lord Hartland j a Lieutenant- Colonel of Dra- 
goons. 



Pari. No. 366. Sligo County. 

1 Joshua Ed. Cooper, esq." Charles O'Hara, esq. 

2 Joshua Ed. Cooper, esq. Charles O Hara, esq.* 

3 Edward S. Cooper, esq. Charles O'Hara, esq. 

■ 

* Governor of the County of S/igo.'-^* Appointed one of the Com- 
missioners of the Treasury in Ire/and ; a new Writ ordered, March 
l8o6, he was re-chosen. 



Pari. No. 367. Sligo Borough. 

1 Owen Wynne, esq.* 
2^ Owen Wynne, esq** 

George Canning, esq. 
S George Canning, esq. 

' Governor, and Custos RotuloruM of the County of Sligo."^'* Made 
Escheator of Afo/rj/^r ; anew Writ ordered, June 30, 1806. 



432 PARLIAMENTARY REOISTSR* 



Pari. No. 868- Tipper ary County. 

1 Francis, Vt- Matthew." Joha Bagwell, esq.* 

2 Francis, Vt Matthew,^ John Bagwell, eisq. 

3 Hon. Mont. Matthew/ Hon. Francis A. PWttie*^ 

' Eldest Son of the Earl of Landaff, — « A Governor of the Coun- 
ty of Ttpperary.^^Z Succeeded his Father as Earl of Landaff \ a new 
Wric issued, l8o6. — 4 Brother to the Earl of Landaff \ d 

Colonel in the Army.— -5 Brother of Lord Donally.. 



Part. No. 869. . Cashell City. 

1 William Bagwell, esq. 

2 kt* Hon. William Wickham.' 

3 Archibald John, Vt. Primrose.* 

I Secretary ^f State for the Irish Departmenty and Keeper of th<f 
Privy Seal in Ireland. This he resigned in 1803. Appointed one of 
tbe Commissioners of the Treasury ; a new "Writ ordered, February 
1^^ 1806, he was re-cho$en. — « Eldest Son of the Eztiot kosebefry 
in Scotland, 



Pari. No. S^O. Chnmell Borouglu 

1 William Bagwell, esq. 

2 William Bagwell, esq. 

3 William Bagwell, esq. 



PiiaiilAMENTARY REOI8T£K.^ 4l23 



Pari Ko. 37 1 . Tyrone County. 

1 VacanL James Stewart, esq. 

2 Rt. Hon. John Stewart.' James Stewart, esq. 
• 8 Hon. Thomas Knox.* James Stewart, esq. 

' Attorney- General in Ire!and\ credited a Baronet, June 2f, 1803* 
•—« Eldest. JSon of Vi$count iVbr/i6/tfW. 



Pari: l^o. 372. Dungannon JSorougfi* 

i sit Charles Hamilton, Wt.'^ 
? Hon. John Knox.* 

Sir Charles Hamilton, bart* 
3 Hon. George Knox.^ 

John, Viscount Hamilton. 

* Captain in the Navy.—* Son of Lord Viscount Nortbland\ ap- 
pointed Escheator of Munster ; a new Writ ordered, iSo^;. 
f— 3 Son of Viscount Nortblandi made his Election for Dublin Uni'- 
versity\ a new Writ ordered, January 1807.— -4 Eldest Son of the 
Marquis of Abereorn. 



ParU No* 3? 3. Waterford Coiinfyi 

1 Rt. Hon. J. Beresford.' Richard Power, es(J» 

2 jRt. Hon. J. Beresfordi* Edward Lee, esq. 
John C. Beresford, esq.^ 

8 John C. Beresford, esq. Richard Power, esq. 

' Uncle to the Marquis of Waterjord \ a Commissic/ner of his Ma- 
jesty's Revenue, and Taster of Wines in the Port o^ Dublin irt Ire- 
land, — *pied, and the Speaker issued hii Warrant to the Clerk of the 
Crown to mak-e out a new Writ, December 1805.-^8011 of the de- 
ceased Menvber. 

[vol. ii.] F f 



4S4t FAHUAMSNTARY RJS0I6TBR# 



ParL No. 374. Waterford Cify. 

1 William Congreve Alcock, esq. 

2 William Congreve Alcock, esq/ 
Sir John Newport, bart.* 

3 Rt. Hon. Sir John Newport, bart, 

I Not duly clected.-r* Duly elected, and ougbt td haVc IjCcii w 
turned ; made Steward of the three Cbiltern Hundreds ; a new Writ 
ordered, February 13, 1806.— ^Appointed, whilst the Seat in Parlia« 
ment was vacant. Chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland i he was 
re -chosen. . . « 

Pari. 2. The Committee found the Election oi William Congrep^ 
Alcoch^ esq. defective and illegal*, imd tMat Sit ^i5« JWJrti^^w^, oart; 
was duly elected, and ought to have been retunwdy^ Dtfc* 7, tSog. 



• i * , 






ParL No, 875. Dungarvon Boroughs 

1 Edward Leigh, esq. 

2 William Green, esq. 

3 Hon. George Walpole.' 

I Son of the Earl of Or/ord; Under Secretary of State for tte 
Foreign Department. 



./. 



ParL ' No.SB7^ Westnientfi Counly. 

1 GustavusH. Rochfbrt, esq. William Smyth^ esq« 

2 GustavusH. Rochfort, esq. William Smytfi, esq. 

3 GostavusH. Rochfort^ esq« William Smytb^ esq. 



PARUAMSKTAR? RBGISTBlU 435 



Pari. No. 377. Athkne Borough 

1 William Handcock, esq. 

2 William Handcock, esq.' 

Thomas Tyrwhitt Jones, esq. 

3 Rt. Hon* George Tiemey.* 

« Appointed Escbcator o£ Munster ; an«wWrit ordered, August 
12, 1803.-— *^ First Commissiotter of the Board for fndia Affairs. 



Parf^ No. 378. Wexford County. 

1 Jobn^ Y\$c Loftus.' Abel Ram, esq. 

2 John, Vise. Loftus.^ Abel Ram^ esq^ 
Caesar Colclough, esq. 

d John Colclough^ esq. "Robert Stapland Cai^w^ esq* 

* Elde^ Soil of the Marquis of Efy'y a Lord of the Treasury, and 
Teller of the Exchequer in Ire/an//. — « Succeeded hJs Father as Mar* 
quisof^^j a new Writ ordered^ April 23, 1806. 

Pari. 2. George Davt's^ esq. presented a petition against the Elec* 
tion of Cigsar Colclough^ esq. and the same was appointed to be tried 
on the lOthof July 1806, but having neglected to enter into Recog- 
nizances according to Law, of which the Sp'iaker informed the 
House, on the 3d July, it was moved, that the Order for taking the 
same into Consideration, on^he loth instant, be therefore discharged. 



Pari. No. 379. Wexford Towm 

1 Ponsonby Tottenham, esq. 

2 Richard Neville Fumess, esq. 

3 Sir Robert Wigram, bart- 

Ffj 



4d9 PARLIAMEKTAkV REGISTER^ 



Pari. No. 380. New Ross Town. 

1 Robert Ldgh, esq. 

2 Charles Tottenham, jun. esq.' 
Ponsonby Tottenham, esq. 

3 Charles Leigh, esq. 

' Made Escheator oiMunster^ June 1805; 



Pari. No. 381. Wicklaw County. 

1 "William H. Hume, esq. George Ponsonby, esq. 

2 William H Hume, esq. George Ponsonby, esq.* 

3 William H. Hume, esq. William lighe, esq. 

' ' Appointed Chancellor and Keeper of the Great Seal in InimiJ; 
fli new Writ ordered, April 19, 1806, but the Parliament was dis* 
solved before an Election in consequence thereof took place. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 



or ALL THE 



MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, 
Since May 31, 1*7 5ft. 



Charles A BBOT» Kidbrook, Suss. 

5ir John jLJLAbdy^ hart. Albyns^ Essex 

Sir Anth.Thos. Abdy, bart. Cobhaniy Surrey 



James 
Sir Ralph 
Surnett 
Sir Robert 
Hon. George 

Archd. Visct. Acheson^ now Earl of Gosford 
Sir Tho. Dyke Acland» bart. Columptoo^ Devon. 
John Acland^ esq. Fixton, Som. 

Pierce Ashe A^Court, esq. Heytesburyi Wilts 

A'Courty esq. do. do* 



No. 

26. 134, 136. 207 
— 72 

— 227 

277 
277 
277 
277 



Wm. Ashe 

Wm. Ashe 

James 

Robert 

Robert 

William 

John 

Charles 

William 

James 

George 

William 



Abercromby, esq. Brucefield, Clackm. 
Abercr«mby, k.b. Tillybodie, Clackm. 
Abercromby, esq. Brucefield, brother of dp. 
Abercromby, k.b. brother of do. — • 

Abercromby, son of Baroness Abercromby 277.301 

320 

207 

207 

207 

44, 124 



— 41 



A^Court| esq. do. do. «— 

Adair, esq. Serjeant at Law — « 

Adair, esq. — 277, 301 

Adam, esq. Dowhill, Kinross-shire 277 

Adam, esq. Blair, do. 185. 287. 295. 304. 314 

Adams, esq. Feterwel], Cardiganshire 254 

Adams, esq. "— 64 

Adams, esq. — - 49 

Adams, esq. ll.o. 29. 193. 206 

Adams, esq. (see Ansop) Sanbrook, Salop 27 

Adams, esq. r-* 53 

F f 3 Robert 



William 

f 

John 

Sir Edmund 



( 438 ) 

Robert AdamsoDi esq. — 

Jienry Addington, now Viscount Sidmouth 

John Heley Addington, esq. Teddington, Mid. 
Ja. Whorwood Adeane, esq. Babrnbtlt HMt Ctmb. 
Step. Thurston Adey, esq. — «- 

John Agnew, esq. — 

Sir Robert Ainslie, knt* — > . 

Aislabie, esq. Studley Royal^ York. 

Affleck, esq. DrilhamHally Suff. 

Affleck^ bart. Feringhoe-Hall» £s8» 
Wm, Congreye Alcock, esq. — - 

John Aldridge, esq. New Lodge, Suss. 

B>ichd. Neville Aldworth, esq. fiillingbeary Berks 
WilUam 
Boyd 
^fcnry 
Alexander 
Benjamin 
Jefferys 
Benjamin 
Josuah Visct. 
Sir Thomas 



No. 
213 
210 

24- 75- 235 
15.17 

124 

x6i 

229 

12. 172 

73 

374 

93 
6 

294 
^16. 355 

30J 
128. 140 

«<> 

178 

— I 

122. 180 
51. 112. 120 
Ambler, esq. — 27. 162. 193. 23II 

Amcotts, esq. Kcklcthorpe, Nott. , lOj 

Amcotts, bart. ditto -7- 

Amh'^rst, esq. — 

Amyand, esq. Ham. Surrey 
Amy and, esq^ — * 

Amyandy bart. (sec Comcwall) 
Amyatt, esq. Freemantlc, Hants 
Ancram, (afterwards Marquis of Lothian) 



Alexander, esq. Edinburgh City 
Alexander, esq. Southbar, Renf. 
Alexander, esq* — 

AUardyce, Dunottar, Kincardineshire 
Allen, esq. • — 

Allen, esq. *^ 

Allen, esq. Bridge water, Somerset ' 
Allen, of Ireland — 

Alston, bart. Odhill, Bedfordshire 

peo.John Vise. Althorpe, now £arl Spencer 

John Cha.yisc. Althorpe — 

Charles 

Pharles 

Sir Wharton 

William 

plaudius 

John 

Sir Gtaxgfi 

James 

William Earl 

Charles 

3£velyn 



21. 243 

24t 

28 

52.80 

49. 13S 

23O 



Anderson, now Lord Yarborough 
Anderson, esq. brother of ditto 

John William Anderson, bart. Hendon, Midd. 

C.NevinsonVt. Andover, son of the Eaxi of Suffolk 



103. 236 

J06. 236 

St. xit 

196 

Miles 



t 4)9 ) 



0. 



Miles Petit 

John Julius 

Arthur 

Francis 

Thomas 

George 

Thomas 

George 

William Lee 

Sir John 

Philip 

Sir John 

Robert 

Henry Lord 

Charles 

Chaloner 

SJchard 



— 27 



44 



232 
28 

S 
x6S 

168 

168 

168 

14 

307 

307 

307 

307 
78 

31 

6. 2o3 



Andrews^ esq. •» 

Angersteln^ esq* •«» 

Aonesley, esq. Bktchington^ Ox£i 

Annesle7» esq. Reading, Berks 

Anson, esq. Shugborough, Sta£F. 

Anson, esq. Adams, ditto 

Anson, esq. now Viscount Anson 

Anson, esq. brother of ditto 

Antonie, esq. Colworth, Bed. 

Anstruther, bart. Eliehouse, Fifeshire 

Anstruther^ esq. son of ditto 

Anstruther, bart, 2d son of ditto 

Anstruther^ esq. 3d son of ditto 

Apsley, now £arl Bathurst 

Arbuthnot, esq. -— 

Arcedeckne, Cockfield-hall, Suff. 

Arden, afterwards Lord Alvanley 147. 162. 235. 239 
C. Geo. Lord Arden, I. P, — 21. 49. 199 

Henry Archer, esq. Hale, Hants 199 

Hon. Andrew Archer, afterwards Lord Archer 193 

Mervin Archdall, junr. esq. Castle Archdali^ Ferman. 

Richard Archdall, esq. — 

Sir John Armytage, bart. Kirklees, York 

Sir George Armytage, brother of ditto — « 

Hoh.R.Allert. Arundel, Mauleverer, York — 

Shucburgh Ashby, esq. £venby-hall, Leicest. 
Wm. Windham Ashe^ Earsham, Suff. *— 

William Ashburnham, Bromham, Suss. 

Hon. Croplcy Ashley, brother to the Earl of Shaftesbury 
Sir John Astley, bart. Patteshall, Salop 

Sir Edward Astley, bart. Melton Constable, Norf. 
Sir Jac. Henry Astley, son of ditto — 

SirWilloughby Aston, bart. Rislcy, Derbyshire 
Arthur Atherly, junr. esq. r— 

Christopher Atkinson, esq. — 

Richard Atkinson^ esq. — • 

Ff 4 



19S 

341 

359 
225 

225 

227 

102 

176 

62 

>39 

114 

114 

13P 
156 
23 c 

Sir 



N 



6ir Jobn 
Thoma? 
Wm. Eden 
Pcorgc 



C 44^ ) 



No, 



Aubrey, bart. Durton-hoase, Bucks 6» 8, ix. $9*235 
Aubrey, esq. brother qF ditto 6 

Auckland^ now Lord Auckland^ I. P* 136. 207 
Aufrere, esq. Chelseai Mid4« 107 



B. 



Thomas 

Richard 

Barnaby 

Edward 

Anthony 

SirW.WagstaflF^ 

Sir WilliafXf 

Robert 

James 

.George 

Evan 

Robert 

Walter 

Willianj 

John 

Richard 

Jlenry Johii 

William 

Sir William 

Peter Wm. 

Nisbet 

John 

Charles 

William 

Robert 

Sir R. Warwick 

Sir Charles 



BABINGTON, c^. Rothley-Templc, Leiccsj. 10? 
Backwell, esq. Billing. Nbrlhaxppt. 122 

Back well, esq. -r ,144 

Bacon, e^q. Earlham, Norf. 39. |ij 

Bacon, esq. Hoghill, Midd. — ix 

Bagotj bart. Blithfield, Staff. — 134 

Bagot, bart. his son, (afterwards Lord Bagqt) 167 



Baikie, esq. Tankernes^ Orkney 
Baillie, esq. ' -^ 

Baillie, esq. Jerviswood, Berw. 
Bailli^, esq. — 

Baird, esq. Newbyth, Haddingtonshire 
Bagwall, esq. Killimonde, Catherlougb 
Bagwall, esq. Marifield, Tipperary 
Bagwall, esq. -rr 

Bagwall, esq. — » 

Baker, esq. r— 



291 
189 

146 

32a 
350 

ib. 
90 



J^'^ 



Baker, esq, Bayford Bury^ Herts 53. 84. 86. 235 

Baker, knt. Thames Ditton^ Surrey 

Baker, esq. Ranston, Dorset. — 

Balfour, esq. —- 

Balfour, esq. Orkney — 

Baldwin, esq. Agalate^ Salop •^ 

Baldwin, esq. -7- 

Balcb, esq. Twiford, Somersetshire 

Bampfylde, Pottimore, Devon, 

Bampfylde, bart. son of ditto 



53 
196 

ib. 
291 

333 

47 
48 

Pharles 



CSarles 

Htnry 

lohn 

Robert 

George 



Joseph Foster 
John 

Sir Francis 
Alexander 
Henry- 
Thomas 
Sir Robert 
Hugh 
Henry Visct. 



( 441 ) 

^ankes, esq. Broadchalke, Wilts 
BankeSi son of ditto -— 

Bannerman^ esq. — 

Barbor^ esq. Somerford, Staff. 
Barclay, esq. Burford Lodge^ Surrey 
Rob. AUardlce Barclay, esq. Urie^ Kincard. 
jBir Robert ' Barclay, bart. «— 

Barham, esq. — » 

Baring, esq. Mount Radford, Devon. 
Baring, bart. Larbeer, Devon. 
Baring, esq. 2d son of Sir Francis 
Baring, esq. sOn of Sir Francis 
Baring, 3d son of Sir Francis — • 

Barker, bart. Bushbridge, Hants 
Barlow, esq. Laurenney, Pembroke 
Barnard, son of the Earl of Darlington 
W.Henry Vise. Barnard, ditto — 

Sir John Barnard, knt. Clapham, Surrey 

Barnard, bart. Brampton, Hunt. 
Barne, esq. Yoxeley, Suff. --• 

Bamcy esq. Sotterley^ Suff. — 

Barne, esq. — 

Barrtt, esq. Lee, Kent -— 

W. Wm. Vise. Barrington, Beckett, Berks, I. P. 
Sir John Barrington,, bart. Swainston, Hants 

John Barrington, esq. son of ditto «-*- 

Sir Charles Barrow, bait. Hygrove^ Glou. 
Isaac Barr^^ esq. — • 

Hon. Richard Barry, Marbury, Lan. — ^ 

Richd. Earl of Barry more, Wargrave, Berks 
Richard Barwell, esq. Stansted, Suss. 

Sir Francis Bassett^ bart. now Lord de Dunstanvillc 
Francis Basset, esq. Hainton-court, Dev. 

John Pollexfen Bastard, esq. Ketley, Dev. 
Edmund Bastard, Sharpham, Dev. -^ 

John Viscount Bateman, Shobdon-court, Heref» I, P. 
Hon. Benjamin Bathurst, son of Lord Bathurst 



Sir Robert 

^iles 

Miles 

Snowdon 

Thomas 



69 

ib. 

182 

107 

66 

162 . 
161 
48 
xo. 30. 209 

— 34 

10 

6 

367 

70 

49. 245 

HI 

87. ISO 

174 

ib. 
ib. 

50 
162 

ib. 

77 
10. 209 

98 

207 

26. 35. 245 

J2. 52 

21.47 

57 

82. 136 

78 
^cpjamin 



w 


r 1 

C 44i ) 


ffo. 




Bathurst, esq. Mixbury, Oxl. 


"13 


Peter 


Bstburst, es(i. Clarendon Park, Wilts 


yys 


J. Jeffries VIk 


. Bayham, now Earl Camden — 


>47 


Sir Nicholas 


Bayley, ban. Plas Newyd, Anglesea 


347 


Nicholas 


Bayley, esq. 2d son of ditto ^ 


ib. 


Lewis 


Bayley, esq. Ivclchestec ^ 


Jja 


Nalhania 


Bayley, esq. Shiptowa-house, Berks 


J 


Sir Edward 


Bayntun, bart. Spye-parke, Wilts 


an 


Andrew 


Bayntun, esq. eldest son of ditto ^ 


83 


^ Michael Hicks Beach, esq. WilUamstrip Park, Glou. 


78 


■ Visct. Francis 


Beauchamp, now Marquis of Hertford 


23-»75 


W Henry Lord 


Beauclerk, Wingfield, Berks 


iiB 


George Lord 


Beauclerk, brother to the Duke of St Albans 4 


Hon, Aubrey 


Beauclerk, now Duke of St Albans 


iiS 


Charles George Beauclerk, esq. — 


239 


Henry 


Beaufoy, esq. Claverley, Salop 


117.151 


Thoi. Richard 


Beaumont, esq. Hexham Abbey, North. 


"5 


_ Sir George 


Beaumont, bait. Dunmow, Ess. 


58 


m Edward 


Eearcrofr, esq. — 


27, 206 


■ William 


Beckford, esq. Fonthlll, Wilts 


III.IJ9 


■ William 


Beckford, esq. his son — 


148. 206 


Julines 


Beckford, esq. Stapleton, Dors. 


203 


Peler , 


Beckford, esq. — 


127 


Richard 


Beckford, esq. — 66 


. 82. 196 


William 


Belchier, esq. SiKrey ^ 


181 


Robert Visct. 


Bclgrave, now Earl GrosveiKW 


i9-3i 


Ralph 


Bell. jonr. esq. Thirke, Yorkih. 


228 


Henry Lord 


Bcllasyse, aftcrnards Earl Fauconbcrg 


lai 


William 


Bellingham, esq. Coleshill, Herts 


.83 


Hon.Hen.GreyBcnnet — 


>40 


John 


Bentinck, esq. a Captain in the Navy 


244 


Lord George 


Bcntinck, son of the Duke of Portland 


212 


LoidEdw.C.C 


. Bentinck, 2d son of ditto — 


43. i!9 


LordW.Hcnrj 


' Bentinck, 3d son of ditto ^ 


28. 129 


Lord Geo. C. 


Bentinck, 4ih son of ditto ^ 


59 


■ . Paul 


Eenfield, es^. Woodhall, Herts €7. 


212. 213 
Rich. 



( 443 ) 

No. 

Ridi. H. Alex* Bennet| Beckenham, Kent ^ 39 

Richard Benyon, esq. Gideahall, Essex Z2i 

Hichard Benjon, esq. Inglefield-liouse, B^ks 6 

No^borne Berkeley, esq. afterwards Xord Bottetoart 76 

Hon. Geo, C. Berkeley, Cranford — ib» 

Howland Berkeley, esq. — 221 

Scrope s Bernard, esq. Nether Winchindon 41 

liord Geo. T. Beresford — 354 

John Clandius Beresford, esq. — 373 

James Visct. Bernard, son of the Earl of Bandoo, L ?• 329 

Thomas Bernard, junr. esq. — 35O 

Lord Robert Bertie, Chislehurst, Kent »— 105 

firownlowLord Bertie, now Duke of Ancaster X03 

JHon. Peregrine Bertie, Yattendom, OxL . — 134 

Peregrine Bertie, esq. Layton, Essex — 2q9 

Albemarle . Bertie, esq. — > 107 

Thomas Best, esq. Chilson, Kent — 90 

George Best, esq. do. do. — 9 1 

Slingsby Bcthell, esq. — ill 

Hugh Bethell, esq. Rise, Yorksh. "^ 236 

Calverly Bewick, esq. — 245 

Sir Richard Bickerton, bart. Upwood, Hunt. ^ 91 

R. Middleton Biddulph, esq. Chirk-castle, Dub.l 258 

John Bindley, esq. Grave, Berks 240 

Thomas Lord Binning, son of the Earl of Haddington 44 

|Ion. Richard Bingham, son of the Earl of Lucan^ I. P« 85 

W. William Bird, esq. — 98 
Sir Cecil Bishopp, bart. Parham, Sussex «-• 19^ 

John Blackburne, esq. junr. — • 235 
John Blackburne, esq. — 94» '^^ 

Sir Walter Blacket, bart. Wellington, Northum* 19^ 

Sit Edward Blacket, bart. Matfane, Northum. 125 

Sit Patrick Blake, Langham-hall, Suff. — 177 

Andw. T. Lord Blayney, I. P. — * 2x6 
William Biaxton, -esq. Wallinford, Berks 2o8. j26$ 

Samuel - Blackwcll, esq. Amptney Park, Gbu. ' 7^ 

5ir 



( 444 ) 

So. 

Sir J. Hunter Blair, bart. Dunskej, Wigton 301 

Sir John Eland^ bart* Kippax Park, Yorksh: 215 
Geo. Marq, of Blandford, son of the Duke of Marlborougb J33 

Thomas Bligh, esq. — 361 

Sir Matthew Eloxam, knt. Morden, Surrey 92 

Samuel Eoddington, esq. — « 346 

William Bodville, esq. Madrin, Corn. 265 

Peter Bold, esq. Bold, Lane. — > 94 

Nathaniel Bond, esq. — 69 

John Bond, esq. Grange, Dors. <—• . ib. 

Daniel Boone, esq. Rook's Nest, Surrey ijl 

Charles Boone, esq. Barkinhall, Suff. 56. 1 19 

Henry Bonham, esq. -« 81 

R. Wilbraham Bootle, esq. Latham, Lane* *^ 19 

£• Wilbraham Bootle, esq. his son — - 170. 2oS 

Hon. Edward Boscawen, Hatchlan^ Surrey 21 

Hon. George Boscawen, brother of ditto — 21. 32 

Hon. John Boscawen, brother of ditto — - 21 

Edw.Hugh Boscawen, esq. — 40 

George Boscawen, junr. esq. — 21. 40 

W. Aug. Spen. Boscawen, esq. •»« 21 

Ayscough Boucherett, esq. — 106 • 

Henry Crabb Boulton, esq. — « 229 

Hon. Wm. P. Bouverie, (afterwards Earl of Radnor) 203 

Hon. Edward Bouverie, son of the Earl of Radnor ib* 

Hon. Edward Bouverie, son of ditto -* 205 
Hon. W. Henry Bouverie, son of ditto — « 122. 203 ' 

Hon. Barthol. Bouverie, son of ditto «*- 205 

Hon. D. P. Bouverie, son of ditto ib* 

SirC.W. R* Boughton, bart. Bramber — 193 

And. Robinson Bowes, esq. -— 26 

George Bowes, esq. Gibside, Northum. 70 

Sir George Bowyer, bart. Bracknal, Berks 93 

Thomas Bowlby, esq. — 21 

Walter ^oyde, esq. — 67 

John Boyde, esq. Danson, Kent — • 68 

Hon. 



( 44f ) 



Hon.Courtenay 
Hon. R. W. 
Henry Visct. 
Sir Griffith 
Tbomas 
Cha. fiathurst 
Hon. Aug. C. 
Robert H. 
Wilson 
Thomas B. 
Thomas 
Hon. Thomas 
Hon. Thomas 
Chas. John 
Charles 
Nathaniel 
Owen S. 
Sir Piercy 
Charles 
Alex. Lord 
JSir Brooko 
Sir Henry 
Henry S* 
Orlando 
Hon. John 
Robert 
James 
Alexander 
Hon. Wm. 
James 

Charles Visct. 
William T. 
Hon. Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas L. 
Henry 



Boyle^ Bandon Bridge «« 

Boyle — 

Boyle — , 

Boynton, bart. Burton Agnes, Yorksh. 
BradshaWy esq. — 

Braggc* esq. — 

Bradshaw ■— 

BradshaWy esq* — i 

Bradyll, esq. Porfield, Lane. 
Brampstone, esq. Skreens, Essex 
Brand, esq. Welling, Herts 
Brand, esq. Herts «^— 

Brand, son of Baroness Dacre 
Brandling, esq. — 

Branding, esq. Gosford-hpuse, Durh. 
Brassey^ esq. Lexford, Herts 
Brereton, esq. Shbtwick Park, Chcsh. 
Brett, knt. Camberwell, Surrey 
Brett, esq. Greenwich, Kent 
Bridport, (now Viscount Bridport) 
Bridges^ bart. Goodneston, Kent 
Bridgemaa, bart. Westin, Salop 
Bridgeman, esq. son of ditto 
Bridgeman, esq. — • 

Bridgeman — - 

Bristow, esq. Michel -Dover, Hants 
Brodie, esq. Brodie, Elgin — 

Brodie, esq. Burne, Kincardineshire 



No. 

26. 227 

327 

236 

27. 75 
146 

54 
123 

43. 96. 189 
72. 151. 131 



196 

ib. 

12^ 

ib. 
8$ 

i5» 

93 
. 24c 

9 

89 

142* 143 
M3 

98 
ib. 

192 

282 

304 



Brodrick, brother to Viscount Middleton,. I. P* 165 
Brogden^ esq. Clapham, Surrey 21 

Brome, (now Marquis Comwallis) ^ 172. 178 

Bromley, esq. Bagton-hall, Warw. — 197 
Bromley, (now Lord Montfort) — 17 

Broke, esq. Ashton Hays, Chesh. -— 97 

Broke, esq. Mere, Chesh. — ib. 

BrojPalcy, esq. A))beTley-Lodge — « 220 

Isaac 



w 


1 


Na. 


■ I)uc Hawkins 


I Brown, esq. Badgrc-hall, Salop 


'S3' 141 


H Anthony 


Bron-nc ^ —• 


33 » 


^P Hon. Dennis 


Browne — — 


3«o 


* I^uncelot 


Brown, esq, EUwotth, Hunt. — 


87. 88 


Francis John 


Brown — — 


63 


Chicles, Lord 


Bruce, son of the Earl of Aylesbury 


21S 


Hon. Thoma! 


Bruce, 2d brother to the Earl of Elgin 


214. 21S 


Hon. James 


Bruce, 3d brother to ditto — 


2l3 


Patrick C. 


Brace, esq. Taplow Lodge, Bucks 


222. 244 


■ Hon. James 


Brudenell, now E. of Cardigan 67. 2J<i 


. 21&. 239 


■ Hod. Robert 


Brudenell, brother of ditto — 


214. 2.8 


■ Robert 


Brudenell, son of ditto — 


218 


H George Bridge 


s Brudenell, Eyston, Rut. — 


107. 138 


■ Tho„=. 


Bugden, esq. Barking, Surr. 


180 


f T.J.me>, Vt, 


, Eulkeley, (now Lord Bulkdey) I. P. 


247 


Richird 


Bull, esq. Chipping-Ongar — 


39 


nmiel 


Bull, esq. Caloe, Wilts — 


209 


Frederick 


Bull, c?q. Wanatead, Ess. — 


itt 


James 


Buller, esq. Morval, Corn. 


~ 30 


John 


BuUcr, Stock, Dev. — 


31 


Jokn 


Buller, esq. Kings Ncmpton, Dev. 


21. 29. 48 


^L Francii 


Buller, esq, — 


31.29 


■ }ma 


Buller, esq. Downs, Der. — 


48 


W John 


Buller, Wivercombe, Corn; — 


2? 


Edward 


Buller, Morval, Com. — 


IJ 


Joseph 


Bullock, esq. — 


73 1 


John 


Bullock, esq. Faulkboum-hall, Ess. 


ja 


J.hn 


Bullock, esq. — — 


:'■ 93 


Sit Ch.t),! T. 


Bun bury, bt, — 


171 


John R. 


Burch, esq. — 


31+ 


L JdKph R. 


Burcb, esq. — 


118.130 1 


^1 Sit Ftands 


Burdett, bt. — — 


J09 


■ Rowlat^d 


Burdon, esq. ^ 


70 


H John Lord 


Barghersh, son of the E. of Westmoreland 63 


H Edmund 


Burke, esq. Gregorles, Bucks 


13. 46. 233 


H Richard 


Burke, son of ditto — 


William 



i 447 ^ 

William Surke, brother to Edmund ^ 214 

Sir Edward Burrows, bt. ' ■ i^m ^^ 

i^ubrey Earl of Burford, son of the Duke of St Albans 226 

James Bland Burgess^ esq. Westrow «. ««i 26 

John, Lord Burghersh, (now Earl of Westmoreland) 63 

John Burgoyne, esq. '— 55, 190 

Brownlow> Ld. Burleigh, (afterwards Earl of Exeter) 138 

Sir Harry Burrard, bt. Walhampton, Hants X64 

Sir Harry Burrard Neale^ bt. — 164 

Harry Burrard, esq. — • ib* 

Sir Merrick Burrell> bt. •— 30. |86. 214 

Sir Charles M. Burrell, bt. -<- . igz 

Peter Burrell, esq* Beckenham^ Kent 21* 49* 24a 

Sir Peter Burrell, bart. (now Lord Gwydir) 105. 186 

William Burrell, ll.d. — 1 1 86 

William Burroughs, esq. — - 34^ 

Matthew Wm. Burt, esq. Maiden Early, Berks 14 

Bartholomew Burton, esq;. Petersham, Surrey — « sS 

S.8lpb Burton, esq. . — i 68 

Phillipsoo Rich. Burton, esq. . «^ .. 1^8 

Fcancis Burton, esq. Edworth,. Bedf. 135. 136. 207. 

Napier Christie Burton, esq. «*- 236 

Robert Burton, esq. Lincolns-Inn m^ 13 

T. S. Dyot Bucknall, esq. — S5 

jGeorge, Vise. Bury, afterwards Earl of Albemarfe 188 

Hon. Nathaniel Burton, 2d son of Earl Conyngham 325 

Hon. James Butler^ brother to the Earl of Ormond 348 

Hon. Charles Butler, 2d brother to ditto 349 

John Butler, esq. Waminghurst-Park, Suss. 187 

Robert John- Buxton, esq. Shad well Lodge, Norf. 118 

Thomas P. -Byde, esq. Warepark, Herts — 84 

Hon. John Byng, son of Vise. Torrington, Wrotham 

Park, Herts . — pr 

George Byng, esq. Wrothan^ Park, Herts pSt log 

George Byng, esq. son of di^tOi Wrotham Park lo^t 

Michad Byrne, esq. «-• 4^ 

Ho'n. 



i 448 ) 

Hon, William B3rron, son of Lord Bttoxv . — • .1^7 
Thomas S.D. Bucknall, esq. . . — 83 



kon. Charles S.CADOG AN, (afterwards Earl Cadogan) 17 

John Calcrafty esq. Ingress, Kent 91* log 

Thomas Calcraft, esq. Ancaster, Line. . 61 

John Calcraft, esq. — * 6S. 91 

Sir John Call, bt. Whiteford, Corn. 4t 

Alexander Callendar, esq. Prestonhall, Edinb* 205 

Sir John Callendar ~- 128 

James Calthorpe, esq. Ampton, Sutf. 206 

Sir Henry G. Calthorpe, esq. afterwards Lord Calthorpe 193 

Nicholson Calvert, esq. Honsdon, Herts — 79 

Sir William Calvert, kt. Mount Maskall, Kent 2i6 

John Calvert, esq, Aldbury-hall, Herts 13. 18. 17 1 

John Calvert, esq. son of ditto 85. 88. 171. 21a 

John Campbell, esq. (afterw. Duke of Argyle) 280. 3 TO 

John Campbell, esq. (afterw. Duke of Argyle) 240. 300 
Lord Frederick Campbell, 2d son of the Duke of Argyle 273. 280 

Lord William Campbell, 3d son of ditto — 273 

John Campbell, esq. St ackpool- court, Som. 69. 286 

Pryce Campbell, esq. — -278 

John Campbell, esq. son of ditto (now Ld. Cawdor) 21a 

286 
Alexander Campbell, esq. brother of ditto --- 278 

George Campbell, brother of ditto — 254 

Hon. Alex. H. Campbell — ^ — 275 

James Moore Campbell, esq. (afterwards Earl of Loudon) 272 
Dugald Campbell, esq. Ballymore, Argyl. 273 

Sir James Campbell, bt. Ardkinlass, Stirling — 298 

Darnell 



( 449 ) 

No, 
Daniel Campbell, esq. Shawfield, Lanark 289 

Robert Campbell^ tfsq. Finnab, Arg* --* 273 

Sir Archibald Campbell, ilb. In vermeil, Arg. — • 309 

Sir James Campbell, kt. brother of ditto — ^ ib. 

Ilaj Campbell, esq. Succoth, Dumb. 310 

John Campbell, esq. — 315 

Henrjr Fred. Campbell, esq. — — 278 

Alexander Campbell, esq. Monzle, Perthsl^. -— 307 

George Canning, esq. of the Inner Temple 13. 162 

George Canning, esq. South-hill Park, Berks 367 

Hon. John T. Capel — — 264 

Sir James Carnegie, bart. Pitarrow, Forf. — 287 

Sir David Carnegie, son of ditto — ^ 284* 30^ 

Reginald Pole Carew, esq. Anthony, Com. 23. 36. 183 

Robert Shapl. Carew, esq. ,— - 370 

H. Laws, Earl Carhampton (see Lut^rell) — 109. j4i- ^4 

Walter Cary, esq. West Sheen, Surr* — 57 , 

Hon. Lucius F. Cary *- — 65 

Francis, M. of Carmarthen (afterwards D. of Leeds) 26. 178 

John Camac, esq. Fareham, Hants • •'^ 82 

James, Mm of Carnarvon, son of O. of Chandos 155; 269 

Robert, Lord Carrington (now Lord Carrington) — J 30 

George, Lord Carpenter (see Tyrconncl) * — 161 

Hon. Charles Carpenter, son of ditto — 1 28 

Thomas * Carter, esq, Edgcott, Nott. — I7C 

William Cartwright, esq. Aynho, Nortfi. — I20 

William Ralph Cartwright, esq. ditto ^— ib* 

John, Lord Carysfort, Elton-hall, Hunt. — ^^ 31 ^7 

loshua John, E. Carysfort, son of ditto — Qf^ ^07 

Robert, Vise. Ca^tleroagh, son of the Eafl of tondonderry 53. 334 
Timothy Caswell, esq. Sacombe, Herts — 86. 123^ 

Hon. Charles Cathcait, 2d son of Lord Cathcart — « 277 

Sir Thomas" Cave, Sunford Hall, I^orth. — mot 

Sir Thomas Cave, bt. 3on of ditto — ib. 

Robert, Earl of Catherlough, (see Luxborough) — 153 

George, Lord Cavendish, uncle to the Duke of Devonshire 45 

[tx)L. 11.3 G g 



( 450) 

JS(U 
John, Lord Cavendish, ditto — • 4j;, 65. 225. 227 

^Frederick, Lord Cavendish, ditto — ..4$ 

Richard, Lord Cavendish, brother of the present Duke of 

Devonshire — •— 45. 96 

G. HenrjyLord Cavendish, ^d brother of ditto — 46. 227 

Richard Cavendish, esq. Latimer Ab'bey^ Bucks 13* 15 

henry Cavendish, esq. son of Sir Henry — 23 

Lord G. A. H. Cavendish, brother to ^hie Duke of l)evonshire 45 
George H. C. Cavendish, son of ditto — » It 

Cavendish, son of ditto — 46 

Caulfield, brother to the Earl of Charlemont ^20 
Cawthorne, Cawthorne, Yorksh. *- 96. 104 
Cayley, esq. Scampton, Line. -— 

Cecily esq. afterwards Marquis of ^Exeter 



Wrlliam 
JHon. Henry 
John Fenton 
William 
Henry 



Hoil. Thomas C.Cecily Blankley-hall, Line. -— ' 

Chambers, esq. XVliittOQ-Placey Midd. 
Chamier, es^. — — 

Champion, esq. l£psom, Surrey «— 
Chaplin, esq. Blaiikney, Line. 
Charlton, esq. Staunton, Nbtt. -- 

Charteris, esq. (see Elchb) — 

Chaytor, esq. Spinithorn, YorksTi. 
Chester, esq. Knoll, Glouc. — 

Chester, esq. Chicheley, Bucks\ 
Chester, esq. Cleve-hill, Glouc; 
Chetwynd, Hazelor, Staff. — 

Hon. William Chetwynd (afterwards Vise. Chetwynd) 
George, Vise. Chew ton (afterwards Earl Waldegravc) 
Francis Child, esq. Osterley-Park, Midd. 

Robert Child, esq. Osterley-Park, Midd., 

Sir Broderick Chinnery, bt. •^— 

Richard M. T. Chiswell, esq. Kirby-hall, Ess. ^ 

Charles Choln^ondeley, Vale Royal^ Chesh'. 

Thomas Cholmondeley, ditto — 

Nathaniel Cholmley, esq. Whitby Abbey, Yorksh. 



George 

Anthony 

Anthony 

John 

Job S. 

Frances 

William 

Thomas 

Charles 

William B. 

Hon. W. R. 



240 
107 

54 
171 

aa. 37 

K07 

312 

32. 231 

7^ 

119 

76 

170 
144 

330 
235 

!b. 

135 
Toha 



. ( 451 ) 

No. 

Edward Joshua Cooper, e^q. — — 366 

Edward S. Cooper, esq. — » ^ -« ib. 

John • ' Colclough, esq. — 387 

W. J. Viscount Cole, son of the Earl of Enniskillen 321 

Hon. Galb. L. Cole, l^other of the Earl of Enniskillen 341 

John Curwen Christian^ esq» Unerig, Cumberland 4J 

John Baker Church, Down Place, Berks — 13 

Charles Churchill, fesq^ Farleigh, Hants — : 14 

Itdratio Churthill, esq. — « 119 

William Chute, esq. of the Vine, Hants 154 

James, Earl of Clanbrassil, I. P. — — 26 

Sir Thomas Clarges, bart. Aston, Herts — • 104 

Hix Thomas Clarke^ kt. Hamp^tead, Midd. — 23 

Godfrey B. Clarke, esq. Sutton, Derb. — 45 
^erVoise Clarke, esq. Belmont, Hants; 154. 158. 160 ' 

iLdward Clarke, esq. Mount Ararat, Surr. 217 

Robert j Vise. Clare (see Nugent) I. P. — 40. 146 

Sit Thomas Claveringj bt. Ajfe^eU, Durh. — 57. 70 

William Clayton, esq. Harlingford, Bucks . 14. 182 

Sir Kenrick Clayton, bt. Marden, Surrey — 182 

Sir Robert Clayton, bt. son of ditto ^— 180. 182 

Cdtirthorpe .Clayton, esq. Shepherd's Bush, Midd. 178 

sir PMHp Jenn. Clarke, bt. thiddeston-hail, Salop -r-i 49 

i>^athaniel. Vise. Clements, son of the Earl of Leitrim 351 

John Henry Clements, esq. — ib. 

John Cleveland, eSq. Tapley, Devon. 27. 241 

John Clfevehnd, esq. sbnr of ditto — ^ 5^ 

lH.W.Agar,Vt.Clifden, I. P. -^ 207 

Hon. George Clinton, son of the Earl of Lfneoln 27 

S?r Henry Clinton, ic^, son of ditto ' '- -^ ' 21. 132 

William Henry ClintoA, esq. sonofditta — 131 
Lo"rd Thomas P. Clinton (see Lincoln)' -^ Ho. 1*3 1 

Lord John P. Clintoft, 2d ^on of the Dbke of Newcastle 1 3^1 

RichaVd Clive, fesq. Styche,' Satop — 265 

feobcrt. Lord Clive> son of ditto, I. P. — 38. 140 

G g 2 George 



( 45^ ) 

No. 

George Clive^ esq. cousin to Lord Cllve «« 144 

William Clive, esq, Stych, Salop — ^ ib. 

Edward, Lord Clive (now Earl of Fowls) «— 142 

Edward, Vise. Clive, son of Earl Powis — ib. 

Hon. Robert Clive, brother of Earl Powis — ib. 

Hon. Andrew Cochrane, son of the Earl of Dundonald (see . 

Johnston) - — — 309 

Thomas, Lord Cochrane, son of the Ead of Dundonald 54 

Hon. Alex. F. Cochrane, brother to the Earl of Dundonald 309 
Charles Cockerell, esq. -— .. 8j 

Hon. Philip J. Cocks, brother of Lord Somers — 183 

Hon. Charles Cocks, 2d brother of Lord Robert Somers ib. 

Thomas Will. Coke, esq. Holkham^ Norf. — 46* 114 

Edward Coke, esq. brother of ditto — 46 

Daniel Parker Coke, esq. — 1- 130 

Sir John Coghill, bt. Richings, Bucks — 39 

Sir William Codrington, bt. Doddington, Glouc. 79. 236. 

Christopher Codrington, esq. Darbray, Glouc. — 79 

John Colcough, esq. — 378 

W. I. Vise. Cole, son of the Earl of Ennlskillen '-.• 341 
Hon. LowryG. Cole, brother of ditto . — ib. 

Edward Coleman, esq. — — 175 

Gabriel, Lord Coleraine (see Hanger) I. P. — 92. I jO 

William Colhoun, esq. Wretham, Norf. — I 

Sir George Collier, kt. West-hill, Surrey — 54 

Sir James Colebrooke, Gatton, Surrey — * 185 

Robert Colebrooke, esq. Chilham Castle, Kent 74 

Sir George Colebrooke, bt. Southgate, Midd. — * 196 

James Edward Colleton, esq. Hayneshill, Berks 23. 40 

Sir James Colquhoun, bart. Luss, Dunbarton. 280 

Robrrt Colville, esq. Ochiltree, Kinross — 277 

Charles Harvey Combe, esq. — — ill 

Richard Combe, esq. Earnshill, Som. — 153. 176 

RobertWenmanCoke, esq. Longfofd, Derb. 46. 51. 75 

Thomas Coke, esq. Holkham, Nprf. — 114 

Daniel Parker Coke, esq. — — 46. 130 

Edwari 



•( 4S3 ) 

JSo. 
Edward Cokei esq. Longford, Derb; -— 46 

Hon. George Compton/ (afterwards Earl of Northampton) 1 22 

Hon. Charles Compton^ ditto — Lb. 

Spencer Compton', esq. ditto ib. 

Charles Compton, esq. (now Earl of Northampton) ib. 

William Conoll/y esq. Castleton, near Dublin 188. 212 

Hon. Henry S. Conway, Park-place, Berks 4c. 118. 179 

Hon. Henry S. Conway^ 2d son of the Earl of Hertford 190. 198. 

205 

Hon. Robert S. Conway, 3d son of ditto — 175, 217 

Hon. Hugh S. Conway, 5th son of ditto «— 13. 33. 160 

Hon. George S. Conway, 6th son of ditto — 49 

Hon. William S.Conway, 7th son of ditto — 198. 205 

Henry, Vise. Conyngham, Ramsgate, Kent, I. P. — r 24 1 

John Conyers, esq. Copped-hall, Ess. — - 72 

John Cooper, esq. Pennington, Hants — 205 

George Cooke, es^. Harefield^ Midd. — 1C9 

firyaii Cooke, esq. -*- — 233 

Sir Grey Cooper, bt. Worlinton, Camb. 27. 30. 91. 230 

Edward Joshua Cooper, esq. — -*• 366 

Edward Sing Cooper, esq. — > — ib. 

Sir Eyre Coote, kb. West Park, Hants 61. 104. 363 

'Sir Lionel Copley, bt. Sprotborough, Yorksh. 33. 182 

John Corbet, esq. Sundorn, Salop — 140 

Sir George . Cornewall, bt. Mocas-court, Heref. — 80 

Frederick Cornewall, esq. Diddlebury, Salop *• 82 

Thomas Cornewall, Captain in the Navy •— 265 

Charles Wolfran Cornwall, esq. Barton- Priors Hants 30. 244. 245 

James Cope, esq. St Jameses Palace, Wcstmin. 205 

Robert Candin Cope, esq. — — 3 ^^ 

Velters Cornwall, esq. Mocas-court, Heref. 83 

Isaac Corry, esq. — — 160. 335 

Sir Samuel Cornish, bt. Sharnbrook, Bedf. — 192 

Hon. Edward Cornwallis, brother to Earl Corn wallis 1x0 

Hon. William Cornwallis, brother to Marquis Cornwallis 157. 178 

Hon. Henry Cornwallis, ditto to ditto — 178 

-James Cornwallis^ esq. ditto to ditto •— ib. 

G g 3 John 






John 

Sir John G. 

Sir Lynch 



( 454 ) 

Cotes, esq. Woodcote» Salop 
Cotterelli bt. Garnons, Hcxti. ^p» 

Cotton, bt. Cumbermere, Chesh* «— 

Sir John Hynde Cotton, bt. Maddinley, C^O^b* — 

Sir Robert S. Cotton, bt« «— — 

Cotton^ esq. — i 

Court, esq. Auldh^me* Hadd. '^^ 

Courtenay, bt. afterwards Vise. Coprtcntt^^ 
Courtenay, esq. Ford, Dev. — 

Courtenay, esq. — 

Courtown^ Beathall, Ches^. I. P* 
Cowper, esq. Hertinford, iierts; •«» 

^on. £dw. S. Cowper, brother to Earl Cowper 
Hon.J.Bulkeley Coventry, brother to the £arl of CovenUy 
Thomas Coventry, esq. Chiswick^ Midd. 

James Coutts, esq. Hillhoiise, Midd* *- 

'Williain Cowley, esq. — — 

Laurence Cox, esq. Woolcombe-hall^ Dor* 

Richard Hipp. Coxe, esq. Stone £^ston, Som* — > 

Henry Hipp. Coxe, esq. ditto -r- ' 

CharlcsWestlcy Coxe, esq. — — 

Sir Thomas Coxehead, bt. Epping, Ess. — • 

James Newsom Craggs, esq. Chad shunt, Warw. 



Stapleton 

Robert 

Sir William 

^. Reginald 

John 

James Earl of 

William 



No. 
89 

464 

4T 
54 

2x4. z\9 
ih. 

301 

54- 58 

145 

ib. 
ai3 

193 
40 



James, Vise. 

John 

Hon. W^illiam 

Thomas 

Patrick 

John 

John 

Gibbs 

Sir Patrick 

jCharlcs 

Sir James 

Champion ?• 

Champion P. 



— 37 
Cranburn, (now IVdarquis of Salisbury) 21. ^3. 214 

Craster, esq. Northumb. — 83 

— 197 

~ 3 

— 294 
216. 294. 310 

— 128 



Craven, (afterwards Lord Craven) 
Craven, esq. Beenham*place, Berks 
Crauford, esq. Auchinames, Renfr. 
Craufurd, esq, son of ditto 
Craufurd, esq. brother of Patrick 
Craufurd, esq. East Grinsted^ Sus^ 
Craufurd, kt. — — 

Craufurd, esq. — — 

Creed, kt. Greenwich, Kent — 

Crcspigney, esq. Burwood, Surrey 
Crespigney, esq. Hintlesham-hall, Suff. 



93 
196 

90 
176 

Thomas 



{ 455 ) 

.Xhomais "Eaic. Creswell, esq. Pinkney, Qlou. 

Thomas 

John 



No. 



Charles Alex. 

William 

James 

Brass 

Sir John 

Joseph 

Richard 

Richard 

Charles 

Henry 

Jeremiah 

James 

Robert 

George 
Sip Ellis 
SirW.A. * 
William 
sir William 
John 
Sir John 
Peregrine 

. I 

IFrancis C. 



Sir Brownlow 
Hon. John 
Henry 



— ^W 

Creswell, esq. son of ditto — 78 

Crewe, esq. Crewe-hall, Ches. (now Lord Crewe) 

18. 169 

Crickitt, esq. Smith-hall, Ess. — 173 

Crosbie, esq. — — 132 

Crosbie, esq. * — — 345 

Crosbie, esq. Chelsfield-court Lodge, JCent 54^ iii 

Crosse, bt. Baddhow-hall, Ess. — • 1 10 

Cripps, esq. — i — ^8 

Crofts, esq. Saxham, SufF. x6. X59. 205 

Crpwle, esq. Fryston-hall, Yorksh. 226 

Crowle, esq. r— — 230 

Cruger, esq. Courthouse, Som. — 146 

Crutchley, Sunninghill-jpark, Berks 30. 40. 48^ 189 

Cuningham, "esq. — -— 195 

Cunnigham, esq. brother to ditto (afterwards 

Lord Rossmore) — . ib. 

Cumming, esq. — — 303 

Cunliff, bt. Saighton-hall, Chesh. — 100 

Cunningham, bt. Livingstone, Linlithgowshire 290 

Currie^^ esq. East Horsley, Surrey, 185. 245 

Curtis, bt. Cullands, Midd. — « ill 

Curtis, esq. Batcombe, Surrey 148. 194 

Cust, bt. Belton, Line. —- 108 

Cust, esq. brother to do. Wanstead, Essex 108. 152. 

192 

Cust, esq. brother to ditto, Cockayne Hatley, 

Bedf. — — — p . 108 

Cust, bt. (now Lord Brownlow) 108. 152 



Cust, son of ditto — - 99 

Curwen, esq. Workington, Cumb. 42. 43 

John Christian Curwen, esq. son of ditto — ib. 

Sir Nathaniel Curzon, bt. (afterwards Lo/d Scarsdale) 45 

Hon. Nathaniel Curzon^ son of ditto — ib, 

G g 4 Penn 



( 456 ) 

Penn Asbeton Curton, esq. (now Vise. Curzon) 
Hon. Robert Curzon, son of ditto — 



K9. 

82. 99* lof 
- 99 



Robert DALLAJS, es<j. — • — 39. jpj 

Chas.Wm. £. of Dalkeith, eldest son of the Duke of Buc- 

cleugh — — 2f5.x2i9 

Dalrymple, bt. North Berwick, Hadd. 28 j. 31a 



.Sir Hew 
Sir Hew 
Sir Hew 
William 
Tames 

Denis Bowes 
Noah 
John 

Hon. John 
Hon. George 



Hon. Lionel 
Sir Nathaniel 
Sir George 
John 



D^lrymple, bt. son of ditto •— 285 

Dalrymple, bt. (see Hamilton) •— i]i: 

Dairy mple, esq. brother 16 the Earl of Stair 31^ 

Daly, esq. — — 344 

Daly, esq. Daly's Town, Galway 343 

Dalway, esq. — -*- 319 
Darner, esq. brother to Lord Milton, Cavf ^ 

Dors. — — 62 

Darner, eldest son to Lord Milton «^ 185 
Damer, 2d son to Lord Milton (see Viscount 

Milton) — 62. 213. 233. 397 



Damer, 3d son of Lord Milton — 321 

Dance, bt. (see Holland) — — 195 

Dalston, kt. Smardale-hall, West. — 200 

Dalston, esq. Acorn-Bank, Westmor. •— ib. 
Hon. Sir Con. D^Arcy, kb. uncle to the Earl of Hol4erness, 

Aske, Yorksh. — 214 

Darby, esq. Rear- Admiral of Great Britain 50 

Daniel, esq. — - — 29^ 

Darker, esq. Gayton, Northamp. r— Ip2 

Darling, kt, banker in London «— * 13 



George 

Ralph Allen 

John 

Sir Robert 

Sir Lionel 



barell, bt. Richmond Hill, Surry 



63. 23 c 
Sir 



pcorge 
Sir Thomas 
Sir Charles 
Duncan 
Somerset 
John 
Jicnry 
James 
Hon. John 
'Richard 
Jeremiah 
Jocelyn 
John, Lord 
' Sir Edward 
7bomas 
William 

Thomas 

Oliver 
John 
Sir John 
George H* 
Sir John W. 
Philip 
Peter 
George 
Sir James S. 



( 457 ) 

. No. 

Dashwood, bt. KirtHngtoHp Oxfordsh. 133 

Dashwoodi bt« son of ditto -— '5^- 3 '4 

Dashwood, bt« afterw. Lord Le Despencer 64. 

10 
— 146 

— 97 
— 179 

— 278 

142 

— 38- 239 



Sir Jflfmes 
Sir Henry 
Sir Francis 



Sir John King Dashwood, bt. nephew of ditto — 



Daubeney, esq. Ower, Glouc. 
Davenport, kt. Hendon, Midd. 
Daversy bt. Rushbrook, Suff. 
Davidson, esq. Tulloch^ Cromarty 
Davies, jun. esq. — 

Dawes^ esq. — 

Dawkins, esq. Dunston* Berks 156. 203. 2q6. 21 x 
DawkinSy esq. -i— > — 211 

Dawney (see Vise. Downe} — 78. 233 

Dawson, esq. Dawson's Grove, Ireland 362 

Dawson^ esq. — — 64. 65 

Deane, esq. i— ' — r 26 

De BlaquierCi kb. I. P. -« 205 

Deering; bt. Surrenden, Kent — - 243 

De Grey, esq. Merton, Norf. — 114 

De Grey, esq. (afterwards Lord Walsingham) i6. 

39 
De Grey, esq. son of ditto (now Lord Wal- 
singham) — — 23 
De Lancey, esq. £ffingham, Surrey 
Delgarno, esq. — — 
Delaval, bt. (now Lord Delaval) — - 
Delaval, esq. Bavington, Northumb* 



De la Pole, bt. Chute, Dev^ 
Dehany, esq. •— 

Delm^, esq. Carnshouse, Hants 
Dempster, esq. Dunnichen, Forf* 
Denham, bart. Coltness, Lanarkt 
William Joseph Denison, esq. Denbies, Surrey 
Jo^n Denison, esq. Ossington, Nott. 

Jobi^ Dent, esq« Clapham, Surrey 



171 
92 

138 
125 

29 

35 
127 

3©5 

289 

28 

13 
96 

Joha 





' /I «8 ) 


■ 


■ 


^^HHE«?^ 






«r.. 




De Ponthjeu, esq. ^ 


^ 


2S 


Lautenc» 


Desborough, esq. — 


» 


4 


William 


Devaynes, esq. — 




5« 


Robert 


Deverell, esq. — 


— 


a? 


Joha 


Dcwar, esq. ^ 


— 


aij 


ftuimm 


Dick. esq. — 


— 


39 


Matshe 


Dickenson, esq. Dunstable, Bedf. 




"3 


William 


Dickenson, esq. King's Weston, Som. 


■4- 244 


William 


Dickenson, jun. esq. ^ 




152 


William 


Dickenson, esq. ^ 




»3. 145 


Samuel 


Dicker, esq. Walton, Surrey 


— 


i" 


Francis 


Dickins, esq. Braocheshall, Suff. 




17. 120 


3olia 


Dickson, esq. Kilbucho, Peebks-shi 


e 


291 


Japies 


Dickson, esq. Ednam, Berwick. 




3"' 


Witliam 


Dickson, esq. Kilbucks, Peebles-shirft 


ib. 


Edward, Lord Digby, Sherborne Castle, Dors. 


_ 


148 


Henry, Lord 


Digby, (afterwards Earl of Digby> 




48 


Robert 


Digby, esq. Admiral of the White 




.48 


Hon. Hen. An 


g. Dillon, son of Viscount Dillon 


_ 


7i- 3«» 


Hugh Massey 


Dillon, esq. — 




PS 


Nathaniel 


Dimsdale, esq. (Baron of the Roma 


a Empire) 




Hertford, Herts. _ 




«)• 


■ Thomas 


Dimsdale, esq. — 


_ 


ib. 


Jobn 


Dodd, esq. Swalbwficld, Berks 




3 


George Bubb 


Doddington, esq. (a&emards Lord Melcombe) 64- 








<i 


Sir William 


Dolben, bt. fuidon, Norlhamp. 




120. r34 


Arthur, Earl 


of Donegal, Fisherwick, Staff. I. P. 




211 


John StLeger 


Douglas, esq. Spring-Place, Ess- 




S3. !0( 


Charles, Lord Douglas, 2d- son of the Duke of (Jue 


ensberry i^9 j 


Archibald 


Douglas, Kirkton, Dumf. — ■ 




279. 3'i 


Archibald 


Douglas, esq. (now Lord Douglas of Douglai) S** | 


Sir James 


Douglas, bt. Spring Park, Roxb. 




!J1 


Sir George 


Douglas, bt. son of ditto 


_ 


29< 


William 


Douglas, esq, Kilhead, Dumf. 


— 


Jl) 


Sylvester 


Douglas, esq. (see Glenbervie) 




it. 'Si 
Aln 






ji 


M 



( 4S9 ) 



4.kxr M»e£ 
Jolui Lord 

WUliam 



Dougbs, son of the Duke of Hamiltoa 
Doune, eldest ton of the £ail<i6MQraj^ 
Po,\K4iP«(veUf esq. PulLcouft^ Weio* 
Powdes welly esq. son of di^to 
penryP.D.Vt, Pawnay, I. P. -« - 

John Vitct. Downe* brother of ditto. ^— 

J(ohn Christoph. DownCi son of do. (now Lord Dawnay) 
Sh Jacob G. Downing* bt. Gamlingay-Park, Camb. 

DoylcJI^ It. B. — 

P'Oyley, hart. P'Oyley, Hants 
D'Oyley, esq. Hampton-Court, Midd. . 
Drake, ,esq. ^ardelpes, Bu^ks 
Dcake, esq. S9n of ditto -w 

Drakfi, eiq*. Shaydelae^ 'm* 

Drake, esq. --v* 

Sir Francis H. Drake, bart. Buckland, Pev-. - 

Francis Wm. Drake, esq. brother of ditto -i-* 

Henry Drax, esq. Wareham* Tkass - 

Edward Drax, esq. ditto mn 

Thomas Earl Drax, Charborough, Pora. * -^ 

jCharles Earl of Progheda, I. P« -r- 



Sir John 
Sir John H. 
Christopher 
William 
William 
T. Tyirwhitt 
T. Tyrwhitt 



Adam 
^enry 
Henry 
William 
John ^ 
Thomas 
'Hon. James 
Hon. Arthur 
Si|: James 
Stratford D. 
Patrick 

John 

Thomas Lee 
Thomas 



Ifo. 

219 

79 
224 

159. 21? 

174 
xtSo 

173 

68. 246 

12 

ib. 
ib. 
ib. 

58 
ib« 

68 

ib. 

ib. 

189 

35. 164. 305 

13. 190 

H9 

23.40 

118 



Prum^ond, esq. Meginch, Perth 
Prmnmpad, sen. esq. Grange, Hants 
Drummondf esq. son of ditto — 

Drw^vaiondi esq. Logiealmond, Perth 
Diunimopd, esq. Stapmiore, Midd* 
Duckett, esq. H4(lham» Wilts 209 

Duil^ eldest son of Lord £r;K:o (see MacduS) 274 
Duff/ brother of drtto^ Oiton, £lg. 282 

Duff, Kinstair, Aberdeenshire 274 

Dugdale, esq. Merevale Hall, Warw. 197 

Duigenan, esq. Merlon Avenue, Booterstown^ 

Armagh — 321 

Duke, esq. Gettisham, Dev. 54 

Dummer, esq. Cranbury, Hants i6q^ 

Dummer, esq. son of ditto 73. ijS* x6o» 164. 205 

William 



m 


( 4'So ) 




No: 


William ViK 


Duncannnon, son of the Eatl of Besboiougli 27. 175 


William Vise. 


Duncinnon, son of ditto ^ 124,227 


Thomas 


Duncombe, esq. Duncorabe-Park, York 127.205 


Charles 


Duncombe, esq. jun. ditto 335 


Heory 


Duncombe, esq. Copgrove ditto 224 


Charles 


Dundas, esq. Barton-Court, Berks 3-230. 291 


Robert ■ 


Dundas, esq. Aniiston, Edinb. 2S1 


Robert 


Dundas, esq. eldest son ofditto — ib. 


William 


Dunda5, esq. 2d son of ditto 302. 307 


Henry 


Dundas, esq. senr. (now Viscount Melville) 




162. 281.301 


Robert 


Dundas, esq. sod of ditto — 239. 244 


Jame. 


Dundas, esq. Dundas, Linlithgow 290 


Sir Lawrence 


Dundas, bart. Askehall, York 170. 230. 301 


Sir Thomas 


Dundas, bart. (now Lord Dundas) 230. 298 


Hon. Lawrence Dundae, son of Lord Dundas 225. 230 


Hon. Clia. Law.Dundas, 2d son of Lord Dundas 230 


Thomas 


Dundas, esq. Carronhall, Stirlingshire 291 


Thomas 


Dundas, esq. junr. — ib. 


William 


Dundas, esq. — 299 


Richard 


Dunlo, esq. son of the Eatl of Clancarty 343 


Thomas Vise. 


Dupplln, son of the Earl of Kinooul 17 


John 
^ Thomas 


Durrand, esq. Charshalton, Surrey ir. 53. 246 


Durant, Scottow, esq, Norf, — 3$ 


George 


Durant, esq. Tong-Caslle, Salop 212 


James 


Dutton,. esq. (now Lord Sherburne) 76 


Jeremiah 


Dyson, esq. Sloke, Surrey 65. 1^8. 189 


John Hod»n 


Durand, esq. West Dean Place 9» 


Jam« 


Dupre, esq. Whitton-Park, Bucks 11. iSj 




' m 


^^^^mpson Lord 


EARDLEY, B.lv.Jtrt, KtM ^^^^^ 


r William Rawl 


Eatle, esq. Hcndon, Mida. — 2i3 




WiUira 1 



< 461 ) 

William R. Earle, esq. Eastcourt, Wilts «-« 169 

John £ames, esq* — ijS* 169 

£dward Hyde East, esq. — - 214 

Hugh Visct. Ebrington, son of Earl Fortescue «— 52 

Sir John Eden, bart. Windlestone, Durham 79 

William Eden^ esq. brother of do. (now Lord Auckland) 

136. 207 
Hon. W. F. E. Eden, son of ditto — 136 

Hon. Richard Edgecumbe, (afterwards Lord Edgecumbe) 32 

Hon. George Edgecumbe, brother of ditto, (afterwards Earl 

of Mountedgecumbe) — • 36 

Hon. Richard Edgecumbe, son of ditto, (now Earl of Mont.) ib* 
Sir Archibald Edmonstone, bart* Duntreath, Dumb. 280 

Charles Edmonstone, junr. esq. son of do. Duntreath, 

Dumb. — ib* 

Sir Thomas Egerton, bart. (now Earl of Wilton) 94 

Samuel Egerton, esq. Knitton-Park, Chesh. < 18 

William Egerton, esq. Tatton, Chesh. izj 

William Egerton, esq. ditto — 170. 206 

John William Egerton, esq. (now Earl of Bridgewater) 123. 127 
Sir William Elford, bart. Beckham, Dev. 50 

John Earl of Egmont, Enmore-Castle^ Som. 1 50 

Edward Eliot, esq. (afterwards Lord Eliot) 20. 22. 37 

Hon. Ed. Jas. {Eliot, eldest son of ditto, (afterwards Lord 

Eliot) .— 22, 37 

Hon. John Eliot, 2d son of Lord Eliot, (now Lord Eliot) ZZ 
Hon. Wm. Eliot, 3d son of Lord Eliot — ' 37 

Sir Gilbert Elliot, bart. Minto, Roxb. — • 296. 297 

Sir Gilbert Elliot, bart. (now L9rd Minto) 26. 127. 296 

John Elliot, esq. uncle of do. Admiral of the White 44 

William Elliot, esq. -r- 121. 364 

Welbore Ellis, esq. Twickenham, Midd. (afterwards 

Lord Mendip) — • 11. 64. 159 

JohnThomais Ellis, eKq. Wjdi^lrHalU Herts 23 

Charles Rose Ellis, Patk- Place, Midd. ««- 68.207.246 

George ; Ellis, esq. ditto. ~ 248.246 

Richard 



4 #52 > 

Rfebard Ellison, ti^. SadbtookewHoline, Lltie# 104^ 

Htm. Sit G. K« Elphlnslone, (now Lord Kjdtk) 280. ^98 

johii £lweSy esq* «-k. ^ 

Sir Henry Ersklhie, ban. West An«ti*Cfther, tlfe 307. 315 

Sit Jas. St Clair Etskiui?, son of ditto, (n6W Eat! 4f Rosslyn) 

119. 127. 36ft 
Bbn. Irhomas Erskine,' (now Lord Erskine) — ^ tyj 

Hc(h. Henry Erskine, brother to tht Earl of l^uchah 3ij« 312 

£rskioe, bart. Torrie^ fife — » 

Etskine, son of ditto «-» 

Estcourt, esq. fcstcdurt, t^louc. 

Estcoiirt, Griihstone NfcW-f ark, V^^ilts^ 

Xstwick, sent. esq. -«* 

£stwick, . junr* cisq. . -i- 

Evelyn, bart. Clatford, Surrey 

£velyo, esq, St Clair, kent. -^ 

6fco. A. W, S. Evelyn, bart. (see Shuckborougfe) — - 
liliomas Everett, esq. Beddesdeh, Wilts — ^ 

Aifg.H.Earlof Euston, (now Duke of Graftbo^ 
G. Atrg.'Eatlof Eu^ton, son of ditto — * 



fk Willie 
Sir V^ni&ih 
Itliomas 
Tboikla^ 
&alZtuel 
Samuet 
Sr Jobn 
il^lliant 



William 

Thomas 

ffahcrs 

Samuel 

Ant!i6ny 

A^th^y 



Ewer, esq. Richmond, Surrey 

Ewer, esq. Brother of ditto 

Eyre, esq. (Jowlesbburhe, Glo\icesfer 

Ifcyre, esq. New-House, Witts 

Eyre, esq. Grove, Notts. 

Eyre, tesij, Hardolph- Grove, Notts. 



283 
• ib- 

2I| 

216 

20» 

fb. 

26 

'242 

16. iilr 

ib. 

106. ll*t 
203 

232 

12$ 



F. 



Arthur Visct, FAIR^OR&i (affcemawds Mnr^ttBs t)f Dowh^ 

shire) ^ 23; sW 

H6n% Robert Fahfax, brdthcr to Viscoutit Fairfcx, Leeds- 

Castle, Kent — 89 

Frcdcnck 



Frederick John Falkina:^ esq. ^ 33) 

Charles Vise. Fane, Bassildon, Berks^ LP. ^^ , ^ 

F&tDfey t$s(^. Bry%pton, Som. (alt^rwalrds &atl 

of Wesetno^a«id) -^ ^ 

Fane, esq. brother of ditto^ Bradford Peverell, 

Dorstetditre ^-^ ib* 

Fane, esq. Spottisbaryy Dort, 62^ '63 

Fiine, esq. Wownley, 'Oxf% >— * ij 

Fah^, esq. son oT ditto •**- 133 

Fane, uncle to 'dse Eaifl of Wecftttidrelandy 

Ftdbeck, Line. — 

Fane, brother to the Earl of W^tmoreland 
Fane, fc§q. Folbeok, Line. — • 

Fanshawe, 6^. Leightfm^ DiKvOnA. 
Fanshaf^^ toq. H^nky, Oxf . — ^ 

Famaby, i>art. Kep{r}iigtoiiy Kent 



_ » 

Tiiomas 

Francis 

Francis 
Henry 
John 
Hon. Henry 

Hon. Thomas 

Henry 

Robert 

Simon 

Sk Charles ■ 



Robeft Earl of Farnham, Fsmhain, Cavan, Irftlcftril 



63 

ib. 

89. 95* 241 



Thomas 

James 

Henry 

Welter 

Nieholas 

Coulsbn 

WHUam 

Willie 



Fatrfer, esq. Clapbam, YorisKfe. ^ &j 

Far(]^ar| es^. -*- ■ 3aj; 

Fawoett, esq. la MSerohai^t in Lotiitoh 56 

. Fawkes, esq. Farnley-Hall, York 224 

Fazakerl^y, lesqw Prti^eott^ Lane. -<i* 93; 

FeHowes^esq. Plaerik)u9e, liitifts 8)t 

Feliowes, vsq. Nactofti^ Bs^jM. •iuu j^^ 

FvIloWeSf e9q<. Ramsey, Hvtvt. — « i^B 

William Henry FeUow^, e^. Ramsey Abb^ — > ^ 

I^obert ' Fellowcs, esq. Skdttisham-Kdtfse, Norf. xij 

Hon. Newton Fellowes, brother to the Earl 6f PdrtMotttb tiSS 
Thomas . Feh'svtck, esq, - . *»i- -266 

Sir Adam Ferguson, hart. Kilkerran, Ayrsh. 272. 30 x 

f^raies > : ' Ferguson, esq. Piitfour, Aberaeeiiih. 271.' ^74 

Robert ' Bergjiitfoo, erfq.junr. R*?th, F?fe -^ 285 

Rxmald Crauf.- -Ferguson, esq/^ifthfer^ofdittb ^ii^ , i^ 

Sir MatthcMrt '-fldEllcYSConliJii^, >bf»lv Up-^t^'fk^ Sbss. 127. i 5^ 
Sir Henry irir'IIVftlt^rttWihii^ij li^aft. ibntrf' ditto ijt^ 

SfeThomas Fethctnon, bart. Ardegh^^ IiMigftW ' . "357 

Paul 



■ 


( 464 ) 


m 

Si. 


P.ol 


Field, esq. Stanford bury, Hecti 


86 


P.II1 


Fielding, esq. — 


27 


Wn..R.Vi«;t. 


Folding, son of the Earl of Denbigh 39 


•i» 


Jinci £iil of 


Fife, (now Lord Fife) DufF-house, Banffshire 






273- 


28t 


Sit lobn 


Filmer, bart. East Sutton-place, Kent 


■95 


Hon. William 


Finch, father of the present Earl of Winchelsea 


»3« 


Hon. Henry 


Finch, 2d brother of the Earl of Wiochelsea 


»3S 


Hon. Edmrd 


Finch, 3d brother of ditto, (see Hatton) 


iS 


Siville 


Finch, esq. Thurbury, York — 


92 


Hon. Charles 


Finch, brother to the Earl of Aylesford, Voylas, 






Deob. — 92 


119 


Hon. Wni. C. 


Finch, 2d brother of ditto, Albury, Surrey 


180 


Hon. Ed.a.d 


Finch, 3d brother of ditto — 


■7 


Sir CordoU 


Firebrace, bart. Milford-Hall, Suff. 


■71 


Brlco 


Fisher, esq. Edwiostow, Nott. — 


212 


William 


Fitzherbect, esq. Tisslngton, Derb. 46 


193 


Thorn.. 


Fitzherbert, esq. Stubbitigton, Hants 


196 


Maurice 


Fitzgerald, esq. Ballindetry, Kerry 


34J 


Robin U. 


Fitzgerald, esq. MIddleton, Cork — 


327 


Rt. Hon. ]a.. 


Fitzgerald — 


326 


Lord Rob. S. 


Fitzgerald, brother to the Duke of Leinster 


347 


Wm. Visct. 


Fitzmaurice, (afterwards Marq. of Lansdownc 


ro 


Hon. Tiiomas 


Fltzniaurice, brother of ditto — 10 


209 


Jaoras 


Fitzharris, son of the Earl of Malroesbury 26 


18, 


William 


FItzhugh, esq. Milbrooke, Hants 


59 


Hon. Richard 


Fitzpatrick, brother to the Earl of Upper Ossory $5 


ScudamoreCh. 


. Fltzroy, esq. Holme Lacy, Heref. 


118 


Charles 


iltzroy, esq. (afterwards Lord Southampton) 






^7S 


■79 


Hon.G.Fcrd 




■79 


Charles Lord 


Fitzroy, 2d son of the Duke of Grafton 


ib. 


L William Lord 


ntzroy, 3d Son of ditto — 


J 19 


B Hon. John 


Fiizwllliam, brother to Viscount Fitzwilliam, LP. 4 


1' Hon. George 


FItzwilliam, brother to Earl FilxwiUiam 


230 


I Richard Visct 


Fitiwilliam, L P. — 


204 


^ 


m 


i 



No, 
Sir Wm* Le Fleming, bart. Rydall, Westmoreland 42 

Sir MicliaelLe Flemings bart. r^ . AQ(I 

John Fleming, esq. Stoneham-Parky Hants ijfi 

Sir Henry Fletcher, bart. — ,41 

Sir kobert Fletcher, knt. '— ; 2rj 

Andrew Fletcher^ esq. janr. Saltpun, Hadd; 285. 3! i 

Sir Thomas Fludyer, bart. Leigh, Kent 211.214 

fiir Samuel. Fludyer, bart* brother to dittd 235 

Sir Samuel B. Fludyer, bart. Uske, Monm. — . ' ib. 

George Fludyer, esq. brother to dltto^ Thistleton, 

Rutland — 211: 

Thomas Foley, esq. Stoke-Edith, Heref. (afterwards 

Lord Foley) — 94* ^36 

lion. Thomas Foley, eldest son of ditto, (late Lord Foley) 94 
Hon. £dward Foley, 2d son of Lord Foley , ««- 219 

Hon. Andrew Foley, 3d son of Lord Foley --^ 2zc 

l*liotxias Foleyi esq. — • 22 

Francis F. Foljambe, esq. Auldwark, Yorksh. 224 

Henry Flood, esq. Farmley, Kilkenny^ Ireland i^ 246 

Sir Martin B. Folkes, bart. Hillingdon^Hall, Norf. 116 

Wm. P. Visct. Folkestone, son of the Earl of Radnor io% 

John Fonblanque, esq. — 28 

2achary Ph. Fonnereau, esq. Merchant in Londoii 176 

Philip Fonnereau, esq. son of ditto •— ib. 

Thomas Fonnereau, esq. Chrisjt Church, Ipswich^ $uff. 

176. 177 
Martin Fonnereau, esq. nephew of ditto 176 

Geo. John Vise. Forbes, son of the Earl of Graoard 357 

^ir Francis Ford^ bart. Ember*Court, Surrey 170 

Richard ^ord, esq. Barrister at Law — - 195.201 

Ceorge Visct. Ford wich« son of Earl Cowper 86 

John Fordyce, esq. Ayton, Berw. '^ 243 

William ]^orester» es^. Dotthill, Salop -^ 243 

£rooke Forester, esq. eldest son of ditto — - 143 

George. Forester, esq. eldest son of ditto, Willy, Salop ib. 

Cepil Forester, esq. 2d son of William Forester ib. 

[vol. 1X.3 H h Aieir- 



^ 


( 4^6 ) 




No. 


Alexander 


Forrester, esq. Barrister at Law 51, ifia. 17* 


Hon. Hugh 


Fortescue, (now Earl Fortescue,) CastlehiTl, 






Kenneth Vise. 


Fortrose, {afterwards Earl of Scaforth) 376 


Thomas 


Foster, esq. Egham, Surrey — 6z 


John 


Foster, esq. Gallon,, Louth, Ireland — 358 


Henry 


Fox, esq. brother tD the Earl of Ilchcster, 




(afterwards Lord Holland) 4. no. 174 


Hon, Stephen 


Foi, eldest son of ditto, Wintecslow, Wilts 203 


Hon. Cha. Jas 


. Fox, 2d son of Lord Holland 110. 212. 3OZ 


James 


Fox, esq. Bramham-Park, York — 189 


Sir Philip 


Francis, K. B. — -»5«^Ij8. 201 


SiiThoma* 


Frantland, bart. Thitkelby-Park, York 234 


Sit Thomas 


Frsnkland, bart. son of ditto — 234 


William 


Frankland, esq. Muntbam — lb. 


. William 


Frankland, esq. — . 93 


Simon 


Fraser, esq. eldest son of Lord Lovat 385 


Arch.Campbell Fraser, esq. 2d son of ditto ^ ib. 


James 


Fraser, esq. — 185 


John HoDkhar 


n Frere, esq. _ 29 


Thos. Edward 


Freeman, esq. Batsford, Gloucester 194 


Thos. Edwaid 


s Freeman, esq. janr, sonof ditto — ib. 


Sarabrooke 


Freeman, esq. Fawley-Court, Osf. S38 


Tho. Francis 


Freemantle, esq. a Captain in the Navy 241 


William Henry Freemantle, esq. — 27. 75 


William 


Fullarton, esq. Fullarton, Ayrsh. 53. 189. 272. 312 


Rose 


Fuller, esq. Rosehill, Susses 92. 194. 243. 244 


John 


Fuller, esq. ditto ditto ^ 187 


John 


Fuller, esq. ditto ditto — 133. 156. 282 


Richard 


Fuller, esq. Maidenhead Thicket, Berks 161 


Henry 


Fornese, esq. Gunnersbury, Midd. — 243 


Thomas 


Fydell, esq.junr. Kirton-housc, Llncolnshlrg lOj 


Henry 


Fynes, esq. — 33; 




^ J 



C 4^7 ) 



6. 



1 



Wtfi.Hall, Vi. 
Henry 
Wm. Visct. 
Wm. Visct, 
Ro^rt A. 
Sir Richard 
Alexander 
Sit John W. 
l^rAlka / 
Jokn B. 
George 
Letd Johir 
Lofd George 
Sic Bennet 
Ckurles Drake 
Sanuel 
ClkMrles 
WiUiam 
William 

Benjamin 

laaec 

Bambtr 

Bamber 
Sir Thomas 
Francis 
Semuel Robert 
SivWnUfim 
I^ord George 



GAGrk, Erie, Sosscr -;- 

Gage^ esq. n^hew of dhto (now Viscount^ 
Galway, Serlbj^ Notts*. — 

Gal way, son of ditto — • 

Gal way, brother of ditto — 

Gamtfn, bart. Sontbgate-house, Mtdd. 
Garden,- esq. Troup, Aberdeensh. -*^ 

Gardner, bart. Roehe-co^rt, Hants 
Gardner, bart. (now Lord Gardner) 
Garforth, esq. Steetori-hall, Yorkslf. 
Garland; esq. "^ 

Garlies, (afterwards Blarl of Galloway) 



238 
• ib« 

2711 

50., 2Vt 

44. i8(J 

^^ 

127. 215 



Garlies, eldest son of ditto (now E. of Galloway) 27' 
Garrard, bart. Lumer, Herts — 19 

Garrard, esq. Shardeloes, Bocks^ -^ 12^ 

Garth, esq. Devizes, Wilts — 2ip 

Garth, esq. ditto ditto — ^ ib- 

Gatthshore, esq. — 2t. 6j 

Garrow, esq. Attorney- General to the Prince 

of Wales — 4^ 

Gaskell, esq. < ^^^ 74 

Gascoigne, esq. Roby-hall^ Lane. -^ , IQ^ 
Gascoigne, esq. Childwell-hall, Lane. 24^ 74. S^» 

Gascoigne, esq. son of ditta -^ 160 

Gascoigne, bart. Parlington, York 19$. 233.234 
Gashry, esq. Parson's -green, Midd. 3I 

Gaussen,esq. BrookmanVpark, Herts 199^ 

Geary, bart. Oxonheath, Kent '^ ^.Sf 

Gemntnei (afterwards \^ouat Sackville) ^> i^^ 



Hha 



2^;& rt.i 



ftr 





1 

< 468 1 


Av. 


SirVicary 


Gibbs, knt. — 


49 


Edward 


Gibbon, esq. Butriton, Hants 22. 


164. 343 


Sir John 


Gibbons, St an well-house, Midd. bart. 


6 


Sir Sampson 


Gideon, bart. (now Lord Eardley) 15. 


190. 198 


Davie* 


Giddy, esq. — — 


10s 


Thomas 


Gilbert, esq. Cotton, Staff. — 


i63. 170 


Sir Alexander 


Gilmour, batt. Craigmiller, £dmb. 


281 


Daniel 


Giles, esq. Youngsbury, Herts 


195 

90 


George 


Gipps, esq. Canterbury, Kent — 


John 


Gisborne, esq. Derby, Derbysh. 


46 


^ William 


GlanviUe, esq. St Clair, Kent — 


24a 


Francis 


Glanville, esq. Catchfrench, Corn. — 


212 


Richard 


Glover, esq. a IMercbant in London 


265 


Richard 


Glover, esq. a Barrister at Law — 


32 


Sir Richard 


Glyn, bart. Chelsea, Midd. — 


III. 198 


Sir Rich. Carr 


Glyn, knt. 3d son of ditto — 


35 


John 


Glynn, esq. a Serjeant at Law — 


109 


Sir John 


Glynn, bart. Broadlane, Flint — 


260 


Henry 


Glassford, e3<i. Dougaldston, Dumb. 


280 


Sylvester Lord Glenbervie — — 


239 


Thomas 


Goddard, esq. Swindon, Wilts — 


202 


Thomas 


Goddard, esq. ditto ditto — 


213 


Ambrose 


Goddard, esq. — . 




Thomas 


Godfrey, Brookeslreet-house, Kent 


243 


Prancls 


Godolphin, esq. Bayles, Berks, (afterwards 




LordGodolphinofHehton) - 


26 


Thomas S. 


Gooch. esq. Layham, Suff. — 


17* 


Philip 


Goldsworihy, esq. — 


204 


Sir John 


Gooddcke, bart. Rib st on- hall, York 


229. 238 


Henry 


Goodricke, esq. son of ditto — 


164 


Lord Adam 


Gordon, uncle to the Duke of Gordon 


371.287 


Lord WiUiara 


Gordon, brother to ditto — 


189. 286 


Lord George 


Gordon, 2d brother of ditto — 


215 


Hon. WiUiam 


Gordon, brother tothe Earlof Aberdeea 


136. 

282. 286 


Sir William 


Gordon, k. s. Gerrington-pait, Loicest. 


157 
Williaw 




_jt^^ 



( 4«9 > 

No. 

William Gordon, esq. Rochester, Kent — 9c 

John Gordon, esq. Invergordon, Cronit — A78 

Cosmo Gordon, esq. Cluny, Aberdeensh. — ib 

John Gordon, esq. Kenmure, Kirkcudb. — 288 

James Gordoa, esq. Moore-place, Herts 24. 26 c 
Alex. P. Cum. Gordon, esq. Altjr and Gordonston, Elgin 203 

John Spalding Gordon, esq. -«* 314 

Hon. William Gore, son of the Earl of Arran — 351 

Charles Gore, esq. Tring, Hertf. «— 59. 84 

John Gore, esq. Bu^-hill, Midd. «— io5 

Thomas Gore, esq. Dunstoa, Berks — 213 

Richard Gorges, esq. Kilbrew, Meath, Ireland 8s 

Hamikon Gorges, esq. — 36a 

Sir Henry Goring, bart. Highden, Suss. -• 19S 

Charles Goriag, esq. brother of ditto, Wistoo, Snss* ib. 

Sir Henry Gough, bart. (see Calthorpe) — • 193 
Sir Charles Gould, knt. (see Morgan) — 249* 250 

Charles Gould, esq. son of ditto (see Morgan) 250 
George L.S. Gower, (now Marquis of Stafford) 167.170 

Hon^ Lord W. Gower, son of Earl Gower *-« 167 

Baptist, Lord Gower, 2d son of ditto •— 170 
Hon. Lord J. Gower, 3d son of ditto •»- 170. 20C 

Lord Edward Gower, son of ditto — 24 

Lord Granville Gower, brother to the Marquis of Stafford 67 

Ralph Gowland, esq. Lalehaxn, Midd. 44. 71 

David Graeme, esq. Gorthy, Perth —^ 293 
James Marq.of Graham, (now Duke of Montrose) 213. 230 

Thomas Graham, esq. Balgowan, Perth -«^ 293 

George Graham, esq. Kinross — 277 

Sir James Graham, bart. Netherby, Cumb. *-« 229 

James Graham, esq. -^ 44.314 

J. M. Marq. of Granby, son of the Duke of Rutland i j 
C. M. Marq.of Granby, son of ditto, (afterwards Duke of 

Rutland) — — 16 

SirLudowick Grant, bart. Castle Grant <«!• 28a 

Hh3 Sit 





< *7° ) 




A'«. 


Sir James 


Grant, bart. son of Sir Ludowlck Grant 274. aSa 


Francis 






Ludowick Grant — 281 


^ViUiam 


Grant, esq. brother (^ ditto, Prestoiigrange, 




Haddington — 304 


Francis Wm. 


Giant, esq. son of Sir James Grant 303. 28a 


Alex. Lewis 


Grant, eldest son of Sir James Grairt — 2fi» 


Sir Alexander 


Giant, Dalvey, Elgin. — 30J 


James 


Grant, esq. fiallindallocb, Elgin, 299. 302 


pa. McDowall Grant, esq. Amdilly, Elgin — 274 


Sir William 


Grant, knt. Master of the Rolls 4.67. 274 


John 


Grant, esq. Waltliam-place, Berks — 36 


Henry 


Grattan, esq. — 233. 339 


- William 


Graves, esq. Bake, Cornw. — 29 


William 


Graves, esq. a Master in Chancery ^ ib. 


FrederJtckWm. Graves, e^. Paly at, Corn. — 'A. 


5rh=«„ 


Graves, esq. (afterwards Lord Graves) ib. J.' 


durle. 


Gray, esq. Colchester, Essex — 73 


George 


Gray, esq. brother to Sir James Gray, bait. 245 


Henry Deanc 


Grady, esq. _ 3;, 


Erauel 


Greathead, esq. Guy'sdiff, Warw. — 198 


Robert 


Gregory, esq. Vslence, Kent ^ 91.92 


Robert 


Greenhlll, esq. Checqucrs, Bucks — 334 


Wllliain 


Green, es^. — 375 


James 


Green, «q. Tuiton Tower, I^anc. 196 


Ttoma. 


Greig, esq. — — itj 


fajeoe " 


Grenscll, esq. -— 4 


•rrancis 


Gregor, esq. Trewarthenry, Cornw.' — as 


Mark 


Gregory, esq. a Merchant in Lond«n 169 


Hon- Georg^e 


GrenviUe, brother to Earl Tcmflc — 9 


Peorje 


Grenvilk, esq. son of ditto, (now Marquis of 




B.uckingham) — « 


Thomas 


Grenville, esq. next brother ofditt* S. 9. 176 


William W. 


GrenviUe, esq. (now Lord Grenville) 8. 9 


Hon. James 


Grenville, 2d broiherof Earl Temple 9 


|va» 


Grenville, esq. son of ditto, (now Lord Glas- 


tonbury) — 8. 9 




Richard 



( 47« ) 



&c1iard 
Hbn.ijenry 
ttord George 



GtexmUcf esq. isrother of dkto 
CrenvUle, jd brother of Earl T^aqrle 
Grewlle, (tiow £arl of Warwick} 
t^on.F.Chas. GreviHe^ brother of ^tto — 

hon. F. Robert Greville, 2d brother of ditto — 

LordGreo.HarryGrej, (afterwards Earl. Stamford) 



No. 

-* 9 

9. 144. 234 

159.199 

4. 199 

— 167 



LordGeo.HarrjGrey, son of ditto, (noTv Earl of Stamford) 37. 176 



Hod. John 
Hon. Booth 
Sir Henry 

tlti«. Charles 
ftr John 
jliomas 
.t^hristopher 
i^illiam 
Josepli 
James Visct. 



Grey, uncle of ditto — 33. 141 

Grey, brother to the present Earl of Stamford 10 c 
Grey, bart. brother of £acl Gray, Howick, 

, Northumb. — 

Grey, (see Howick) — 

Griffin, k. b. (afterwards Lord Howard) 
Griffin, esq. Dixon-Hadnock, Monm* * 
Griffith, esq. i?ad worth, Berks «- 

Grieve, iesq. London — 

Grigby, esq. Diikston, Suff. — 

Xrrimstone, Gorhambury, Herts — 



James B. Vise. Grimstone, son of ditto 



12 s 

ib. 
166 
196 
196 
292 
172 

84. 85' 



5EJon. William Grimstone. brother of ditto, Oxhcy, Hefts 85.201 



lion. W, Jas, 
ISIr Robert 
%r Richard 

Thomas 

Hichkr^ 
TThomas -^ 



Grimstone, son of Viscount Grimstone 
Grosvenor, bart, Eatonhall, Chesb. 
Grosvenor, bart. son of ditto, (afterwards 

Earl Grosvenor) — 

Grosvenor, esq. brother to ditto, Swell-court^ 

Somer. — 

Grosvenor, esq. eldest son of ditto 
Grosvenor, esq. 2d son of di^to -r* 



&ich. E.Draz Grosvenor, Charborough, Dpr. «— 



William 
William 

I 

Sir William 

Joseph 

Joseph 



Grove, esq. Chesinbury, Wilts 
Grove, esq. Coventry, Warw. 
Guise, bart. Rendcombe, Glou» 
Giilston^ esq. a Merchant in London 
GulstoD, esq. Corfe-Mullen, Dors. 



«5 
'? 

Ik. 

ib. 
lb. 

31 

99 

'6s 

198 

70 
61 



~ ib. 

Hcncage Lord Guernsey, (afterwards Earl of Aylcsford) 92 

Beneagc Lord Guernsey, son of do. (^now E. of Ajlesford).92. 199 

Hh 4 George 





1 

( 47» ) 


1 


George W. 


Gunning, son of Sir Robert Gunning 


'1^^ 


Howell 


Gwynne, esq. Garth, Brecon. 


216. 269 


Robe It V. A. 


Gwillym, esq. Ather ton- hall. Lane, 


97 


PbillipE 


Gybbon,-,esq. RolTcdoD, Kent — 


IZ 




H- 




Nicholas 


HADDOCK, Wortham, Kent — 


91 


George 


Haldane, esq. Beacctoft, Stirlingsh. 


3»9 


Robert 


HaUane, esq, Plean, Stirllngsh. — 


ib. 


Francis 


Hale, esq. MIstley-hall, Essex — 


38 


Paggen 
Sir Thomas 


Hale, esq. King's Walden, Herts 


84 


Hales, bart. Beakesburn, Kent — 


ijj. J42 


Sit Thomas P 


. Hales, bart. eldest son of ditto — 


205. 240 


Sir Philip 


Hales, bart. 2d son of Sir Thomas, Brymorc, 




Somer. — — 


2D5. 24a 


Nathaniel B. 


Halhead, esq. — 


■64 


Sir Thojnas 


Halifax, knt. EnfieW, Midd. — 


n. 188 


Benjamin 


Hall, esq. — 


W 


John 


Halliday, esq. TlLhead, Wilts — 


149 


Thomas 


Halsey, esq, Gaddesdon, Herts — 


84 


Archibald Lord Hamilton, (now Duke of Hamilton) 


— 94 


Archibald Lord Hamilton, con of ditto — 


28, 


John 


Hamilton, esq. Bargeny, Ayrsh. 


28s- 3>4 


Sir Hew D. 


Hamilton, bart. ditto ditto — 


272 


John James 


Hamilton, esq. (now Marquis of Abercorn) 31. 37 


Wm. Getrard 


, Hamilton, esq. Hampton-court, Midd. 68. 


159.216. 
438 


William 


Hamilton, esq. Colby, Pemb. — 


190 


John Viscount 


Harailton, son of the Marquis of Abercoi] 


■ 372 


Hans 


Hamilton, esq. Holme.Park, Dublin 


338 


Sir James 


Hamlyn, bart. Edwinsford, Carmirth. 


2i3 


Sir Benjamin 


Hammet, knt. Park-place-farm, Kent 


149 


William' 


Hammond, esq. Southwark, Surrey 


j8l 
Ml. 



( 473 ) 

Join Hammet, esq. a Banker in London -^^ 

Sir Andrews. Hammet, bart. Hollygrove, Berks •— 
Hon. l*homas Hampden, (now Viscount Hampden) 
Capel Hanbury, esq. Pontypool| Monm. — - 

John Hanbury, esq. son of ditto •— 

Robert Wm. Hancock, esq. -« 

Joseph Chaplin Hankey, esq, «- 

JUchard Hankey» esq. — — 

Gabriel Hanger, esq. (afterwards Lord Coleraine in 

J Ireland) . — — 

^on. William Hanger, eldest son of ditto — • 

Sir Walden . Hanmer, bart. Hanmer, Flint — - 

^ir Harboard . Harbord, bart. (now Suffield) — « 

Hon. W.Ashe. Harbord, esdest son of ditto 
^6n. Edward Harbord, 2d son of ditto ■ 
Hon. WillJ^m Harcourt, 2d son of Earl Harcourt 



— 53" 



Richard 

John 

James 

Henry 

^cholas 

Peorgc 

Join 

' .» • • 

Sir. Chiarles 



Harcourt, esq. Wigsell, Sussex 
Harcourt, esq. Ankerwyke, Surrey 
Hare, Vaquet, Yorksh. -^ 

Harford, esq. . — 

Hardinge, esq. Cambuty, Surrey 
Hardinge, esq. Pyrton, Wilts . 
Hardman, esq* Liverpool, Lane. 
Hardy^ knt. Greenwich, Kent 
Edward Lord Harley, (afterwards Earl of Oxford) 
|Ioa. Thomas Harley, brother of ditto — 



Robert- 

Sir Henty 
Sir Samuel 
John 
John 
Jamct 
Sir James 
George 
John 



No. 
149 

'7J 
18 1 

iia 

ib. 

377 
68 

53 

9* 

38 

177 

"5 
21J 

"7 

»3J 

J87 

ib. 
227 

63 
178 

206 

100 

50. 9X 

.89 

80. Ill 

22t 

45 

28 

56 



Har}ey, esq. uncle of ditto *— 

Harpur, bart. Capie-hfill, Deib. — • 

Hafinay, bsirt. Kirkdale, Wig. . — • 

Harris, esq. |Iame> Dev. . — 

Harris, esq. Pickw^ll, J)ev. — SZ 

Harris^ esq. Salisbury, Wilts -!— 163 

Harris, k. b. son of ditto, (now E. of MaUnsbury) ib, 
Harrison, esq. Balls, Herts. -* 99 

Hsirrison, esq. Norton Place, Line* 106 



William Neville Hart, esq. a Banker ip Westpiinster 



169 
David 





( 474 ) 




DBTld 


Htrtley, esq. Sodbury, Glouc. — 


»»i 


H. Winchcomb Hartley, esq. Stoughlon, WUts — 


3 


Sir Edmund C 


Hartopp, bt. — — 


101 


Edward r. 


Hatton, esq. (see Finch) — 


— 


William 


Harvey, esq. Chigwell, Essex — 


1' 


WUIiam 


Harvey, esq. eldest son of ditto — 


lb. 


Edward 


Harvey, esq. uncle of ditto, Chatlcton, Kent 


>8i 


Eliab 


Harvey, esq. Wooaford Bridge, Esses 


>M 


Eliab 


Haivey, esq. Rear- Admiral of the Blue, Rolls 






Park — — 


7» 


G«orge Fincli 


Hatton, esq. Eastwell Park, Kent — 


9' 


Sir liawa/d 


Hawkc, K,B. [afterwards Lord Hawke) 


>J7 


Hon. lOattlD E 


. Hawke, eldest son of dino ^afteinaids Lord 






Hawke) — — 


37 


Robert B. Lord Hawkesbury, eldest son of the Earl o£ Liver- 






pool ^ — 


m 


Christopter 


Hawkins, bt. Trewithen, Com. — 32. 38 


Henry 


Hawkins, esq. Over Norton, 0«f. — 


831 ■ 


Adam 


Hay, esq. Hays Lodge, Peebles — 


ajz 


George 


Hay, ih.D. — 161. 170. 209 


m 


tliDiiias 


Hay, esq. Glindboumc, Susi. — 


191 


WllUam 


Hay, esq. ditto — — 


246 


5ame» 


Hayes, esq. Holiport, BeAs — 


20J 


George 


Hayley, esq. Bromley, Kent ^ 


lit 


Samuel 


Hajnes, esq. Suoring-hiU, Berks — 


173 


Tfaomas 


Hayward, esq. (^uedley, Glouc. — 


S'S , 


joiin 


Heathcote, esq. Rippon, York. 213 


»9 : 


Sir Gilbert 


HeathcoCe, Normanby, Rutland 67. 103 


iSi 1 


SirWiUlain 


Heathcote, bt. Hursley, Hants — 


11, ' 


John 


Heathcote, esq. Luffenham, Rutland 


.3« 


GeOrge, Lord 


Headley, Litllewatley, Essex — 


M9 


Cha.A.W.LOrdHeBdley „ _ — 


!b. 


Sir John 


Henderson, bt. Fordel, Fifrsh. — 283. 308 


Antbony 


Hendeison, esq. Batrister at Law — 


"1 


Sir Robert 


Henley, kt. (afterwards E. of Norttington) 


'47 




Robert 


^^^1_ 


^^ _^^^ 


J 



( *1S ) 



No. 



Robcxti IiMd HeAkf# Maof dkcd (afterwardt X&rl ^ 

Nol'thiAgtoii) — — ^54 

JoihD M. Lord Henniker, Nftmoa4iaU, Esses — I3A^ Jff 

Kobcrt Htpburii^ RkkarUtfl, Hadd. «— 287 

Hon. R^cfrt S.Herbeit» wible to die £ari of Pembroke a04 

Hon. WUliam Herbert^ uncle to the £afl of Pembroke .204 

Henry Herbert, esq. eldest son <>f ditto (now £arl 

of Carntav^n) ^— — ib* 

Hqp.jjNicholas. Herbert, unde to the Earl of Pembroke ib*. 

£^. A. Lord Hettifert {oe^v Eatl ojf Pembroke) •— ^ lb* 

jHon. William Herbort, ^A sea of the Earl of Carnarvon 154 

^on. Charl^ Herbert, brother of ditto *- 204 

Kichard Hl!rbert«> eaq. MuOrosi^ K<^<7» Inland X4d« 345 

jEdward ^ Htkl^ity'esq. Higfagate, Midd^ — 14% 

Thomas Hcxtert^ eaq» siAijof ditto — ib. 

Peter Heron, esq. Illloory Chesh. — 97 

Patrick , Heron^ esq. Heron, Kirkcudbright. aSS 

£reorge Hibbert, esq. a mecchant in London -^ 246 

Gic Robert Herries, kt. a banker in Lcudoii h-» 31 j 

tion. Felton Hervey, uncle to the Ear) of Bristol — - .179 
Bon. John Aug.HerVey (afterwards Earl 0f Sristol) - 27* J79 

Hon. William Hervey^ 3d brother of the Earl of Bristol 179 

Ijord Frederiok^ Harvey, sob «f the Earl of Bristol sb. 

fiOhn Tkornh. Hewit, ^q. ]^ire Oaks, Notts; ~ 129 

fames ^ Hewit, esq. Aurson^ Wtrw. (afterwards Vise 

. Lifford, I. P.) — . 198 

William Hcy^ "esq. — — * 241 

fames llil* Heywoodf ^esq. Marristo, i)eT« — - ofi 

Xkomas HiHf' ei^* Alld&igham, Salop ««- 82. 149 

34oel ^ Hill, eiq. sdb of ditto, created Lord Ber- 

Jwisk --* — 139. 14Q 

Hon. ThoSk N. Hill, son 4>f ditto, pow Lord Berwick 140 

Hon. WiUn*n H^l, sonpf dttta ~ -^ ib. 

fihr Rfchard • Hill, bt. Hawkestone, Salop •— 139 

Jphn Hill, «aq. brothet of ditto — 14Q 

Sic George F. Hill, bt. ~ ^ 355 

Will 





{ 476 ) 1 




«5. 


WimEatlof 


KiU»borough, afterwards Marquis of Down»hiw 139 


Sir Robert 


Hildyard, bt. Waostead, York. — 314 


John, Vise. 


Hinchinbroke, afterward. Earl of Sandwich 87.123 


George, Vise. 


Hinchinbroke, son of ditto — 87 


Sir John C. 


Hippesley, bt. Warfield Grove, Berks jj; 


John, Lord 




Hon. George 


Hobart, brother of ditto, afterwards Earl of 




Buckinghamshire — 35, 58. 104 


Robert, Lord 


Hobart, son of ditto. Earl of ditto 104. 193 


Hon. Henry 


Hobart, brother of ditto — iij 


Benjamin 


Hobhouse, esq. Coltelhouse, Wilts 30. 182. 2o6 


Sir Henry 


Hogbton, bt, Hoghton Tower, Laiic. ^S 


Sir Henry P. 


Hoghton, bt. — ^ ib. 


William 


Holbeach, esq. Tancsaur, Oxford. ^ 137 


Hod. Francis 


Holburne, esq. Admiral of the Blue jo. 309 


Arthur 


Hold'worth, esq. Dartmouth, Dev. — 57 


John 


Hudson, esq. North-hall ~ 98 


George Peter 


Holford, esq. — ^34 


Henry 


Holland, jun. esq. ^ — - ji 


Sir Nathaniel 


Holland, bt. — _ 214 


Thos. Ld.I.P 


. Holmes, Weovill. Hants — 158 


Henry 


Holmes, brother of ditto — ij* 


Charles 


Holmes, 2d bmther of ditto — 260 


Thomas Brand 


Hollis, esq. — ■- 206 


John Baker 


Holtoyd, esq. (see Sheffield) 146. 198 


Sir Charles 


Holt, bt. Aston, Warw. ~w 197 


Rowland 


Holt, esq. Rrdgrave, Suff. — 171 


Patrick 


Home, esq. Wedderburn, Berw. — 27S 


Robert 


Honyman, esq. — — 39» 


Fraser 


Honywood. esq. Hampstead, Midd. 194 


Sir John 


Honywood, bt- Evington, Kent 90. 94 


Philip 


Honywood, esq. uncle of ditto, Marks- 




hall, Essex — _ 201 


Filmer 


Honywood. esq. brother of Sir John, Halls- 




place, Kent — — 89. 194 


William 


Honywood, esq. Sibton, Kent ^ 89 




Samuel 

j 







( 477 ) ^ 

SamuelyLord Hood, I. P« now Viscount Hood no. 183 

Sir Alexander Hopd,.&.B. now Vise. Bridport » —» 9* 150 
John Hopcy esq. nephew to the £arl of Hopetoun 194 

Hon. John Hope, brother to ditto — » ib. 

Hon. Charles Hope, zd brother to ditto — - 308 

Hon. Alexander Hope^ 3d brother of ditto — 313 

Q. Johnstone Hope, esq. a Captain in the Navy •— 279* 

Richard Hopkins, esq. Oving, Bucks 57. 93. 118 

Btenjamin Hopkins, esq. a merchant, and alderman of 

London — - -» 214 

Benjamin Bond Hopkins, esq. Pains-bill, Surrey 152. 212 

Francis Homer, esq; — — • 35 

John Horrocks, esq. — — • 100 

Samuel - Horrocks, esq. . ..^ , .^ ib. 

Charles — Hotham, esq. eldest son of Sir Beaumont Ho* 

tham — — 35 

Boaumont Hotham, esq. brother of ditto —* 98 

Strllichard . Hotham» kt. Merton- Place, Surrey 18 c 

Jdcob Houblon, esq. Halliogbury, fissex 84 

Sir Charles Howard, x.b. brother to the Earl of Carlisle 43 
Hon. Thomas Howard, afterwards Earl of Suffolk 38. 109. 212 
Henry Howard, esq. Thombury Castle> Glouc. 77. 196 

Sir George , Howard, Stock-Place, Berks — 23* 107 

Hon; William Howard, 2d son of the Earl of Carlisle 127 

Sir Humphry Howarth, kt. Maesylhuck, Radnor. •— 269 
Henry Howarth^ esq. a Barrister at Law — - 7 

Geo. Aug. Vt. -Howe, LP. Langar, Nott. — 130 

Richard, Vise. Howe, afterwards Earl Howe ^^ 57 

Hon. Sir Wm. Howe, k.b. brother of ditto — - 130 

Hon. Thomas Howe, brother of ditto .« 1 20 

Stephens * Howe, esq. a Colonel in the Army ir7 

Humphry Howarth, esq. — — 222 

David Howell, esq. Lanbaren, Cornwall - — 38 

Charles, Vise. Howick, eldest son of Earl Grey -— 125 

John Huddlestone, esq. an East India Director 150 

Giles Hudson, esq. .a merchant in London «-• 211 

Thomas Humberston, esq. Humberston^ Lane. -— 

Thomas 



f 


( 478 ) 


Ml. 


TboBiBs 


Hugham, esq. — — 


'3' 


William L, 


Hughes, eiq. — — 


6 


James 


Hulkca, esq. — — 


91 


Sic Abraham 


Hume, bt. Goldings, Essex — 33. 


>S9 


AlexnndcT 


Hume, esq, Wormleybury, Herts — 


194 


William 


Hume, esq. Hume Wood, Wick 


300 


John P. 


Hungcrford, esq. Dingley-hall, Leic. 


101 


George 


Hunt, esq. Lanhidrock, Cornwall — 


3i 


Thomas 


Hunt, esq. brother of ditto — 


ib. 


Thomas O. 


Hunter, esq. Waverley Abbey, Surrey 


34i 


John 


Hunter, esq. Gubbins, Herts — 


8: 


Joshua, Lord 


Huntingfield, Hevingham-hall, Suff. 


■M 


Geo. Marquis 


FHuntly, eldest son of the Duke of Gordon 


.78 


Robert 


Hurst, esq. Horsham -Park, Sussex — 


194 


William 


Huskisson, esq. Hartham, Susses ^i^ $s. 


"7 


William 


Hussey, esq. Salisbury, Wilt* — 


=03 


Richard 


Hussey, esq. Truro, Cornwall — 3 


■3S 


Tboma> 




>J3 • 


Hon. Christ. H. Hutchinson, brother of the Earl of Donogh- 








528 


Sir Elijah 


I. 
IMPEY, kt. Bereham, Esiex — 


HI 


Murrough C 


finchiquin, I. P. now Marquis of Thomond, 






Cleveden-house, Bucks — 


130 


Sir John 


Ingilby, bt. Ripley, Yorkshire — 


■3' 


Sir Hugh 


Inglis, bt. an East India Director, Milton 






Bryant, Bedford. — — 


J« 


Charles 


Ingram, esq. Temple Newsam, York, afler- 






wards Vise. Irwin, S. P. — 


l!j 


William 


Innes, esq. Blackheath, Kent — 


•i' 


§ir WilUra 


Itby, bt. Hidzor, Bucks, cieatad Lord Bottor 


'! 




MU..: &»« 



Snion, Lord 

Alexander 

Sir John 

John 

Sir Edmund 

J9fcnry 



( 479 > 

No 

Imham, I. P. Foui Oakf, Warn. ^p i6i 

Irving^ esq, — •— ^t 

Irvine, kb. -s- — jg^ 

Irving} esq. a merchant in London — 195 

Isham, bt. Lunport, Northan^ — • uio 

Isherw9od| esq« Qld Wiodsoi^-house^ Berks 4 



-/ 



J. 



J^bn 

Sir Richard 

Sir William 

John 

Nathaniel 

John 

diaries 

Robert Banks 

John 

Joseph 

Ralph 

George 

Soame 

Detdiam 

Sir John 

Jermise Clark 

Tlipmas Clark 

Richard Paul 

Thomas 

*Ihpmas 
Ri^fhard 



— 13c 

64. 73- 243 
29 

— X9R 

61 



JAFFRAY, esq, ~ 

Jackson, bt. Hartham,, Wills 

James, bt* Farm Fatn^,, Ken( <— 

JefFerys, esq. Brecon Priory, Brecon. 

Je^Terie^ esq. Esher, Surrey — 

Jjd^e^y esq. Sans Souci^ near Poole, Dorset. 

Jenkinson, esq. Addiscomb- Place, Surrey, 

(now Earl of Liverpool) — 5,7. 44. 239 

Jenkinson, esq. son of ditto (now Lord 

Hawkesbury) — 

Jenkinson, esq. brother to ditto 
Jekyll, esq. — 

Jenison, esq. Walworth, Durham 
Jennings, esq. Ncwsells, Herts 
Jenyns, esq. Bottetkam, Oamb. 
Jephson, esq. Mallow-CkstAe, Cotk 
Jervis, kb. now Earl of St Vincent 
Jervoise, esq. Belmont, Hants 
Jervoise, esq . son of ditto 
Joddrel^ esq. Xcwfcnef, Oxf. 
Johnes, sen, esq. Llanvar, Cardigan. 
Joddrell, esq. a Barrister at Law 
Johnes^ jun.csq. Rafod, Cardiff 
Johnsim^ esq. -*• 





201. 


244- 


m^ 




69 

209 


— 


- 


160 


37- 


i'3- 


i6i 


• • 


17 


• 74 
327. 


— 


10. 


. 117- 2t 


1 


. 158. 


■ 162 . 
158 


— ' 


' 


246 


- 


\ 


2691 







19J 




252. 


269 


"^ 


• 


Sfc 



r 


"1 

( 480 ) 


if«. 


Sir James 


Johnitoae, bl. Westerhall, Dumfries. 


64. 310 


George 


Johnstone, esq. brother to ditto, a Captain 






in the Nary — 23. ^. 


152.201 


Jofan 


Johnstone, esq. brother of ditto, Denovan 






and Alva, Stirlingshire — 


308 


Peter 


Johnstooe, esq. Carnsalloch, Kirkcud. 


2S8 


George 


Johnstone, esq. — — 


231 


Sir R. Van B. 


Johnstone, bart. Hackness, York — 


6S 


Sir William 


Johnston, bart. Hilton, Aberdeensh. 


4 


William 


Jolllffe, esq. Petersfield, Hants — 


>59 


Hilton 


Jolliffe, esq. son of ditto — 


ib. 


Thomas S. 


Jolliffe, esq. brother of William — 


ib. 


Robert 


Jones, esq. Babraham, Camb. — 


83 


Hugh Valence 


Jones, esq. Dover, Kent — 


240 


Thomas 


Jones, esq. Citrreghova, Derb. — 


258 


T. Tyrwhltt 


Jones, esq. ditto ditto ^ 


ib. 


Henry 


Jones, esq. a Merchant in London 


210 


Walter 


Jones, esq. Cock Abbey, near Dublin ; 
K. 


JJ5- 3jfi 

1 


Sir John 


KEANE, bart. Bel mom -house, Waterford 


3'9 


Anthony 


Keck, esq. Great Kew, Oxf. — 


136 


Anth. James 


Keck, esq. S to ughloo-g range, Leicest. 


97 


Geo. A. Leigh Keck, esq. ditto — 


101 


Benjamin 


Keene, esq. Catley, Camb. — 


'7 


WhitsLed 


Keene, esq. Richmond, Surrey — 


216. 36j 


Sir Robert M, 


Keith, K. B. Murrayshall, Peebles 


39a 


George Lord 


Keith, I. P. (now Lord Keith, B. P.) Mick 






lour, Perth — 


29S 


Thomas 


Kemp, esq. Batcomb, Sussex — 


191 


Hon. David 


Kennedy, (afterwards Earl of Cassilis) 


372 


John 


Kenrick, esq. ^ 


iSa 


M. B. St Leger Keating, es^. — 


347 






Rieb. 

-J 



No. 
Rich. J^rvis KerTi esq. Redhail, Antriid ^^i t6o 

WiUi&m Lord Kensington^ I. P. Johnston, Penib. 2(S8 

WiUiam Lord KensingtcHii son of ditto «-» ib« 

Samuel Kent* esq. Farnhani, Suff. -^ 173 

Sir Lloyd - - Kenyon^ knt.'(a{terwards Lord Kenyon) :^33* 2o5 
JQon. Augustus Reppel^ (afterwards Viscount) 4. 1S04 18S 

^on. William Keppel, 3d son of the £arl of Albemarle, 

brother of ditto — 188 

Su Richatd . King, bart. Bromley, Kent — it 

J. Dashwood King, esq« Halcot, Bucks -^ 144 

Sir J. JHisbw. Kingi bart. West Wycombe, Bucks ^^ to 
Hon. Edward King, brother of the Earl of Kingston 329 

Sir Robert Kingsmill, bart. Sydmontoa-place^ Berks 33. 158 
John • Kirkman, esq. . "^ ^^^ 

^ir Wyndham Knatchbull, bt. Mersham Hatch, Kent 89 

Sit Edward Knatchbull, ditto -^ ib. 

Thomas Knight, esq. junr. Godmersham, Kent 69* 243 

Hon. John . Knight, son of Lord Lnxboroagbi L P« 106 

RichardPaytie Knight, esq. Downton, Heref. — * 142 

John Galley Knight, f sq. Langold, Notts. -m ^35 

Valentine Knightley, esq. Fawsley, Northampt* 120 

Lacy Knightley, esq. ditto ditto 122 

Francis KnoUys, esq. Thame, Qxf. — 5 

£dward Knubley, esq. Wickton, Cnmb» — - 43 

J)(din P.::' . Kynaston, esq. Hardwick, Salop — - ^ 11(9 

^£dward . Kynaston, esq. ditto ditto -* ^64 

.^ohn . . Kingston, esq. : -- -** 163 

•J|bn. Charles Kinnaird, (noW Lord Kinnaird) «-.* 82 

:J.H.Fitz.M.Vt.Kirkwall, son of the Countess of Orkney 267 

.Hon. George Knhx, ll. p. son of Viscount Northland ' 34^*3^ 
.Hon. Thomas -Knox, 2d son of ditto, . Dungannon, Tyrone 3 17 



Sir Robert, LADBROKE, knt. West Hatch. lii 

RjBbert Ladhfoke^ jtsq« son of dittpi Atlkot, Warw. 51. 19^ 

. ! (JvoL. ir.] ' It Sir 







( 482 ) 


m 

X,. 




Sir John 


Lade, bart. Hendjcy, Don. — 


9S 




Gerard 


Lake, esq. Aston Clinton, Bucks (now Lotd Lake) ii 




Sir Matthew 


Lamb, bart. Brackett-liail, Herts 


131 




Hon.SirPenyst. Lamb, son of ditto, (now Viscount Melbourne), 








LP, — — 


"S 




Hon. Penyrto) 


1 Lamb, Mq. «m of ditto — 


84 




Hon. WiUiam 


Lamb, son of Viscount Melbourne 


3" 




Henry 


Lambton, esq. Lambton-hatl, Durham 


7" 


^ 


Jotin 


Lambton, esq. bcother of ditto, Cocken, l>urh. 


ib. 




Wm. Henry 


Lambton, esq. son of ditto — 


ib. 




Ralph 


Lambton, esq, brother of ditto, Lumley-park, 








Durham — 


ib. 




Ralph John 


Lambton, esq. — - 


ib. 




George Fox 


Lane, esq. (afterwards Lord Bingley) 


MS 




Hon.R.OngleyLane, Bonofditto — 


ib. 




Benjamin 


L'Anglois, esq. ■^ 


31 




Sir James 


Langham, bart. Cotteshrtdce, Nortfc; 


130 




James 


Langham, esq. brother of Sir William 


S7 




Join 


LangsCon, esq. a Banker in London Ijo. 


>7? 




William GoK 


Langtan, esq, Ncwton-pait, Somers. 


>4J 




Sir James 


Laroche, batt. Over, Glouc. — 


'! 




Edmi. 


Lascelles, esq. (afterwards Lord Hare wood) 22.^ 


..36 




Idward 


Lascelles, esq. 2d brother of ditto (created 








Lord Harewood) — 


336 




]>uiel 


Lascelles, brother of Edwin, Goldsbury, York 


.36 




Edward 


Lascelles, esq. nephew to Lord Harewood 


ib. 




Hon. Henrj 


Lascelles, eldest son of Lord Harewood 


8!M 




Hon. Edward 


Lascelles, 2d son of Lord Harewood 


336 ' 




Pliilip 


Langraead, esq. — — 


P 




Si, Robert 
Ralph Lord 


Laurie, bart. Maxweltan, Dunif. •» 


373 


Lavington, LP. — ■ 


^6 




Evan 


Law, esq. — 


S08 




■ Sir Robert 


Lawley, bart. Canwell, Staff. — 


■97 




William 


Lawrence, esq. Hctbam, York — 


339 




French 


Laurence, lu.d. — 


131 




Sir Wilfred 


Lawson, bart. Bray ton-hall, Cumb. 


41 




David 


Latouchc, esq. Upton, Catb«rloi^h 


332 








John 

J 



( 483 ) 



>* 



jalifi 
Peter 

Kobeit 
Charles Lotd 
Nicholas . 
Edmund 
Hon. Robert 
Sir George 
WdUam 
yius^ - 
John. 
Edward 

Sdward 



LatovKShei jimr* f^, • Banker tn Dublin ' 339 
l49ipaobf» e^q* ditto 351 

LatQDcbOi <i*l. ^^- 347 

Lecale, L P» son of the late Duke of Leinster 196 
Lechmero^ e^q^ Hmlef ^castle, Wore. ^ 220 
Lechmere, esq. son df ditto -^m ' ib. 

h^9 (aft^fwiirds fintl of Lich&dld) ^ 135 
l^ee, kfltf «**- -«• 2c 

Lee, esq. Tottridge-park, Midd. '^--^ loi 

Lee, esq. Risele)r, Bedfordshire — ^ 39 

Lee, esq. Staindrop, Durham 
Leeds, esq. Croxton, .Csoib. 
tireach, esqf, Sc%ford« Sussex 
l«ee, esq. Tfftmore-Lod^ Wa^rford 
Chfirlef Shmv LefevreiK tftq* Htckf^ld-pkce, kaots 
SirMiphael Le-Flemiiig, Rydall, W^estni. 
Peter Legh, caqv Lytnfi^ Cfaesih- ^ — 

Thomas Peter Legh, esq. Golborne-park, LaHc* 
Peter -Legh, esq. Booths, Cbesh. — 

Charles Leigh, etq«^ 

Richard Leigk^ fsq« t 6etje«Dt 3t Laii 

James Henry Leigh, «sq* : ,^ 

L^gk, esq. Whitby, Lanp* 
Leicester, bait. -Tabley, .Chedi* 
Lctc:ef ter^ jbart. ditto . : dktp — -^ 
Leighton^ bartvLoton, B^hip -^ 

Sir Alexander Leith, bact« Borough 6t FeUM, Blorf. 
Hon. H. Bilson Legge^ uncte ti> l^ •£^ri (^ Qwiloouth 
John Leiand, esq. StBiMid^ Sussex «^ 

Jdin Lemon, ^. 'Poivettan. Cdrpwr. 

Sir William Lemon, ^t. Carcktr^ dkto - 

LordGeo.HetL Lennox^ bnllther to ti^ Duke of Richmond i87ii88 
Charles Lennox, ta^».SQn of ditto (bovT Duke of Rich- , 

mond) .^ 187 

t^tul Le Mesurser, esq. tic Merchant -in Loodcii 18 c 

Hon. Th6ma» Leslie, brother to the £asl of R6the&. ' 509 

Benjamin ^ Lister, «sq. Pole, Dais; : ' — 61 



Robert Holt 
Sir Peter 
Sir John F. 
Sir Charltoa 



379 
162 

200 

71 

"152 

'3« 
214 

95 

140 
33 

107 

■ - 34 
10 



lia 



Benjamiri 



^ 


1 


No: 


Benjatain 


Lethieullier, esq. Belmdnt, Midd. 1 


166. 190 


Sir Walkin 


Leu-is, knC. Tregaron, CaidigaDsh. 


III 


Thomas 


Lewis, esq. Harpton, Radoorsh. — 


370 


John 


Lewis, esq. ditto ditto ^ 


ib. 


Eivntd 


Lewis, esq. Itownton, Radnorsh. — 


ib. 


Matthew Greg 


.Lewis, esq. — — 


30(S 




362 


George Visct. 


Lewisham, (now Earl of Dartmouth) 50. 1 


89. 167. 

212 


John 


Levett, esq. Lichfield, Staff. — 


168 


Adua 


Livingston, esq. — 


273 


Hugh 


Leycester, esq. ^ 


'S3 


John Viscount 


Ligonicr, I. P. (afterwards Earl Ligonier) 


J47 


Henry Earl of 


Lincoln, son of the Duke of Newcastle 


129 


Thos.Earlof 


Lincohi, (afterwards Duke of Newcastle) 


Its. 121 


Sir John 


Lethbridge, bart. Winkley, Devonsh. 


IJ» 


Thomas B. 


Lethbridge, son of Sir John — 


»35 


George 


Lind, esq. — ^ 


301 


Sir John 


Lindsay, k. b. — — 


305 


Nicholas 


Linwood. esq. Itchell, Hants — 


161 


Sir Thos. H. 


Liddel, bart. Ravensworth -castle, Durham 


70 


Sir Henry 


Lippincot, bart. Stock Bishop, Glouc. 


146 


WUmotEaTlcifLisburne. I. P. Croswood, Caidigansb. 


129. 251 


Warren 


Lisle, esq. — — 


65 


Thomas 


Lister, esq. (now Lord Ribblesdale) 


99 


Sb Edward 


Littleton, bart. Teddesley, Staff. — 


167 


Cornelius Vise 


;. Lisraore, LP. — — 


23 


Sir Richard 


Lloyd, knt. Hentlesham-hall, Suff. 


49 


Richard S. 


Lloyd, son of ditto — 


ib. 


Sir Herbert 


Lloyd, bart. Petcrwell, Card. — 


252 


John 


Lloyd, esq. ditto ditto — 


351 


Francis 


Lloyd, esq. Dorogay, Mont. — 


254 


Jokn 


Lloyd, esq. Tydden, Flintsh. — 


259 


Maurice 


Lloyd, esq. — — 


185 


J.n,=, M. 


Lloyd, esq. Lanceing, Sussck — 


194 


Sir Edward £ 


. Lloyd, bart. Pontrisset-hall, Fliptsh. 


260 


VliWkm 


Lock, esq. Rictmond, Surrey — 


106 
Thorny 



C 4»i \ 



No: 

ib. 
304 

171 

370 

202 



I>iidtey 

Charles 

Samuel 

Richard 

Joha 

Mountefprt 

George 

Sir Manasseh 



Thomas Locl^er, esq. Ivelchester, Somen 

John T. Lpckyer, esq. son of ditto 

Thomas Lockhart, esq. •— 

William £llio£ Lockhart, esq. Borthwickbrae 

William Loftus, esq. Stiskey, Norf. 

John Earl of Loftus, son of the Marquis of Ely 

Sir. Robert Long, bart. Drayton Cerne, Wilts 

Sir Jas. Tylney Long, bart. son of ditto, Wanstead-bouse, 

Esses — ' — 

Long, esq. (see North) — 

Long, esq. Trinton-hall, Su£F. 
Long, esq. Carshalton, Surrey — 

Long, esq. — — 

Xongfield, esq. Longueville, Cork ^ 

Longfield, esq. ditto ditto — 

Longman^ esq» a lyierchant in London 
Lopez, bart. Marriston-house, Devon. 

John Marquis of Loin, (afterwards Duke of Argyle) 

Geo.Marquisof Lorn, son of ditto, (now Duke of Argyle) 

George Lord Lovaine, son of the Earl of Beverley 

Loveden, esq^ Buscot Park, Berks 
Lowther, bart. Whitehaven, Cumb. 
Lowther, bart. Lowther West, (afterward^ 

Earl of Lonsdale) •— 42. 44. i8(S 

Lowther, esq. brother of the Earl of Lonsdale 209 
Lowther, bart. Swillington, Yorksh^ (after- 
wards Earl of Lonsdale) — 42* 43* 138 
Lowther, esq. brother of ditto, Swillington, 

Yorksh. — — 43*44 

Lowther, esq. Aikton, Cumb. -— l^ 

Lowndes, esq. Ellesden, Bucks — 

Lowndes, esq. Chesham, Bucks — - 

Lucan, I. P. (afterwards Earl of Lucan) 
Lucas, esq. Lee^ Kent — 

Ludlow, I. P. — — • 

G: Aug. Visct. Lumley, (now Earl of Scarborough) — 

Sk John Lubbogki bart. a Banker in Loiyloa 

Ii3 



Edward L. 
Sir James 
Sir James 

Robert 
Sir WilUam 

John 

James 
Richard 
Charles 
Charles Lord 
Thomas 
Peter Earl 



202. 210. 2 18 

37. 106. 137 

1 86. ipo. 244 

— 153 

202 

— 33» 

— 33* 

9» 

243 

40 
37 

58 
7,67 

4» 



i96 
zoo 
8 

>93 

30 

87 
104 

34* »^ 

Sir 



( 4to I 

Sir Stephen J^ushifigton, bttt. Soutli-liilTy 3l«tki y^ S^ 

William LushingtoOy esq. ^ti Aldernmnof L6ndoxi jtic 

Stephen Lushin^ton, esq. a Bamstct at Lnw tt7 

John Luther, esq. Myless, £sseK ^^ *Jt 

Simon Luttrell, esq. (afterwards Lord Ifnham and 

Viscount Carhatttpton, LP.)'— jS, 98 

Hon. L. Henry Ltittrell, (now Earl of Carhampton, I. P.) 1O9 

Hon. Temple Luttrell, 2d son of Viscount CathamptOii 153 

Hon. John Luttrell, 3d son of ditto . •«- x6i 

Hon. Jamee Luttrell, 4th Son of ditto «^ iSt. ^40 

Henry Fowues Luttrell, esq. Dunsttr-castlc, Sott. i^t 

John F. Luttrell* esq. son of ditto — ib. 

f'rancis F. Luttrell, esq, — -*•" ib» 

Robert Lord Luxbbrough, (afterwards Carl Of Catherlough, 

L P.) Barrels, Warw. — to6 

John Luxtnore, esq. — — 5I 

"William I-ygon, esq. Madresfield, Worcester, (created 

Lord fieauchamp) i«*> %t^ 

Hon. Will. B^ Lygon, son of ditto •— ib. 

Sfr William Lynch, k. 6 Grove, Kent — 83* 9^ 

Hon. Thomas Lyon, brother to the Earl of Strathmore 305 

Richard Lyster, esq. Rowton-castle, Salop — J39 

Sir George Lyttelton, bart. (created Lord Lyttelton) 51 

Hon. Thomas Lyttelton, only son of §ir George Lyttelton, 

(afterwards Lord Lyttelton) — 2Z$ 

Sir Richard Lyttelton, k. b. brother of Sir George 61 

yrm. Henry Lyttelton, esq. 2d brother of Sir George^ 

(created Lord Lyttelton) — A23 

Hon. Geo. F. Lyttelton, son of ditto — ib. 

Hon. Wra.Hen. Lyttelton, 2d son of ditto — aij 



M. 



William MABBOTj esq. Tadwonh-oiurt, Sdrre;f 106 

^illiamAlex. Mtddocks» «sq. JDolymylyn^ Merion. 105 

John 



X ^7 y 

• 
Jotui Maddocksy esq. a Barrister at Law 

Hdxietk Magens^ esq. a Banker In London 

Charles Visct. Mahon^ (now Earl Stanhope) •-• 

Hon. Stephen Mahon> son of Lord Hartland, I. P« 
Philip H. Vt« Mahon, son of £arl Stanhope — 

James Macdonald, esq. -— 

Andrew Macdouall, esq. Logan, Wigtonshr — « 

Alex. Fraser Mackenzie, esq. r— 

McCarmick, esq. G)rnwall •— 

Mackenzie, esq. — - «— 

Macmahon, esq. — - — 

Macbride, esq. t Captain, and afterwards an 
Admiral in the Navy — 

Edmund Alex. Macnaghten, esq. Beardville, Antrim 
Archibald 



William 
John R. 
John 
John 



No. 
fio8 

36s 

13 

302 

29s 

24 

30a 

ij6 

SO 

316 



Macdonald, esq. (now Lord Chief Baron of 

Exchequer) — 170. 260 

Macdonald> esq. son of ditto •— 170 

Macdonald, esq. Garthland, Renfrewsh. 294 

Macduff, (now Earl Fife) Duff-house, Banff 274 
Maclean, esq. -^ 196 

Macleod, esq. Theobalds, Herts •— ^ 54 

Macleod» esq. Dun vegan, Inverness 286 

Macartney, k.b. (afterw. £• Macartney) 315.44* ^ 
Mackay, uncle to Lord Reay — 299 

Mackay, brother of ditto — 299.302 

Mackenzie, esq. (afterwards Earl of Seaforth) 
LP. — 295 

Hon. James S. Mackenzie, brother to the Earl of Bute 295. 315 
Francis Humb. Mackenzie, (now Lord SeaforthJ -— 29 j 



James 

William 
James Visct. 
Lachlan 
Alexander 
Norman 
8ir George 
Hon. George 
Hon. Alex* 
Kenneth 



John 

John Ross 

John 

Sir John 

James 

Sir Robert 

Sir Herbert 



Mackenzie, esq. (Lord Macleod) Tarbat, 

Cromartyshire — — ib. 

Mackye, esq. Balgown, Dumf. — 286 

Macnamara, e^q. Bidwarden park, Bucks I02 

Macpherson, bart. Rency, Invernets>sh. 189. 21$ 
Macpherson, esq. Belville, Inverness-sh, 28 

Macreth, knt. Ewehurst, Hants — j6» 119 
Mackwoitfa| bart. GnoU, Glamor. «— 26:7 

I i 4 Sir 



n 


C 48« > 




iff*. 


■ Sit Herbert 


Mackwortb, bart. — — 160. 2pt 


Jobn 


Maitland, esq. Grove-house, Surrey 211 


Tanies Visct. 


Maitland, (now EatI of Lauderdale) «St 39. J19. 


James Visct. 


Maitland, son of ditto — 28 


Hon. Thomas 


Maitland, brother to the Earl of Lauderdale 31Z 


George B. 


Mainwaiing, esq. — 109 


^ William 


M.im„bg, „,. _ ib. 


b Sir John 


Major, bart. Worlingworth, Suff. — 428 


■ John Henniker Maj'or, esq. Cambon, Essex ^ 177-194 


■ Ceotge Visct. 


Maiden, (now Earl of Essex) 23. 51. Iio. 270 


George Visct. 


Malpas. son of Earl Choi mondeley 69. 193 


George Visct. 


Mandeville, (afterwards Duke of Manchester) 187 


Pir Horace 


Mann, bart. Eourr-place, Kent 92. 241 


lord Robert 


Manners, brother to the Duke of Rutland 226 


Robe.t 


Manners, esq. eldest son of ditto, Bloxam, , 




Lincolnsh. — 17.214 


lord George 


Manners (see Sutton) — 108. 132. 228 


John 


Manners, esq. son of Lord W. Manners 13a 


Lord Robert 


Manners, 2d son of the Marquis of Granby, 




Cheveley-hall, Camb. — — 15 


Lord Charles 


S. Manners, brother to the Duke of Rutland ib. 


Lord Robert 


Manners, 2d brother to ditto — lot 


Russell 


Manners, esq. Clewer-Lodge, Line. 108 


Sir William 


Manners, bt. Buckminster-Park, Leic. 152 


James 


Mansfield, esq. — _ 16 


William 


Manning, esq, Toiteridge, Herts 53. 163. 222 


Sir Wi]liam 


Mansell, bt. Iscoed, Carmarth. — 3J3 


John 


Markham, esq. Walston, Sussex — IJ? 


Osborne 


Markhatn, esq. brother of ditto — 2C9 


Sir James 


Marriot, kt. Twinsled-hall, Suff. — 17; 


Edward 


Martin, esq. Lancaster, Line. — 96 


Charles, Vise. 


Marsham, son of the EarlofRomney 30J. 242 


Kit Henry 


Martin, bt. Lockynge, Berks — ij6 


John 


Martin, jun. esq. Ovetbury, Glouc. 79 


Joseph 


Martin, esq. Eookham, Surrey — l8j 


Samuel 


Martin, esq. Qiiselhurst, Kent — 28. 239 


jpmcs 


Mirtin, esq. Ovcrbury, Glouc. — 79 


k 


Henry 

M 



Henry 

Richard 

Hon. Charles • 

Charles, Vise. 

Samuel 

Wniiam 

Richard 

Thomas 

Henry 

James 

Thomas 

Hon. Montagu 

Francis^ Vise, 

John 

Joshua 

Hon. William 

Sir William 

Sir yrilliam 

Robert 

John 

William 

Robert 

Sir Joseph 

£dward 

Hon. John 

George 

George 

Charles 

Thomas 

Thomas H. 

William 

Penyston, Vise, 

iloseph 

Charles 

William 

ISTilliftm 



Martin^ esq. a Barister at Xaw 
Martin, esq. Ballinahinch| Galway 
Marsham, now Earl of Rbmney 
Marsham, son of ditto — 

Marsh, esq. a Blackwell-hall Factor 
Masterman, esq. Trinity, Com* 
Master, esq. «~ 

Master, esq. Abbey, Glouc. 
Martin, esq. a Barrister at LaW 
Masterton, esq. Newton, Fifeshirc 
Matthews^ esq. Llandaff, Glam. 



343 
89. 9a 

24 

78 
76 

331 
309 

26t 



Matthew, esq. son of the £arl of Landaff, !• P. 36$ 
Matthew (now Earl of Landaff) / — ib, 

Matthews, m.o. — — 80 

Mauger, esq. Warbome, Hants — 61 

Maule, brother to the Earl of Dalhousie 84 

Maynard, bt. Waltons, Essex — 78^ 

Mayne, bt. (afterwards Lord Newhaven, I.P.) 
Mayne, esq. brother of Sir William^ a Banker 

in London — 185 

Mayor, esq. Langstone, Essex -*— 7 

Maxwell, jun. esq. — — 30a 

Maxwell, esq. (see Lord Famham) «— 149 

Mawbcy, bt. Botleys, Surrey — • 

May, esq. — — 

Mead, esq. uncle of Earl Clanwilliam 
Medley, esq. Buxton Place, Essex 
Medley, esq. son of ditto — 

Medows, esq. now Earl Man vers 
Medlycott, esq. Vine, Som. — 

Medlycott, esq. son of ditto «— 

Meeke, esq. — — * 



180. i8t 

318 

334 

129 

153 

ib. 

3* 



Melbourne, esq. Brocket-hall, Herts 160, 21 2* 215 



Mellish, esq. Bush.hill, Midd. 
Mellish, esq. New-park, Notts. 
. Mellish, esq. — 

Mellisb> esq.- Bushrhtll Park, Midd» 



232. 235, 



106 

238 

3a 
109 

Sir 



No. 
Sir William Meredytb^ bt. Henbury) Cheslu •«• 98. x^ 
Owen Mcirick, esq. fiudordon, Anglcsea — 247 

Philip Metcalfe, esq. Westfaam, Eases •— 53, 189, 

Tbomat Theo. Metcalfe, bt. Merchant in I^ndon -«» 7 

John Metge, esq. — — 359 

Sir George M. Metham. kt. North Cave, Yorkshire 22$ 

Paul . Methuen, esq. Corsham, Wilts 199, 214 

Paul Cob. Methuen, esq. son pf ditto i^- 214 

Hugo MeyiicU, esq. Bradley, Derb. *- 164. 169 

Charles Earl of MiddlcKx, afterwards Duke of Dorset 1^95 

Sir William Middletoo, bt« Belse Castle, Northumb. . xaj 

Sir William Middleton, bt. son of ditto -«- ib. 

Sir William Middleton, bt. Crowfield-hall, Suff. 175. 239 

-Sir Charles Middleton, bt. now Lord Barham *— 91 

George, Vise. Middleton, I. P. Peppcrharrow, Surrey 56. 192 
George, Vise. Middleton, son of ditto — « 16 j 

Sir Ralph Milbank, bt. Halnaby, Yorkshire 228* 230 

Ralph Milbank, esq. Seaham^ Durh. — 7} 

Sir Ralph Milbank, bt. Seaham, Durh. a Captain in 

the Navy — — 70. 73 

Sir Henry P. S. Mildmay, bt. Dogmersfield-Park, Hants 155. 208 
Thomas -Miller, esq. Barskimming,, Ayrshire 313 

William Miller, esq. son of ditto (now Sir William) 30X 

Patrick Miller, jun. esq. Dalswinton, Dumf. •»» 313 

Sir Thomas Miller, bt. Froyle, Hants — 191 

Sir John Miller, bt. Bath Easton, Som» — 39 

Richard Mills, esq. North Elmnham — 92 

'Sir William M.Milner, bt. Nunappelton, Yorkshire 225 

Humphry Minchin, esq. Soberton, Hants 34* 51 

George G. Mills, esq. — - , — • 6 

Richard, Lord Milford, I. P. Picton Castle, Pemb. 266 

William Mills, esq. Bistem, Hgnts — • S5 

Sir Richard Mill, bt. Montisford, Hants — 154 

Sir Thomas Miller, bt. Froyle, Hants — J57 

Charles Mills, esq. Barford, Warw. — ipj 

William Mills, esq. Beston, Hants — 198 

Robert P. Milncs, esq. Fry8ton-liaU,*V«rkshirc 238 

Thomas 



( 491 ) 

• No. 

Thomas C. Vt. Milsington, son of the £trl of Portmore 105 

Sir John Mitford, kt. Speaker. — — 31 

William Mitford, esq* *. «. 58 

William Mitford, esq. Exbury, Hants — - ib* 

Joseph, Lord Milton, I. P. afterwards £arl of Dorchester 6^ 
George, Vise. Milton, eldest son.of ditto 61. 213* 233« 307 

Cha. W. W. Vt. Milton, son of Earl Fitzwilliam — 233 

David R. Mitchell, esq. Dulish, Dors, •«- ^3 

John Mitchell, esq. Bayfield, Norf. — X05 

Sir Andrew Mitchell, k.b. Thainston, Aberd« 304 

William Mitchell, esq. — ••• Si' 

William MofFatt, Painshill, Surrey — 245 

Hod. Robert Monckton, uncle to Vise. Galway, I. P. 157* ^3^ 
Hon. Edward Monckton, brother of ditto, Somerford, Staff* 169 
Sir John Molesworth, bt. Pincarrow, Comw. 20 

John Molesworth, esq. son of ditto — • ib. 

Sir Wilb'am . Molesworth, bt« •— 20 

Crisp Molineux, esq. Garboldisham, Suff. 114. 119 

John More Molyneux, esq. Rosely, Surrey — 186 

Thomas M. ^ Molyneux, esq. son of ditto — ib. 

Richard, Vt. Molyneux, I. P. (see Scfton) — 34 

George Monson, 2d brother of Lord Monson 104 

Hon. William Moeson, brother of Lord Monson <«* ib« 

Edward Wort. Montagu, jun* esq. •*— 24. X2i 

Hon. Wm. A. Montagu, 2d son to the Earl of Sandwich 88 

Hon. George Montagu^ grandson to the Earl of Sandwich ib. 
Sir Edward H. Montagu, r.b. afterwards Lord and Earl 

Beaulieu .^ — jO 

Hon. John Montagu^ son of Lord BeaulieO| Ditton Park, 

Berks -« ..4 

Edward Montagu, esq. Sandleford, Berks 48 

Lord Charles G. Montagu, brother to the Duke of Manchester 87 
Lord Frederick Montagu, brother to the present Duke of 

Manchester — *— ib* 

Charles Montagu, Papplewick, Notts* ' — 122 

Frederick Montagu, esq. son of ditto ««- 122* 124 

Itf atthcw MattheWi esq. , .— 37 

Hon* 



r 


( 4p0 1 


^HF - 


No. I 


Hon. Archibald Montgomery, afterwards Eatl o£ Eglintoun 272 




3'4 


HdkH 


Montgomery, esq. Skelmorly, Ayrshire 272 


William 


Montgomery, esq. Stanhope, Peebles-shitc 2g» 


Ja«i« 


Montgomery, esq. ditto ditto. 292. 313 


SirJ.m« 


Montgomery, bt., son of ditto ^ 292 


■ George 


Montgomery, esq. Chippenham-lial], Camb. 175 


1 Henry Conyng. Montgomery, esq. — — . j8 


W £dw>rd 


Morant, esq. Pylcwell, Hants ij8. 162. 2oS 


William 


Moreland, esq. — — 197 


Sir Charlet 


Mordaunt, bt. Walton, Warw. — ib. 


Sir Chirles 


Moidaunt, bt. ion of ditto — ib. 


Sir John 


Mordaunt, k.b- Fceefolk, Hants ^ 44 


Sir John 


Mordaunt, bt. Walton, Warw. — 197 


Hon. John 


Mordaunt, brother to the Earl of Peterbo- 




rough, Holt Forest, Sussex ^ 93 


Daniel 


Moore, esq. Moore-hall, Bucks — 14 


Charles 


Moore, iL.D. — — 207 


John 


Moore, esq. _ — 311 


Lord Henry 


Moore, son of the Marquis of Droglieda IJS 


Peter 


Moore, esq. Tboby Priory, Essex — 198 


Robert 


More, esq. Shrewsbury — 14O 


Sir William 


Moreton, kt. Recorder of London — 1 23 


John 


Moieton, esq. Tackley, Oxf. — 7. 98, 243 


Sir John 


Morgan, bt. Kin nersley- castle, Hercf. S6 


William 


Morgan, esq. Tredegar, Monmouth. II2 


Thomas 


Morgan, esq. Rep ra, Brecon sh. ^ ib. 


Thomas 


Morgan, jun. esq. son of ditto, Bricken- 




bury, H«rts — — 250' 


Charles 


Morgan, esq. Treago, Heref. — 249 


Sir Charles 


Morgan, bt. Tredegar, Monmouth, (see 




Gould) — — 249. 25» 


Sir Charles 


Morgan, bt. sonof ditto, Tredegar, Montn. its. 




249- 250 


Richard, £.0 


f Momiogton, now Marquis Wellesley 4. 27. 58 


George, Vise, 


1 Morpeth, son of the Earl of Carlisle — 42 , 


Humphry 


Monice, esq. Warrington, Vev, — 21. 3$ 




Matthew 1 



i 493 ) 

Matthew Rob; Morrfs, esq. now Lord Rokeby, I.P. 

John Morris, ^sq. a Bairritter at Law 

Staats Long - Morris, esq* Hantly Lodge, Aberd* 

Xdward . Morris, esq. a Barrister at Law 

Robert > Morris, esq. Burwood«coort,.Gloac. 

John B. Laurie Morrit, esq. — * r* 

Sir John 

Hans Win. 

John 

Sir Thomas 

Sir Roger 

Savage 

John 

Sir Thomas 

Sir Oswald 

Abel 



Morshead, bt. Trenant Park, Cornw. 
Mortimer, esq. Coldwell-hall, Derb. 
Mortlock, esq. Qafibridge — 

Mostyn, bt. Mostyn, Flint — 

Mostyn, bt. son of ditto, Mostyn, Flint 
Mbstyn, esq. 2d son of Sir Thomas 
Mostyn, esq. 3d son of Sir Thomas — 
' Mostyn, bt. eldest son of Sir Roger 
Mostey; bt* Roleston-hduse, Staff. ' — - 
Moysey^ esq'. Martin, Surrey — 

John, Viscount Mountstuart, nbw M&rqois of Bute - 

John, Viscoiint Mountstuart, ' son of ditto • ' — 

Constantine, L. Mulgrave, Mul grave -hall, York. 88. 
Henry, Lord Mulgrave, brother of ditto — ^ 

Muncaster, I. P. Muficastcr, Cumb. ^73 
Mundy, esq. Shipley, Derb. '"-^ " 

Munro, bt. Fowlii, Ross. — * «^ 

Munro, k.b. Novar, Ross. • — . • 

Mure, esq. Caldwell, Rchf. — 

Murray, brother to the l>uke of Athol 
Murray, esq. nephew to the Duke of Athol, 

afterwards Dukfe of Athol — 

Murray, esq. brother of ditto - .— 
Murray, esq. 2d brother of ditto, Pitcaithly, 

Perthshire — — 

Murfay, esq. Broughton, Wigton — 
Murray, esq. Philiphaugh, Roxb. — • 

MOrray, bt. (see Pultcney) — 

Hon. William Murray, aftttlvards Earl of Mansfield 
David Murray, esq. brother to Lord Elibank 

Alexander Murray, esq. .Murttyshall, Peebles. 



Na. 

90 

209 

30a 

39 

77 

236 

25 
67 

17 

259 

ib. 

83 

^33 
259 

3^4 

^57 

34 



John, Lord 
Edward M. 
Sir Henry 
Sir Hector 
William 
John, Lord 
John 

James 
George 

James 
John 
'Sir James 



104. 132 

- 49|. 228 

i^. 200 

- .4K 

<^ 302 

303 
294 

293 



tb. 
ib. 



^06 

- 3<5o 

Sii 

«4 
232 

270. 292 

292 

Alex- 



Alexander 
Sir Patrick 
George 
Richard 
Richard 



(( 494 .) 

Miirrayi esq^ now "Lati EUbaak 
Murray^ bk. Auchtttftyrei Perth* 
Mnsgrave^ Ciunbedaiid. ^-^ 

Myddeltan, esq. Chirke Castle^ Dmb* 
Myddelton, esq. aoaofditto^ ditto 



N0. 
— lb* 



- R 



O: 



SirGerrard 
George 

Hoa. Richard S. 
Sir Henry B« 
Sir Evan 
John 
William 
WUliam 
Jlon. Franci? , 
"■■ ■ % Losd 
William, Lord 
Sir Roger 
George L. 
Nathaniel 
Nathaniel 
James Crags 
Robert 
John 
William 
Arnold 
Sir John , 
John Henry 
Sir William G. 
Hon. Richard 
Richard N. 
Hon. Thomas 



NAPIER, bt. Moot CtltchiU^JXwset. 66 

NareSf esq. Reading^. Berks -^ xj j 

NassaUt brother to tjbe Earl of Roebford 74 

Nealcj bt. Walhampton, Hants . > , — « 164 

Nepean, bt. -— «-'— 93 

Nesbitt, esq* Wtncbelsea, Susies — ^ 445 

Nesbitt, esq. pirletQ^, Qadd# r~ 2^5 

Nedham, esq« Hpwbury, Oxf* •— 238L 24J 
Needham, broti^er to Viscount Idkiorey 33 J 

Newbury, I. P.j^Bodvean, Caco. 35. 248. 2$$ 

Newhaven, I. P. Gattou Park, Surrey 90* 185 

Newdigate> bt. A.rbury, Waxw. — * 134 

Newnham, esq. New Timber Plaee, Sussex 196 
Newnham, esq. — iii. 193. 21$ 

Newnhami esq. Penhurst, Surrey ii i. 215 

Newsanif esq. Chadshant, Watw. 
Nicholas^ esq. Ashton Keynes 
Nicholls, esq. Goring, Oxf« 
Nesbxtt, esq. Dunheim, Essex 
Nesbitt, esq. Putney, Surrey 
Newport, bt. ~ 

Newport, esq. mm» 

Newcomen, bt. ■<*• 

Neville — 

Neville, Braybrook -*• 

Noel, now Viscount Wentwortb 



— 40 

— 213 

— 195 

iSs» 215. 245 

374 



m 

357 
^34 

379 
101 

Hon. 



{ 49S ) 

No, 

Hon. Wfflkim Koely uncle to the Earl of Otlnsborougli 29 

Qertrd Noel, -esq. £xton Park, Rut. — • 128 

Thomas Noel, esq* Walcot, Northamp, — 138 

8ir Fletcher NottOH, kt. afterwards Lord Grantley 98. 184. 20 1 
Hon. WilSam N«rtoti, son of ditto, now Lord Grantley 18^4. 

fietoher Norton, 2d son of Lord Grantley 43. 44. 20c 

Hon. Chapel Norton, 3d son of ditto — 184 

Hon. Edirard Norton, 4th ion of ditto — 186 

John » ^tthf^s, jun. esqj. Hattipstead, Kent — 244 

Frederick, Lord North, R.G. afterwards Earl of Guildford 127 

Goo. A. Lord North, eldest son 6f ditto, afterwards Earl of 

• Guildford — — >37- i59« ^^7 

iVederiek North, 3d son of Frederick, E. of Guilford 1 27 

Dudley North, esq. Saxmondhara, Suff. 37. 127.237 

William - ' Northey, csq.Ivyhotiso, Wiltshire 92. 209. 214 
William - Northey, esq. Box-hall, Wtltshire — 39 

Robert Nugent, esq. afterwards Vise. Clkte and 

Earl Nugent, LP. — ' ''40. i^ 

Hon. Edmund 'Nugent, only son of Vise. Clare — 22. 46 

Charles Edm^^Tihigenft, esq. , - — . — '. 9 

Siif George N»gent, bt. Lieut.- General — 9\4? 



O. 

• 

Sir Edward 0*BRIEN, bart. Dromolmid, Clare, Ireland 3^ 
•P. Wyndhaw O'Briea, e^. (afterwards Earl of Thom^nd) M 

John Offley, esq. Wicheoor, -SuflF. — 131* ^ 75 

Hon. William O'Callagan, brother of Lord Lismore 33 

Hon.JohnR.B,iO»Ncl^ brother of Earl O'Neil — 3^^ 

William - Odell, esq^ — . . ' _ 35a 

Henry Meade Ogle, esq. — — 337 

Charles Ogilvie, esq. — ' ^9 

Charles O'Hara, esq. Nympsfield, Sligo. 366 

Hichard Oliver, esq. Putney, Surrey — « ii^ 

\ ToHn 





( 49<5 ) 


1 


m 

Ni. 


toka 


Olmius, esq. Newhall, Essex, ^afterwards 








Lord Walthamstow) I. P. — 


65-73 


R.Henley Lord 


[ Ongley. I. P. ddwarden, Bedf. 




I. 2 


Anhuc 


Oaslow, esq. Speaker o£ the Hodsb — 




iSo 


George 


Onsloir, esq. son of ditto, (noiv Earl Onslow) 








180. 


24« 


Richard 


Onslow, esq. brother to the Speaker 




.8, 


George 


Onslow, esq. son of ditto, Okeham, Surrey 




ib. 


Hon. Edward 


Onslow, 2d son of the Earl of Onslow 




235 


Hon.T.Cranley Onslow, grandson of Earl Onslow 




.84 


Middleton 


Onslow, esq. Drungewick, Sussex 




244 


Robert 


Ord, esq. Petersham, Surrey — 




IJ7 


John 


Ord, esq. son of ditto — 13. 


190. 


■239 


William 


Ord, esq. Fenham-hill, Notthutnb. 




"7 


Thomas 


Orde, esq. (now Lord Bolton) — 




■■7S 


Paul 


Orchard, esq. Stoke-Abbey, Devonth. 




4' 


William 






i.8 


Fountayne W. 


. Osbaldeston, esq. — 




■b. 


.George 


Osbaldeslon, esq. Hatton-Bushell, Yorkah 




lb. 


Sir George 


Osborn, bart. Chtcksand Priory, Bedf. 32. 


34- 


122. 
.89 


John 


Osborne, esq. son of ditto — 






Henry 


Osburn, esq. — — . 




I 


Cha. Aug.Lord Ossulston, son of the Earl ofTankerville 




327 


James 


Oswald, esq. Flfeshlre _ 


568.183 


. J™., T. 


Oswald, esq. son of ditto — 


aoS 


-283 


Paul Henry 


Ourry, Plympton-Earle, Dev, — 




53 


P»a T«by 
Sir WaUam 
Hugli 


Ourry, esq. ion of ditto — 




ib. 

265 
2«7 ' 


Owen, bart. Orielton, Pemb. — 




Owen, esq. eldest son of dirto — 


Fr.DcU 


Owen, esq. _ _ 




26 


Wra. Moatyn 


Owen, esq. Bryngwyn, Montgomery^. 




264 


Hii.h 

fe 


0*en, ciq. (see Barlow.) — 




p. 











I 497 ) 



P. 



No. 
John . PA.GE, esq. Watergate-house, Sussex, esq. 188 

Francis Page, esq. Middle- Aston, Oxfprdsh. — 134 

Henry Lord Paget, son of the Earl of Uxbridge, Drayton, 

Middlesex — 153. 256 

Hon» William Paget, second son of ditto, a Captain in the 

Navy — — * 247 

Hon. Arthur Paget, third son of ditto — ib. 

Hon. Edward Paget, fourth son of ditto ■*— 256 

Sir Robert Palk, bart. Haldon-house, Devonsh. s^. 58 

Walter Palk, junr. esq. Morlay-house, Devonsh. $6 

Sir Hugh Palliser, bart. Vatch, Bucks — 88. 228 

Henry Visct. Palmerston, I. P. Broadlands, Hants 31. 155. 156. 

232. 239 
Sir Thomas Palmer, bart, Leicest. — 10 1 

Sir John Palmer, bart. Carleton^ Leicestersh. son of do. 101 

Peregrine Palmer, esq. FairfieUJ, Somersetsh. — 134 

William Earl Panmure, I. P. Panmure and Brechin Castle, 

Forfarshire -— — 284 

John Pardoe, junr. esq. Lay ton, Essex 28. 29 

Thomas Visct. Parker^ afterwards Earl of Macclesfield 91.133 
George, Visct. Parker (now Earl of Macclesfield), Sherborne 

Castle, Oxfordsh* — — 15c 

Hon.Geo.Lane Parker, uncle to the present Earl of Macclesfield 

Sir Peter Parker, bart. Bassingbourne-hall, Essex 74.006 2//.^ 

John Parker, esq. Mansfield, Yorksh, — 99 

John Parker, esq. Boringdon and Saltram, Devonsh, 

afterwards Lord Boringdon -^ 25. 47 

Armsted _ Parker, esq. Peterborough, Northamp. 121 

Tho. Boothby Parkyns, esq. (afterw. Lord RancliflFe), LP. 102. l6x 

Henry Parnell, esq. Rathleague, Q^ucen's County 363 

Sir Lawrence Parsons, bart. (now Earl of Ross.) 305 

[vol, ii.J Kk Six 



^ 


( 498 ) 


m 


_ sir Jolin 


Patetson, bait. Eccles, Berwicksh. — 


215 


^ John 


Paterion, esq. Epping Forest — 


=75 


■ P.,=r 


Patten, esq. — — 


97 


■ John 


Patieson, esq. — 115, 


■ 151 


Sir Ralph 


Payne, k. b. (created Lord Lavington, I. P.) 






28.36.53.67 


John WilUt 


Payne, esq. brother to ditto j a Captain in 






the Navy _ _ 


83 


John 


Parry, esq. Wemvann, Carnarvonsh. ^ 


»S5 


Si, WiUiim 


Paitoa, knt. — — 


353 


Sit John 


Peachy, bart. West Dean, Sussex — 


190 


Samuel 


Peach, esq. — — 


"■3 


Si,J.n,., 


Peachy, bart. brother to Sit John, West Dean 






and New-grove, (now Lord Selaey) 190. 


1,6 


John 


Peachy, esq. son of ditto — 37. 


■92 


SirRobeit 


Peele, ban. Bury, Lrincashire, and Drayton 
Basset, Staffordshire — 


i7» 


Henry 


Pelham, esq. Lewes, Sussex — 


59 


Thomas 


Pelham, esq. Stannier, Sussex, (now Lord 






Pelham and Earl of CWchcster) — 


.87 


Hon.Tho.Lord Petham, eldest son of do. (now E. of ChichscUr) ib. 


Hon. Henry 


Pelham, second son of Lord Pelham — 


191 


James 


Pelham, esq. Crowhurst, Sussex — 


239 1 


Cha. Anderson Pelham, esq. Brocklesby, Uncolnsh. (now 






Lord Yatborough) — 103. 


=36 


.Tobn Cresset 


Pelham, esq. — — 


19. 


Richard 


Penn, esq. Laleham, Middlesex, and Stoke 






Poges, Berks — i8ff. 


act j 


Richard 


Pennant, esq. Horsley, Surrey, andWhitham- 


1 




park, Somersetsh. (see Penrhyn.) JOO. 


159 


Sir John 


Pennington, batt. Muiicastet, Cumberland, 






Waiter, Yorkshire — 


4' 


John 








Munca?ter, I. P.) — 


IJ3 


Charles 


Penruddock.eaq. Compton Chamberlain, Wiltah. 


202 


_ Sir James 


Pennyman, bart. Ormsby Thornton and 






Beverley, Yorksh. — 228, 


236 


H John 


Penring, esq. — — 


243 


Ik 


Htmj 



( 499 ) 



Noi 



/'. 



ileory 
Sichard 

Henry 

Hon. Cha.Geo. 
John Jas, Visct, 

Hon. Spencer 

Hugh Earl 
LordAlgernon 



155 



XOQ' 



122 
110 



Hon. Jocelyn 
Lord Henry 
William Visct. 



u • 






Charles Visct. 
Sir Henry 

Edward 
Edward 
Sir John 

Sir Richard 

Charles 

George 

R. Maunsell 

John George 

Jonathan 

William 

Griffith 

John 

Richard B. 

James 



Penton» sen. esq. Eastgatebonse^ Winchester, 

Hants, esq. -^ 

Pennant, esq« Lord Penrykn, I^P* Penryhn, 

Carnarvonsh* and Wumington^ CheAh» 
Penton, junr. esq* Eaatgate-house, Winchester^. . ' 

Hants — -^ ; J j5 

Perceval, (now Lord Arden, I. P!r(see Arden) 25 
> Perceval, (now Earl of Egmont, &c.) ^nmore , 

Castle, Somersetshire — , l|9 

Perceval, brother of dittOy Croxton-park^ 

Lincolnshire t- 

Percy^ (now Duke of Northumberland) 
Percy, second squ of tl^ Duke of Northum- 
berland (now Earl of Beverley), Warriag- 

toQy Devonshire -« . 5^' '^^ 

Percy, 2d son of the Earl of Beverley j8 

Petty, brother of the Marqiiis of Lansdowne > 16 
Petersham, (afterwards Earl of Harrington) 

Ham, Surrey — « Xi8 

Petersham, son of do. (now Earl of Harrington) no 
Peyton, bart. Emneth, Isle of £Uy^ and Nari* 

borough^hall, Norfolk '»- 

Philips, esq. Montacute, Somersetshire 
Philips, junr. esq. ditto ditto — 

Philips, bart. Picton^castie, Pembrokesh. and 

Norbitton-place, Surrej •-* 159^ 266 

Philips, bart. son of ditto, Picton-ca^tle, 

Pembrokesh. (now Lord MilSord, LP.) 53. 266 
Philips, esq. Camelford, Cornwalfl 
Philips, esq. Coedgaing^ Carmarthensh. 
Philips, esq. — — 

Philips, esq. Cumgitilly, Cjarmarthensh. 
Philips, esq. St Stephen's, Corn vail 
Philips, esq. Windsor^castle, Berks -m 
Philips, esq. Carmartben^ire — • 

Phillipsoa, esq. Byfleet, Surrey — 

Phillipson, esq. Lieutenant- General . -^ 
PhtppS| esq. Peterborough| Northamp* 

Kk2 



»5 

'45 

ib. 



26 
169 

28 

232 

aj4 

75 
178 

I2t 

Hon. 





1 

( 500 ) 


No. 


Hon. John Con 


Phlpps, (afterwards Lord Mulgrave, I. P.) 


104. 




>j' 


228 


Hon. Charles 


Phipps, brother of ditto — 49 


2aS 


Hon. Edmund 


Phipps, fourth son of Lord Mulgrave 


238 


Henry 


Pierce, esq. Bedale, Yorksh. _ 


236 


Cha. MedDws 


Pierrcpont, esq. created Viscount Newark, 


t 




and Earl Manvers, Thoresby. Notts. 


129 


Hon.M.Evely 


Pierrcpont, second son of Earl Manvers 34 


129 


George Lord 


Plgot. I. P. Patteshall, Staffordsh. 6 


141 


Sir Robert 


Pigol, bart. brother of ditto, Patteshall and 






Chetnynd, StaS'ordshire — 


6 


Hugl. 


Pigot, esq. brother of ditto — 32 


141 


Sir Arthur 


Pigot, kt. Attorney -General — 


196 . 


Sir Lionel 


Pllkington, bart. Chevet-hall, Yorkshire 


89 


John Frederick 


Pinney, esq. Bvidport and Blickdowa, Dorsetsh 


66 


William 


Pitt, esq. Hayes, Kent [afterwards Earl of 






Chatham) — 51. 147 


13s 


Hon. Win. 


Pitt, second son ofditto, Holwood, Kent 16 


. 301 


George 


Pitt, esq, Stratfieldsea. Hants (afterwards 






Lord Rivers) — 


60 


- Hon. George 


Pitt, only son of ditto (now Lord Rivers) 


ib. 


Thomas 


Pitt, esq. Boconnock, Cornwall — 51 


:jl6 


Thomas 


Pitt, esq. son of ditto, Boconnock, Cornwall 






(afterwards Lord Camelford) — 


ai6 


John 


Pitt, esq. Encumbc, Dorsetshire <i2. 68. 77 


Sr Win. Aug 


Pitt, K. fl. brother of Lord Rivers, Heckficld, 






Dorsetshire — 


68 


Wm. Morton 


Pitt, esq. Encurabe, Dorsetshire — 60. 61 


William 


Plumer, esq. Blakeswate, Herts — 


84 


William 


Plumerjun. esq. ditto ditto ^ S4. 191 


Thomas Wm. 


Plummer, esq. a Merchant in London — 


.58 


John 


Plumtree, esq. Frcdville, Noltinghamsh, 32. 13O 


William 


Pochin, esq.Barkby, Leicestershire 


101 


Sir George 


Pocock, K.B. Twickenham, Middlesex 


50 


George 


Pocock, esq. son ofditto, Fronteyn, Dorsetsh. 


IJO 


Charles 


Pole, esq. Southgate, Middlesex — 


lOD 


^ Sir Charles M 


Pole, bl. Admiral of the Blue — 


Hon. 



Sir Francis 
£dward 



( 501 ) 

Hon. W. W. Pole, brother to the Earl of Momingtonj 

, Ballyfine, King's County, Ireland 

Geo. Augustus Pollen, esq. Little Bookham^ Surrey — 

Hon. Evelyn Pierrepont, son to Viscount Newark 34. 

W.Conyngham Plunket, esq. — 

Nathaniel , Polhill, esq. Peckham Lane, Surrey 
John Lord Pollington, I. P. Methley-hall, Yorkshire, 

(afterwards Earl Mexborough) k. b. 
Pole, baft. Lewes, Sussex — 

Poore, esq. Salisbury — 203. 

Hon. Frederick Ponsonby, son of Earl Besborough — 

Rt. Hon. Wm. Ponsonby — — 

John Brabazon Ponsonby, esq. afterwards Lord Ponsonby 
Hon. George Ponsonby, brother to Lord Ponsonby 

Popham, kt. a Captain in the Navy 
Popham, esq. Taunton, Somersetshire 
Popham, esq. Littlecott, Wiltshire 
Popham, esq. — -^ 

Porcher, esq. — 

Porchester, son of the Earl of Carnarvon 
. Porter, esq. a London Merchant ■— 

Porter, esq. Selmary^ Hants •— 



Sir Home 
Alexander 
Edward 
William 
Josias Dupre 
Henry Lord 
John 
George 



No. 

3^ 
82 

129 

190 

181 

192 

205 

348 
ib. 

ib, 

327 
67 

149 
18a. 346. 

21} 



Henry Berkeley Portman, esq. Bryanstpn, Dorsetshire 



Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Christopher 

Hon. Anne 

Hon. Vere 

Richard 



Postlethwaite, esq. »— — 

Potter, esq. Ridgemont, Bedfordshire 
Potter, esq. a Barrister at Law 
Potter, esq. — ^ 

Poulett, uncle to Earl Poijlett 
Poulett, brother to ditto ^ 

Powper, esq. -7- 



222 
16c 

148 
i85 

11.23-51 
23 

73 
150 

4b« 

377 



Edward Visct. Powerscourt, L P. County of WiqUow, Ireland 161 



Thomas 
John 

Lord Harry "" 
Sir Charles 



Pownall, esq. Saltfleeby, Lincolnshire 33. 151; 

Pownall, esq. Secretary to the Board of Trade 

and Plantations — 37 

Powlett, afterwards Duke of Bolton — 1154 
Fowlett^ son of Lord H. Powlett, afterwards 

iDuke of Bolton, k.b.— (see Winchester) 161 
Kk3 ^Lor4 



-\ 


( 5o» ) 


s 


Lord Hafry 


Powlett, second son of the Duke of Bolton, 






afterwards Ouke of Bolicw — i_;j 


.164 


George 


Foirlett, esq. Ampolt, Hants — 


•ss 


William 


Ponlctt, esq. Easton, Hants — 


■«J 


W. Ingoldsby 


Powlelt, Earl of Wiltshire, son of the Muquis 




of Winchester — 


34 


\Vm. PowlctC 


Powlett, esq, Somboroe, Hants ^ 


49 


Thomas Orde 


Powlett, esq. (see Orde) — 


75 


Hon. Vcrc 


Powlett, 2d son of Earl Powlett — 


IJO 


Jtareourt 


Powell, esq. Ankerwyke, Surrey — 


16a 


Jolia KynasiOD Ponetl, esq. Hardwicke, Salop — 


■39 


Thomas 


Pbwys. esq.Lilford.Nor. afterwards Ld. Ulford lao 


Penyston 


Powney, esq. Stives Place. Berks 


3 


penya.Portlock Powney, esq. St Itcs Place, JJerka — 


4 


Richard 


Power, esq. — ~ 


3J9 


"Win. Stephen 
ffit Charles 


Poyntz, esq. Mid sham -house, Herts 


85 


Ptatt, knt. Camden Place, (afterwards Earl 






Camden) — — 


*3J 


Hon. J.Jeffiie 


s Pratt, son of ditto, (now Earl Camden) 


■47 


Jibbert 


Pratt, esq. brother of Sit Charles Pratt, Cos- 






combe, Gloucestershire — 


.89 


Humphry M. 


Pread, esq. Trevethon, Cornwall, and Ty- 






Htigham, Bucks — 20. 35 


William 


Pread, esq. Trevethon, Cornwali, and Ty- 






ringham, Buck. _ 35 


■37 


G.orge 


Prescott, esq. Theobalds, Hertfordshire J53 


161 


Sff Charles 


Preston, bart. Valleyfield, Perthshire 


3=9 ,' 


Robert 


Preston, esq. brother to do. Woodford, Ess. 78 


»4» 


Hon. Francis 


Prettie, brother of Lord Donally — 


308 


Charles 




"47 ' 


Richard 


Price, esq. Varnol, Flintshire — 


»4« 1 


Sir Charles 


Price, bart. — — 


111 


j™.. 


Pringle, esq. Stltchell, Berwickshire 


27s 


John 


Pringte, esq. Haining, Selkirkshire — 


»87 


Arch.C.Vl.ct 


Primrose, son of the Earl of Roseberry zfi. 


3S9 
ib. 


M.it 


Pringle, esq; Fairnilie, ditto -^ 


John Visct. 


Proby, son of the Earl of Carysfort — 


87 1 


.[•.!>■> 


Probyn, esq. Newland, Gloucestershire 


ai7 
Sic 



( 5^3 ) 



No. 



Sir Wm. B« 

Thomas 
John Pugh 
Wm. Visct. 
Sir WilUam 

3ir Jas. Murraj 

Daniel 

John 

Henry 

Henry James 

Sir Thomas 

John 

]£dmund 

Charles Small 

Henry 

William 

John 



Proctor, &. B. Laogley, Norf. and Tottenham 

High Cross, Midd. — 109 

Prowse, esq. Auainster, Somersetshire 145 

Pyyce, esq* Gogerthan, Cardiganshire 254* 263 

PUlteney, only son of the £arl of Bath ixo. 1^6* 
Pulteney, bart, Pulteney-castle, Salop, and 

Westerhall, Dumfries- shire -— *W* 278 
Pulteney, bart. Hillhead, Edinburghshire 64 

Poheney, esq. Cambridge — i93 

Purling, esq. Bradford Peverell, Dorsetshire 31. 65 



Pye, esq. Farringdoa-house, Berkshire 3 

Pyc, esq. ditto ditto — ib. 

I^e, knt. Admiral of the White — 9^ 

Pytches, esq. — — '77 

Pytts^ esq. Kyre, Worcestershire — 219 

Pybtts, esq. a Commissioner of the Admiralty 249 

Peters, esq. a Banker in London — 13S 

Petrie, esq.>Wcstcombc-park, Kent — J3^ 

Fetrie, esq. Gatton-place, Surrey — 185 , 



]EIon.WyndhamQUIN| son of Lord Adair 



35* 



John 

Sii C. Famaby 

Jonathan 

Charles 

Sir John 

Richard 

Sir Alexander 

Hon. John 

Tho. B. Lord 

Jonathan 

PhUip 



RADCLIFFE, esq. Hitchin, Hertfordsh. 85. 242 
Radclifife, bart. (see Famaby) — 242 

Raine, esq. — — 35 

Rainsfordy esq. a Lieutenant-General 39. 58. 74 
Ramsden^ bart. Byram, Yorkshire — 30 

Ramsbottom, esq. Clewer Cottage, Berks 4 

Ramsay, bart. Balmain and Faskie, Kincardinsh. 278 
Ramsay, brother to the Earl of Dalhousie 305 

Rancliffe, L P. Rancliffe, Hants 102. i6x 

Rashleigh, esq. Menabilly, Cornwall, and 

Wickham, Hants -^ 36 

Rashleigh, esq. son of ditto, Menabilly^ Cornwall ib. 

K k 4 Hon. 







* 




( 504 ) 


Na. 


Hon. John T. 


Rawdon, second brother to the Earl of Moira, 






I. P. Bolney Court, 0>f. — 


43 


Hon. George 


Rawdon, third son of the Earl of Moira, I. P. 


104 


Sir Walter 


Rawlinson, knl. Stowlangtoft, Suffolk 88 


•93 


Abraham 


Rawlinson, esq. Ellell-hall, Lancaster 


96 


Henr? 


Rawlinson, esq. brother to ditlo — 


100 


Iiaac Martin 


Rebow, esq. Colchester, Esses — 


73 


Francis 


Reynolds, esq. Slnngeways, Lancashire 


96 


George 


Rice, esq. Newton, Carmarthen shire — 


253 


Hon. G.Talbot Rice, eldest son of ditto (now Lord Dyoevor) 






Newton, Carmarthenshire — 


lb. 


Sir Thomas 


Rich. bart. Sunning, Berkshire — 


•4 


Joseph 


Richardson, esq. — ^ 


39 


Bisse 


Richards, esq. Wimbledon, Surrey — 


»J6 


jtichard 


Richards, esq. — 


26 


Matthew 


Ridlev. esn. Heaton-hall. North lunbeil and 


126 
lb. 


SirMait-Wbite Ridley, bart. son of ditto, Blagden, Northumb 


Richiird 


Rtgby, e^q. Mistley-hall, Essex — 


SS:lr 


Abraham 


Robarts, esq. a Banker in London, Hampstead, 






Middlesex — — 


210 


John 


Roberts, esq. Harwich, Essex, and Eshcr, Surr 






74 


■« 


J^l.n 


Robinson, esq. Duftoo, Westmoreland ; and 






Michaelstow, Essex — 75. 30O 


246 


Charles 


Robinson, esq. Recorder of Canterbury, &c. 


90 


Sir Thomas 


Robinson, K. b. (afterwards Lord Grantham) 






Nevvby, Yorkshire — 


.63 


Hon. Thoma 


Robinson, (afterwards Lord Grantbam) son 






of ditto — — 


>b. 


Hon. Frederi 


k Robinson, second son of Lord Grantham, 






Newby, Yorkshire — — 


229 


Sir Geoige 


Robinson, bart. Cranford, Norlhamptonshitp 




Maurice 


Robinson, esq, nephew to Lord Rokeby, }. P. 


234 


Rich. Bateman Robson, esq. Weslbiidge, Surrey — 


J" 


Gustavus 


Rochford, esq. Westmeath, Ireland — 


376 


Sir Geo. Bryd. Rodney, bart. and k.B. Great Alre^ford, Hants 






(afterwards Lord Rodney) 32. no 


122 


^ 


Hon. 



Hon. George 
Hon. John 

Sir F. Lemon 

John 

Thomas 

Augustus 

Dennis 



John 

James 



Rodney, son of Lord Rodney (now Lord Rodney) 51 
Rodney, second son of Lord Rodney, Arms- 
worth, Hants — 18 
Rogers, bart. Blatchford, Devonsh. $0 
Rogers, esq. Penrose, Cornwall -— 26. 29 
Rogers, esq. Newington- Green, Middlesex 198 
Rogers, esq. Secretary to the Board of Ordnance 93 
RoUe, esq. brother of the late Lord RoUe, 
Hudscott, Devonshire, Shapwick, Sora. 
RoUe, esq. Ty dwell, Devonshire, (now Lord 

Rolle) — — 

Rooke, esq« Bigs we ar, Monmouthshire 
£dw. Bayntun Rolt, esq. (see Sir £dward Bayntun) 
Sir Samuel - Romilly, knt. — -^ 

Sir John Lock. Ross, bart. Balnagown, Ross-shire 
Sir Charles . Ross, bt. son of do. Balnagpwn, Ross-sh. 
Charles Ross, esq. Morangie, Ross-sh. •— 

George Ross, esq. Cromartyshire, esq. — - 

George Rose, esq. Cuffnells, and Cottage, Hants 

George Henry Rose, esq. son of ditto, HoUy-groVe, Berks 
Wm. Stewart Rose, esq. Cuffnells, Hants — - 

Rosewarne, esq.Bosvigo, Cornwall '— 

Rous, bart. Henham-hall, Suffolk (now Lord 

Rous) — — 

Rous, esq. a Barrister at Law « — 
Thomas Bates Rous, esq. a Director of the East India Company 220 
Sir C. W. B. Rouse, bart. Rouse- Lynch, Worcester shire> 

and Downton, Salop — 

Rowley, k. b. Tendring-hall, Suffolk 
Rowney, esq. Dean Farm, Oxfordsh. 
Royston, (afterwards Earl of Hardwicke) 
Wresthoi^se, Cambridgeshire — - 

Royston, son of the Earl of Hardwicke 
Rudge, esq. Wheatfield, near Tets worth, 

Oxf. and Evesham, Wore. esq. — • 

Rumbold, bt. Woodhall, Herts tk. 67 



Jienry 
Sir John 

George 



52 

47 
112 

211 

93 
289. 311 

295. 302 

302 

278 

-!&* 164 

163 

24 

172 

67 



Sir William 
Thomas 
Philip Visct. 

Philip, Visct. 
Edtvatd 

Sir Thomas 



222 

6 
183 



'William Rich. Rumbold, son of ditto, esq. .— 



222 

'65 

Sir 



t^ 






1 


m 


( 506 ) 






Tfjsr 


Ruihout, bt. Northwick, Wore. — 


22a 




SiiJ^bn 


Riisuoui. bt. son of do. Lord Northwick, Wore 


:.ik. 




Edward 


Rushout, esq. Alton House, Isle o£ Wight 158. 


160 




Lord John 


Russel, iiext bioiher to the Duke of Uedfotd, 








atratton Park, Hauts — 


5S 




LotdWilUun 


Russell, Sueaiham, burrey, 2d brother to the 








Duke ot Bedford — 


i8a 




Matthew 


Russell, esq. Richmond, Surrey — 


27 




John 


RutUecfoid, esq, EgertOQ — 396. 


297 




Edw, Southwell Kuihvcn, esq. — — 


33I 




Thomas 


Ryder, esq, a liarrisler at Law — 


S9 




Nattianicl 


Ryder, esq. Stteatham, Surrey, and Harrow- 








by, Line, now Lord Harrowby _ 


ib. 




Hon. Nathaniel Ryder, eldest son of Lord Kartowby, San- 








doQ, Staff. — — 


ib. 




Hon. Richaid 


Ryder, second aoa of Lord Harrowby 


il>. 




Lord George 


s. 

Eackvllle, youngest son of the rhike of Dor- 


- 






set (sec Germaine) afterw. Vise. Sackville 


I5J. 






240 


.241 




LoidJohnFied. Sack^-iUe, 2d son of the Duke of Dorset, 








father of the present Duke — 


»j 




Hen. James 


St. Clair, ad son of Lord St. Clair, St Clair, 




1 




Fifcshiie — — 283 


.30« 


Hon, Henry 


St. John, uncle to the present Lord Boling- 




broke — — 


21; 




Hon. John 


St. John, uncle to the present L. Bolingbrokc 


160. 






.78. 


190 




Hon. Geo. R, 


. St. John, now Vise. Bolingbroke, Lydiard, 








Tregoze, Wilts — 


217 




Sir Paulet 


St. John, bt. Farley, Hants — 


•54 




Hon. 5t. And 


. St. John, brother of Lord John (now St John) 


1 




Ambrose 


St. John, esq. — — 


4' 




Anthony 


St. Leger, esq. Patkhill, near Bcaiitre, Yorks, 


. 106 








John 



( 501 ) 



John 
Sir John 

Sir James 

Francis 
Samuel 
Thomas 
Sir Robert 
Hon. Edwin 

John 

John 

James Clarke 
Sir Charles 
Francis 
Sir Ceorge 
Hon. Richard 

John 

Samuel Elias 

John 

Nathaniel 

James 

Thomas 

Samuel 

John 

Joseph 

Robert 

Hugh 

David 

John 

David 
Sir John 
Walter 
Sir William 



No. 
51 



St. Leger, es(|. a Major«6eneral — 

St. Attbin, bt. Clowance and St. MichaePs 

Mountj Cornwall, bt. — 20. 21 • 32 

Saunderson, bt. East-hill^ near Wandsworth, 

Surrey — — 212 

Saunderson^ esq. — -^324 

Salt, esq. of the Inner Temple 22. 37. 176 

Salusbury, esq. Sough-hall, Chesh. ico 

Salusbury, bt. Lanwere» Mdnmouthsh. 112. 249 
Sandys, (afterwards Lord Sandys,) Ombersley, 

Worcestershire — 34. no 

Sargent, esq. May-Plaee, Kent — • 29. 190 
Sargent, esq. Woolavinton, Sussex 93. 246 

Satterthwaite, esq. Pap Castle, Cumb. 186 

Saunderson, k.b. Hambleton, Hants — 23 Z 
Savage, esq. Holy wood, Downshire 334 

Savile, bt. Rufford, Notts. — 224 

Savile, next brother to the Earl of Scarbo- 
rough, Rufford, Notts. — 104 
Sawbridge, esq. Ollantigh, Kent in. 242 
Sawbridge, esq. son of ditto, Ollantigh, Kent 90 
Sawyer, esq. Canon Priory, Heref. '-^ Sz 
Saxon, esq. — — 15a 
Sea wen, esq. Maidwill^ Northamp. 38. 180 
Scott, esq. Shepperton, Midd. — 65 
Scott, esq. — — 2ia 
Scott, esq. Kinton, Salop, and Bromley, Kent 29* /Sj 

Scott, esq. — -^ 220 

Scott, esq. Blackheath, Kent — - 185. 217 

Scot, jun. esq. Harden, Berwicksh. 275 

Scot, e sq. Scotstarvet and Thirdpart, Hfesh. 305 
Scot, esq. second son of ditto, Balcomie, 

Fifesh. — 276. 283. 302 

Scot, esq. Dunninald, Foriarsh. 284. 307 

Scott, kt. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (now Ld. Eldon} 83 
Scott, esq. Harden, Berwicksh. — 296 

Scott^ kt. hb Majesty^s Advocate-General 205 



1 


I 


( 508 1 1 






ffi. '1 




Thomas 


Scroop, esq. Colby, Line. — 104 




John 


Scudamore, esq. Kent Church, Heref. 81 




Charles Fitzroj 


Scudamore, esq. Holm Lacy, Heref. — ji8 


m. 


Sir .1, Saunder 


Sebright, bt. Beachwood Manor, Herts idf 


k 


Richard, E. of Sefton, I. P. Croxtath-hall and Sefton, L»nc. 94 


1 


Sir Charles 


Sedley, bt. Nuthall. Nott. — 130 


■ 


Geoifje Aug, 


Selivyii, esq. Matson, Glouc. 77. 215. 314 


■ 


William 


Selwyr, esq. Boxley, near Dartford, Kent 165 


■ 


Humphry 


Senhousc, esq. Netherhall, Cumb. 4a 


m 


Sir Thomas 


Sewcll, kt. Ooghteriliaw, Surrey 75, 245 


m 


Robert 


Seivell, esq. Chertsey, Surrey — 30 


W 


Henry 


Seymour, esq. Sherborne, Dors. — 49 




Loid Robert 


Seymour, 3d son of the Marquis of Hertford, 
Windsor, Berks _ 175 




Lord Hugh 


Seymour, 4lh son of ditto — 157 




Lord Gtorfjc 


Seymour, 5th -lon of ditto, Windsor, Berks 49. 175 ' 




Lord William 


Seymour. 6th son of ditto — 173 


^ 


ThoiBas 


Ser^ison, e^q. Cuckfield, Sussck — igi 




Robert E. D. 


Shaftce, esq. — — -jt 




Robert 


Shaftoe, esq, Whitworth, Durham 70. J05 




J..isou 


Shaftoe, esq. Wratting, Camb, 82. 119 




Arthur 


Shakespeare, esq, — _ 2p 




John 


Sharpe, esq. East Barnet, Midd. — 41 




Richard 


Sharpe, esq. — — up 




Fane William 


Sharpe, esq. East Batnet, Herts, esq. 41 , 




JarDes 


Shawe, esq. — _ iii 




William Cunliffbhawe, esq. — — $; \ 




John, Lord 


Sheffield, I. P. Sheffield Place, Sussex, and ! 
Greavc-hall, Yorkshire — 146. 138 




John, Earl of 


Shelburne, I. P. Wycombe, Bocks, and 
Eow-wood Park, Wilts, afterwards Lord 

Wycombe — _ 10 




Sir JdIiii 


Shelley, bt. Michelgrove, Sussex 13 1. IJJ 


Timothy 


Shelley, esq. Wateham, Susse.t — 189 




Ralph 


Sheldon, esq. — — 204 




William 


Shipley, esq. .— — 40 




Philip, Lord 


Sherrard, son of ihe Earl of Harborough, 
Teigh,. Rutl. now Earl of Harboxough '3^ 
Richard, 


^ 







( S09 ) 

No. 

Henry Shelley, esq. — — ipi 

Richard Brins. Sheridan, esq. — - -. i5^ 

Thomas Sheridan, esq. — > — 22 

Henry Shiffher, esq. Pontrylas, Heref. — 151 

Hon. Sewallis Shirley, uncle to Earl Ferrers — 4c 

Geo.Aug.Wm.Shuckburgh Evelyn, esq. Shuckburgh, Warw. 197 
Molineux, LordShuldham,' I. P. — «• ^(J 

James . Shuttleworth, esq. Gawthorpe-hall, Lane. 94 

George Shum, esq. Brewer iti London, Berry-hill 

and Dorkings Surrey — > 54 

Coningsby Sibthorpe, esq. Canbury, Line. — 104 

Humphrey Sibthorpe, esq. Canbury, Line. 105 

John Simeon, esq. Maple Durham, Oxf* — - 5 

George Simson, esq. Whetton Park — 92 

Sir Edward Simpson, kt. — — 240 

James Simmons, esq. ...... 90 

Hon. John Simpson, son of Ld. Bradford, Babworth, Notts. 143 

John Simpson, esq. — ... 38 

John Graves Simcoe, esq. Wolford Lodge, Dev. — 40 

Mark Singleton, esq. — - — 178 

Sir John Sinclair, bt. Ulbster, Caithness-shire 23. 276 

Sit well Sitwell, esq. — ..« 29 

George Skene, esq. Skene, Aberdeensh. 271. 304 

Robert Skene, esq. Hallyards, flfesh. — 283 

JVrnoldus James Skelton, esq. — ^ •»• ,178 

Sir Geo. Tho. Skipwith, bt. Newbold-hall, Warw. — ' 194 

John Skynner, esq. Milton, Oxf. — 136 

William Skryne, esq. ' — — 41 

Hans Sloan, esq. South Stoneham, Hants 156. 160. 163 

Charles William Sloper, esq. Twiford, Hants — 85 

William Sloper, esq. Woodhay, Berks — 214 

Sir Henry Slingsby, bt. Redhouse, Yorkshire — 227 

Sir Jarrit Smith, bt. Long Ashton, Som. — - 146 

Edward Smith, esq. Edmondthorpe, Leiq. — loc 

John Smith, esq. Combhay, Som. — I47 

Robert Smith, esq. fiulcote Lodge, Notts, now 

Lord Carrington, LP. — • 130 

Abel 



■ AM 

P Jota 



I 



( 510 > 



Ns, 



Smith, esq. brother of Lord Cflrtington, Mot> 

tingham — — 37. 130 

Smith, esq. Solicitor to the East Iad!a Company 143 1 
Samuel Smith, esq. ChemDgton, Glouc. aad Putney 

Hill, Surrey — — 152. 120 ' 

Samuel Smith, esq. Wilford, Notts. 37. t02. 211 1 

George Smith, esq. Bassal, Notts. — aj 

William Smith, esq. Clapham, Surrey — 28. 177 

Jonhua Smith, esq. Stoke Parit, Wilts — 21O 

Nathaniel Smith, esq. a Director of the £a9t India Co. 91. 338 ' 

John Smith, esq. Blandonhall, Kent — I90. 1^ 1 

William Smith, esq. Pamdoti House, ntar Harlow, 

Esses — — 28 

Chatles Lot. Smith, esq. Endetby, Leic. — 101 

ThomasAshlon Smith, esq, Vaenol, Carnarv. and Tid worth, 

Kent — — 166. 2JJ 

Kichaid Smith, es^ Chilton Lodge, Berks 13. 68. 206 ' 

Thomas Smith, esq. — — 39 I 

Charles Smith, esq. Sutton, Essex —~ 27 j 

JohnMansel Smith, esq. sou of ditto — IJ I 

Alexander Smollet, esq. Bonhill, Dunbartonshire z8o I 

Sir Robert Smythe, bt. West Moulsey, Surrey, and ' 

Beer Church-hall, Essex — 

John Smythe, esq. Heath, Yorkshire — 

Nathaniel Sneyd, esq. — — 

Walter Sneyd, esq. Keel, Staff. — 

Lord Chas. H. Somerset, ad son of the Duke of Beaufort 
Arthur, Lord Somerset, brother to the Duke of Beaufort HI 

Lord Robt. £d. Somerset, brother to ditto — 16 

Edward Southwell, esq. King's Weston, Glouc. 

afterwards Lord Clifford — 76. IjO 

William Sotheron, juri. esq. Darrington, Yorkshire JjS 

John Spalding, esq. Killorby, Kircudbright -shire JM 

Henry Speed, esq. Kogsell, Som. — 8S 

Lord Charles Spencer, brother to the Duke of Marlbo- 
rough, Wheatfield, Osf. — 133 
Lord Robert Spencer, 2d brother to the Duke of Marlbo- 

roughj Woolbedings, Sussex 68. 135- '3* 



73- 3J» 

138 



119 



Lofd Henzx 
John 

Joka Sfwaoer 
J0ha 
Rcriiert 
Frederiok 
Sir Frank 



Sp«nc«r, ad son o£ ti^ Duke of Marlborddgh 
Spencer, esq. Ahkorpe, Nortbamp. and'Wim 

bledoo, Svrrcy, afurwards Earl Speaccr 
Smith, esq. son of Lord Charles Spencer 
Spte«r, esq. Exeter, Devon. •— 

Sparrow, esq. Wormlnigham, Suffolk,, esq. 
Standart, esq, Gceenwich, Kent ^^ 

Scandish, bt« Daxbnry, Lane — » 

Charlts Walter Stanhope, £arl of S«n«7 — 

Hon. Sir Wm. Stanhope, brother to dw Earl of Chester- 
field, Eythorpe, Backs, il.b. — • 
Philip Stanhope, esq. Resident at Dreadeit 
Lorel Stanhope, esq* nncle to tiie pieaent Earl of 

Cbesttrfield — — 

Wftker Spencer Stanhopev esq. Horribrth, near Leeds, and 

Cannon-hall, near Bamsley, Yorkshire 43 
£d« Smith, Ld. Stanley, now Earl of Derby, Otikes, Socrey 
Edward, Lord Stanley, son of ditto — — 

Hen. Thomas Stanley, brother to the Earl of Derby, 

Preston, Lane* — *^ 

Stanley, esq. Ponltons, Hants,^ esq. 
Stanley, esq. Cross-hall, Lane. esq. *- 
Stanley, esq. Plumstead, Kei^ — 

Stanley, esq. Addtttley Park, Chtifa* 
Staples — — 

Stannton, esq. Archdeacon Koase, Ipswich, 

and Sibston^hall, Suiblk -^ 

Stanwix, esq. Staxmis, Cumberland 
Stapleton, bt. Grs/ft^ Berks -• 

Starkie, esq. Preston, Lane* «- 



Hans 

Thomas 

John 

John Thomas 

Hon. John 

Thomas 

John 

Sir Thomas 

Edmund 



No. 

iggi 
204 

a 
. i&i 

95 

43 

8 

226^ 

9^ 
95 

94 

156 

94 

^30 

217 



43- 



H. Thomas, Ld . Stavordale, now Esoi of Itchciter — » 



Thomas 
Richard 
Sir Philip 

John 
Sir John 



X.73 
20 j: 

93 

41 



Steele, esq. Hmnpnet, Sqssex. — • 

Stephens, esq. Wi*i««tt, Dey. •«• 

Skepbens, ht, l\ilbaCB, Midd. and St Facdi 

and Horsforib, Norf. — 241 

Stephenson^ ^. Brentford Butts, Mfdd;. 35; S^'53 
Stepirry, bt. Lanelly, Caraaitfa. — • 1x3 

John 



^^^Toin Sti 



( S" ) 



181 



I 



Stein, esq. a Banker in Edinburgli 
Gabriel Steward, esq. Weymouth, Dors. — j_j 

Hon. Rich. £d. Stewart, brother to the Earl of Galloway 311^ 

Han. James Stewart, brother to ditto, Glasserton, Wigtonsh. 300 
Hon. Keith Steivart, brother to the present Earl, ditto 30O. 314 

Hon. Grcn. M.Stewart, brother to ditto — 288 

Hon. William Stewart, 2d son of the Earl of Galloway 27. 300 
Hon, Robert Stewart, now Vise, Castlereagh, son of the 

E. of Londonderry, I. P. BllckHog, Norf, 33, 175 
Sir James Steuart Denham, bt. Coltness and Black- 

shiel, Lanarksh. — 

Sir John W. B. Stewart, bt. — — 

John Stewart, esq. Mitcham, Surrey -^ 

William Stewait, esq. Castle Stewart, Wigtonsh. 2I 

Alexander Stewart, esq. Afton, Wigtonsh. — 

Andrew Stone, esq. Kew, Surrey — 

J. George, Vt. Stopford, son of the Earl of Courtown, I. P. 



254 



.96 



239 
214: 



\ 



Anthony Storer, esq, — — 43. 117 

J, Smith, Lord Strange, son of the Earl of Derby, Preston, 

Lane. — —94 

Sir John Strange, kt. Layton Grange, Essex — 49 

James Strange, esq. — ^ 195 

William Slrahan, esq. King's Printer — 217 

Andrew Strahan, esq. son (o ditto, King's Printer 6S 

Henry Sttachey, esq. Sutton-Court, Som. 

Hon. Edward Stratford, son of Vise. Aldborough, I. P. 

Glenham, Es5e.f; — 

George Stratton, esq. Great Tew, Oxf. — 

Richard Stratton, esq, Charlton, Kent — 

William Strode, esq. Punshorn. Hertf. — 

John Strutt, esq. Terling-place, Maiden, Essex 

John Holden Strutt, esq. son of ditto — 

Hou. James Stuart (Wortley), 2d son of the Earl of 

Bute, Aston, Herts — 276, 315 

Hon. Frederick Stuart, 3d son of the Earl of Bute — ib. 

Hon. Charles Stuart, 4th son of ditto — 34. 61.315 



124. 238 



ij8 

74 



J 



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Lord Evelyn J. Stuart, 2d son of the Marquis of Bute 



Lord Wm. 
Sir Simeon 

« 

Jdmes 

John Sofaaw 

Andrew 

Sir John B. 

Humphry 

Charles 

William 

Maurice 

Laurence 

John 



Stuart, 3d son of ditto 
Stuart, bt. Hartley Maduit, Hants 
Stuart, esq. — — 

Stuart, esq. Greenock, Renfrewsb. - 
Stuart, esq. Craigthbm, Lanarksh. , 
Stuart, bart. Fettercairn, Kincardineshire 
Sturt, esq. Horton and Critchill House, Dors* 
Sturt, esq. son of ditto, Brownsea Castle, Dors. 
Sturges, esq. Acton-hall> Worcestershire 
Suckling, esq. Comptroller of the Navy 
Sullivan, esq. Ponsborne, Herts 
Sullivan, esq. Richings Park, Bucks 



262 
ib. 

276 

64. 289 
287 



Sir Rich.Joseph Sullivan, bart. Thames Ditton, Surrey 



George 
Sir George 
Lord Rbbert 

Lord George 

George 



60 

66 

163 

157 

j6. 149 

216 

243 
i8i 

285 



84. 



— 129 



Sumner, esq. Hatchband, Surrey 
Suttie, bt. Balgone, Haddingtonsh. 
Sutton, 2d son of the Duke of Rutland, 

Kelham, Notts. 
Sutton, 3d son of the Duke of Rutland, 

Hanby Linel, and Kelham, Notts. 108. 132 
Sutton, esq. son of Lord G. Sutton io8. 132 

John Manners Sutton, esq. brother of ditto «- 132 

Tho. Manners Sutton, esq. brother of ditto -— ib* 
Sir Richard Sutton, bt. Norwood, Notts. 85. 232. 235. 241 
James Sutton, esq. New Park, near Devizes, Wilts 2i6 

Sir John Swinbum, bt. Cbapheaton, Yorksli. 2Z 

Anthony Lang. Swymmer, esq. Longwood House, Hants 156 

Sir Christopher Sykes, bt. Sledmere, Yorksh. -^ 236 

Sir Francis Sykes, Basildon, Berks, bt. *— ' 6 

Francis Will. Sykes, esq. son of ditto "^ ib. 

Symons, esq. Meende, Heref. *- 6i 

Symons, bt. ditto «^ ib* 

Symons, esq. Lanstinan, f'emb. 252 

Symonds, esq, Mund-park, Herefordshire 8 c 

Symes, esq. «— «— 207 

Symcs, esq. ■ — p — 323 



John 

Sir Richard 

John 

Tho. Powell 

Michael 

George 



[Vol, XI. J 



LI 



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^ 



^6- 

Hon. John Talbot, brother to Lord Talbot — iji 

Sit Ch^s. Hen. Talbot, bt. Bel^st, Ireland ~. a^' 
John Chetwynd Talbot, esq. soa of diito, Ingistrie, Staff, af* 

terwards Earl Talbot — ii<j 

Roger Talbot, esq. Woodcnd, Yorkshire — 234 
John Tarleton, esij. Finch Houw, near Liverpool, 

Lane. — — 34|i 

Banastie Tarleton, esq. biother to ditto, a Lieut. -Gen, 100 

William Tatton, esq. — — 3361 

Francis, M. of Tavistock, only son of the Duke of Bedf(>t|l x 

Clement Taylor, esq. Maidstone, Kent -^ ^ 

MichaelAngeloTajlor, esq. Pgrk-hjll, near Bantrey^ Yorksb. 61. 

176. 207 
Charles Wm. Taylor, esq. Burcott House, Som. and Pur- 
brook Park, Hants — 1^3 
Peter Taylor, esq. Purbrook Park, Hants 148. 157 
Robert Paris Taylor, esq. son of ditto, Grateley Lodge, 

Hants — — 118 
John Tempest, esq. Sherbom, near Durham, and 

Wynyard, near Stockton, I>uih. 71 

Jolin Tempest, esq. son of ditto — ib. 
Sir Henry Vane Tempest, be. Long Newton and Wynyaxd, 

near Stockton, Ourham — ib. 
John Hen. Vise. Templeton, LP. — 1751 
George Templer, esq. Chapwick, Som. — 54 
Richard, Earl Temple, eldest son of the Marquis of BucktDgh. S 
Alei:ander Thistlethnayte, esq. Winterslowe and South- 
wick, Hants — — 154 
Robert Thistlethwayte, esq. Noiman-court and South- 
wick, Hants — — lb. 
Thomas Thlstlethwaite, esq. — 154 
Sir Edmund Thomas, bt. Wenvoe-Caslle, Glamorg. 211. 261 
Sir George Thomas, bt. Dale Park, near Arundel, and 

Westgate HoUEe, CHcherter, Suswx 196 
Ceorg9 



( 5^5 ) 

George M^Uto^ Tiioraas, esq. Chichester and Watergate 

house, near Midhurst, and Yapton Place, 
near Arundel, Sussei: -^ 

Fercy, Earl of -l^omcmd, I. P. Shotgrove, Essex 151. 



No. 



188 
235 



Bcilbj 
Charles 

John 

Henry 

Robert 



Thompson^ esq, Eserkke, near York, and 

Sonjon, Hants — 

Thompson, esq. Vice* Admiral of the Blue 
Tl^ompson, esq. Bentley Heath, Warw. and 

€roldingham-Park, Herts — - 

Thorahaagh (Hewitt), esq. Shire Oaks, Notts. 
Thornton, esq. Clapham, Surrey — - 

Thornton,e6q. brother of ditto, Clapham, Surr, 



Samuel 
William 
Sir John 
Thomas 
Henry 
Peter Isaac 



231. 234 
113 

222 
129 
181 

73- 
150 

226 

225 

103 



Thornton, esq. brother of ditto, Clapham, Surr. 
Thornton, esq. Thomville, near York 
Thorold, bt. Syston Park, Line. — 

Thoroton, esq. Screweton, Notts. 132. 193. 232 

Thrale, esq. Streatham, 'Surrey — > 18 c 
Thelusson, esq. a merchant in London, R.en« 
dlesbam House, Sufiblk, now Lord Rendles- 

ham, LB. «— 290. 21ft 

Charles Thelusson, esq. brother to ditto — • 222 

CJoorge Woedf. Thelusson, esq. — - — 181 
Edward Thurlow, esq. Knight'« I}ill, ncarDulwich, 

Kent, afterwards Lord Thurlow 171 

J<;ffan Harvey Thursby, esq. Abingdon, North^mp. 107 
Hon. Henry F. Thynne, brother to Vise. Weymouth, Comps- 

£ord, Glouc. now Lord Carteiet 83. i-(!y 

Lord George Thynne, 2d son of the IVfarquis of Bath 83 

Lord John Thynn^B, 3d son of the Marquis of Bath ib^ 

George Tiemey, esq. a merchant in London — • 73 

William, M. of Titchfield, now Duke of Portland — "Bf. 

Willie, M. irfTitcbfittkU aon of ditto ^ Sf ^ 



:^3 



Jdin 
iUchard - 

Ponsonby 



Tomlinspii, jun. esq. £a3t Bacnet, Midd. 194 
Tcmton, esq. Downs Plape, near Windsor, 

Berks, and Barnes,. Surrey . — * 4 

Tottenham, esq. Merrion-squarci Dublin 380 

LI2 H04 





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So. 


Hon. Wilbr.h 


, ToUemache, brother to the Earl of Desalt, 






Cnlveley hall, Chcsh. — 21. 


Ill 


].m» 


Topping, esq. — — 


25 


Samuel 


Touchet, esq. Epping Forest, Esses 


67 


Isaac 


Townshend, esq. Thorpe, Surrey 


91 


Chauncy . 


Townsbend, esq. merchant in London 2oS. 


314 


J«ne. 


Townshend, esq. eldest son of ditto, Bruce 






Casile, Middlesex — 25 


). gr 


Hon, George 


Townshend, now Marquis Townshend — 


114 


Lord John 


Townshend, 2d son of ditto, Feltham- house. 






Middlesex — 16. 110. 


217 


Lord Chailes 


Townshend, 4th son of ditto — 


117 


Hon. Chacies 


Townshend, 2d son of Viscount Townshend, 






Adderbury, Oxf. — 27. 75. 


117 


Hon. Thomas 


Townshend, brother to Vise. Townshend, 






Trognal, Kent — — 


16 


Tbomat 


Townshend, esq. son of ditto, Frognal, Kent, 






now Vise. Sydney — 


>6S 


Wm. Augustu 


5 Townshend, brother of Viscount Sydney 


'6j 


Hon. John T. 


Townshend, eldest son of ditto — 


lb. 


Charles 


Townshend, esq, Honingham, Norf. 


117 


Henry 


Townshend, esq. 2d son of the Hon. Thomas 






Townshend — — 


.78 


John 


Townson, esq. a Director of the East India 




Company — — . 


IJ3 


Thomas 


Tracy, esq. Sandy well- hull, Glouc. 


76 


j™„ 


Trail, esq. — — 


'75 


George 


Treby, esq. Plympton Earle, Dev. — 


53 


George Hale 


Treby, esq. son of ditto — 


ib. 


Barlow 


Trecothick, e^q. Addington, Kent — 


Ill 


Sir Christophe. 


■ Treise, kt. Lenathan, Cornwall — 


25 


G.Leveson.Vt.Trentham, now Marquis of Stafford 


168 


G. Levpson, Vt. Treniham. eldest son of ditto— (see Gower) 167. 


170 


Sir William 


Trelawney, Eudsbend, Cornwall, bt. 


29 


William 


Trevanion, esq. Carhais, Cornwall ^ 


33 


John 


Trevanion, esq, Windsor, Beiks 31. 


240 






sif 



( 5*7 ) 



Sir Jolin 

Browse 

Fienes 

Sir Thomas 

John 

John 

Charles 

Clemetit 



No. 

Trevelyan, bt. Nettlecomb, Som. and WaU 
lington, Northumb. — 126. 14$ 

49 
122 

117 

64 

48 

148 

148. 190 



Trist, esq. Bowden, Dev. — • 

Trotman, esq. Shelswell^ Oxf. — 

Troubridge, bart. — 

Tucker, esq. Weymouth, Dors. ■*- 

Tuckfield, esq. Little Fulford, Dev. 
Tudway, esq. of the City of Wells, Som. 
Tudway, esq. son of ditto — 



Hon. John 
Hon. H^nry 
Richard 
Sir John ' 
Sir. Edward 



WiHiam JoUiffe Tuffhell, esq. Nunmunckton, Yorksh. and 

Waltham, Essex -— 

George Forster Tuffnell, esq. Langleys, Essex, and Hockton^ 

• Line. — — 

Tufton, brother to the Earl of Thanet 
Tufton, brother to ditto — 

Turberville, esq. Glamorg. — 

Turner, bt. Wareham, Norf. — 

Turner, bt. Ambroseden, Oxf. — 

Sir Gregory P, Turner, bt. son of ditto^ Ambroseden, Oxf. 

and Battlesdon, Bedf. — 

Turner, bt. Kirkleatham, Yorksh. «— 
Turner, bt. son of ditto, of ditto — ^ 

Turner, kt. an Alderman of London 
Tunvfer,' esq. Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire 
Tylniey, I. P. Wanstead-house, Essex 
Sir Charles Kv Tynte, bt. Halsewell, Som. and Kevenraabley, 

: J '. • Glamorg. •«-• — 145 

George, £v^ of Tyrconhel, I. P.^ the Homme, Heref. and 

. Randalls, Surrey . '«— 149 

George, E. of Tyrconnel, L P. son of ditto, the Homme, 

Heref. and Clermont, Surrey 128. £26 

Thomas Drake Tyrwhitt, esq. — J2 

Thomas Tyrwhitt, esq. Secretary to the Prince of 

Wales — — 51 

Thomas Jones Tyrwhitt, esq. Carreghova, Dcnb. — ■ .558 



Sir Charles 
Sir Charles 
$r Barnard 
Edmund 
John, Earl 



— 236 



ib. 

201 

9^ 
26c 

ri6 

133 

236 
225 
226 
181 
190 
2.12 



L13 



u.v. 



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Ricliard, Vise. VALLETORT, now Earl of Mowitedge- 

curabe — — aj 

Charles Van, esq. Llati-y-veco, Breconshire Zj9 
Hon. Frederick Vane, brother to the Earl of Darlington, 

Chelsea. AJiddleses — 70 
Hon. Rabf Vane, 2d brother to the Earl of Darlington, 

R*by Castle, Durham — 43, 76 
Sir Frederick F. Vane, bt. Button, Cumberland, 43. 70-. 34J 

Sir Gerrard W. Van Neck, ht. Heveningham, Suffolk 74 



Sir Joshua 


Van Neck, bt. brother of ditto, Shrubland, 






Suffolk, bt. now Lord Huntingfield, I. P. 


ib. 


Sir Godftey 


Vassal, bl. Battle Abbey, Sussex — 


68 


Arthur 


Vansittart, jun. esq. Shottesbroolc, Berks 


3 


Henry 


Vansitiart, esq. Fawley Court, Berks — . 


5 


Nicholas 


Vansittart, esq, — 3i6. 


■ 239 


George 


Vansitiart, esq. Bisham Abbey, Berks 


3 


Hon. Wiimot 


Vaughan, afterwards Viscount and Earl of 






Lisburre, I. P. Croswood, Cardig. ijg 


.351 


Hon. Sir John 


Vaughan, s.B. brother to ditto — 


128 


Hon. John 


Vaughan, id son of the Earl of Lisburne, I.P. 


2J2 


Sir Robert W. 


Vanghan, ht. Narney, Merion. — 


263 


William 


Vaughan, esq. Corseygcdol and Namey, 






Merionethahirc — — 


351 


John 


Vaughan, esq. Golden Grove, Carmarth. 


2i3 


Evan Llojd 


Vaughan, esq. Coisegedol. Mcrkm; — 


263 


Eenjaniin 


Vaughan, esq. — — 


209 


James 


Veitch, esq. Elliock, Dumfnes-d.ire 


379 


Jan,es 




289 


George Veil, 


Vernon, esq. Sudbury, Drrb. afterwards 





J 



Hbh* Gc)Qlf|;^T.VkMoh, ddest son of G. V. Vertion, esq. 

tfolir Ldrd Vernon^ Norwich t^arki Sussex 83. 

193. 261 
Qiarks V^lreler, es4* Liiiierick — 353 

ftfchard Vernon, esq. Hilton, Staff* 2. 51. 55. 170 

Hiifnry Vem«n, tiq. brother of dittd «— 1 7P 

Churles Vemdn, esq. New Forest, iiahts — - 17 1 

Thomas Vernon, esq. Hanbury Hall, Wore. i2d 

£d^rard Vernon, esq. Nacton, Suffolk -^ 173 

Faucis Vfe'ftiotty esq. iiephew and \iAt of ditto, Kic- 

t6ii, duffolk, afterwarcis Lord Orwell, ^d 

tflfl of Shipbrobk, I. P. — ib; 

V^Hion, kt. Fariihatn, Surrey — 229 

Verne;^, J. P. Rtiddle Clajtbii, J^ucks 8. 13. 254 
d. Bttssy, Vt. VllUerS, ndi^ Earl of J^sey, ^iddletonstoney, 

Oxf. «. — - 171. 24Q 

0. Mason, Vt. Villlers, i<o# tirl Graridlsdri, I. P. — 142 
Hon. TboMs Vilfiers, brbther to ihe Ea'rl of Jersey, after-: 

wards Earl of Clarendon, Grove, Herts 1 7 x 

Hon. JdhrtC. Vilft^rs, 2(1 ^oii of ditto — 57.216 

HbL Otbtgi VUtittS^ jd ion of ditto — 

Sit Frabcfc * Vltrfcent, bt. Stoke D'Aberton, Surre^ 
John, tiA of Vpp€t Os^tf, t.P. Amjithill, #edf. 
fxAkif Eatl of Upper Oisory, I. P. sbii of difto — 



S!r Charles 
Ralph, katl 



John 

ILbheH 

lioicit 



199 
186 
i 
ib. 
20^ 
103 



Rbb 



ert 



Upt!oh, 'fiii. es^. Ittiddletob, Wiibn. 
Vynef, ۤ([. TuphAi Halt, line. 
Yyner, esq. Gautby, near I^orncasfle ami 

iKdnoti, Chishiie — 5^'i<^i'^i4 

Vyner, esq% son of ditto, Etsfiami near Brig, 

YoMtSit — ~ i<fi 



W. 



Sb William WAKE, btfrt. Courteen^faall, No^hamptonATdK' i 
Chalrles Walcot, esq. Walcot, Salop — 64 

L 1 4 Hop. 



> 



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/r«. 



Hon. John 
Jaipes 
Thomas 
John 

Edmund 

Robert 

fohn 

Lewis Bayley 

Hon. Henry 



Waldejprave, (afterwards Earl Waldegrave) fj^ 
Wallace, esq. Carleton HaU, Cumberland 189 

Wallacei esq. son of ditto -^ 30. 32 

Waller, esq. son of Edmund Waller, Hall* / 

I 

barn, Bucks — — i* 

Waller^ esq. Hall-bam, Bucks — > 

Waller, esq. Hall-barn, Bucks — 

Waller, esq. —7 — 

Wallis, esq. —7 -r- 

Wallopy brother to the Earl of Portsmouth 



10 
lb. 
ib. 

165 
166 



Hon. Coulson Wallop^ son of the Earl of Portsmouth 
Horace Walpole, esq. brother to the Earl of Orford^ 

(afterwards Lord Walpole) WoUerton 115 

Hon. Horatio Walpole, eldest son of ditto, (now Lor4 

. Walpok), ^ollerton, Norfolk — 11$ 
Hon. Horatio Walpole, eldest son of ditto -^ 98. 116 

Hon. George Walpole, 2d son of I^prd Walpole -— 46 

Hon. Sir Edw. Walpole^ k. b. 2d son of the ist Earl of Oxford, 

Frogmore, Berks «— •— X17 

Hon. Iloratio Walpole, 3d son of the 1st E. of Orford» (after- 
wards Earl of Orford) Strawt>erryhill, Midd. Jri5 
Hon. Richard Walpole, 2d son of Horatio, ist Lord Walpole 1^7 
Hon. Thomas Walpole, 3d son of Horatio, ist Lord Walpole^ 

Hayes^ Kent — ^6» 116. 177 

Hon* R» Boyle W^lsiugham, brother to the Earl of Shannon, 

Gainsborough, Lincolnshire — - 36. 2:^7 

Walsh, esq. — " ^^ 78. 182 

Walter, esq. Devonshire, brother of the late 

Lord Rolle — 47. 4^ 

Walter, esq. Clifton, Stalbridge, Somersetshire 153 
Brigue B. JiOrd Waltham, I. P. Newhall, Essex — 64. 74 
John Walsh, esq. Hockenhall, Cheshire — 220 

James Walwyn, esq. Longworth, Herefordshire 81 

Hon. John Ward, (afterwards Vise. Dudley and Ward) 218. 219 
Hon. William Ward, brother of ditto, (now Viscount Dudley 

and Ward) — . *• 220 

M«rt Ward^esq. -, — 44 

Walter 



John Benn 
^phn JColle 

^dward 



Waring, es^. Owlbury, Salop — 144. 198 
Waring, esq. Edwardston Grovei and Grough- 

ton Place, SuflFblk — 198 

Warkworth, SOD of the £arl of Northumberland, 

(now Duke of Northumberland) 1x0 

Warren, k.b* Stockport and Poynton^ Lane. 98. 248 



Walter 
Walter 

Hugh Lord 

■Sir George 

Sir John3orIace Warren, bart. la ttle Mario w, Bucks "— 14 

Sir Patrick Warrender, bart. Lochend, Haddingtonshire 312 

Dalhousie Watherston^ esq. Manderston, Berwickshire 105 
l^on.L.MonsoD Watson, Rockingham Castle, Northampton, 

(afterwards Lord Sondes) • -— 89 
Watson^ eldest son of ditto, (now Lord Spndes) 

Lees Court, Kent -— • 23 c 

Watson, 2d son of Lord Sondes — 90 

Watson — — 90 

Watson, esq. East Sheen, Surrey — 1 1 1 



Hon. Lewis 



Hon. George 

Hon. John 

Brooke 

Thomas 

James 

Henry 

Benjamin 



Watson, esq. Grindon Bridge, Northumberland 128 



Watson, esq. Recorder of Bridport — 

Wauchope, esq« Caikmuir, Edinburghshire 
Way, esq. Denham Place, Middlesex 
John Richmond Webb, esq. — - -^ 

Philip Carteret Webb, esq. Busbridge, Surrey •— 



66 

27d 

66 

34 

186 



Nathaniel 
John 



Webb, esq. Taunton and Roundhill, Vomers. 149.152 
Webb, L.L.D. Gloucester .City and Cotehouse, 



Gloucestershire — 77 

Webster, bart. Battle Abbey^ Sussex 195 

Webster Vassal, bart. ditto 246 

Wedderbum, bart. *• — • ' 306 

Wedderburn, esq. Mitcham, Surrey (now 

Lord Loughborough) Vj[. 119. 144. 230. 315 
Wedderbum, esq. (afterwards Earl of Rosslyn) 5K 
Weddell, esq. Newby, Yorkshire 227. 233 

Hon. C.Hope Weir, brother to the Earl of Hopetoun, 

Craigiehall, Linlithgowshire •— 290 

Hon. James Wemyss, 3d son of the Earl of Wei^yss, Fifesh. 

283. 296 
pon. Frederick West, uncle to Earl Delawar — 238 

William 



Sir Whistler 
Sir Godfrey 
Sir David 
Alexander 

Alexander 
William 



Willisim WemyM, ^. Wemyss, l^iM. 283. 29^ 

Sir Wto. EAfle Welbjr, Bart. — ^ . ib& 

Hon. Arthur Welletley, k.b. brptIierx>fMafqvii8 Welledey 244 
Philij^ Visfct. Wediban, I. P, son olf attlo, ffeaine-Park, 6kt. ±53 
Gddfrcy WentwbrtB, esq. -^ 

Hon. Tho. Fta. Weiiihan, brother of 4iCt6, Oxford City 
James Went, ^sq. Alscot, Warwickshire 

James West, jiihr. esq. son o^ ditto — 

Charles Callis Westerh, esq. t'elix-hally £sset «— 

Herbert ft.. Westfalliig, esq. Rudhall, HereforilsBife 
Wm.Hen.L6rd Westcote, I^ P. bro'dier of George Lord Lyt- 

teltoriy (liow Lord Lyttelioh) — 223 

Hoii. Frederick West, esq. — — - 258 

Tho. Viscount Weymouth, eldest son oi^ t^ Mafq. of BAtti ^3. 147 



31 

85. ±1% 
232 

\ 
118 



John 

Richard 

'Thomas 

l*homas 

Matthew 

Matthew 

John 

Samuel 

Samuel 

William 
Thomas 

John > 

Jartjes 

Isaac 

Sit Charles 

Richard 
Thomas 
James 
£d'mund 



Wharton, esq. Sbelton Castle, Yorkshire 
Wharton, esq. i— — • 

Whafeley", esq. IVonsuch; Surrey 
Whichcote, esq. Harpsvi^ell, Lincolnshire 
White, esq. a meixh^t in London 
White, e^. 



235 

lip. 215 

242 
242 



White, esq. WalUngwalU, Nottinghamshire 131 
W^hitbread, esq. Cardihgtc^, Bedf. and Bedwell 

Park, Hertfordshire — 2. 194 

Whitbtead, esq. son of ditto, Cardington, £ed£ 

and Bedwell Park, ftertfordshire ^^ 2 

Whitibore, esq* Slaughter, Gloucestershire 141 
Whitmore, esq. nephew of ditto, Apley, Salop 

141. 143 
Whitniorie, esq. Epsom, Surrey — 141 

Whitshed, esq. Hampton Court, Middlesex 78 

Whittington, esq. oiie of tHe Clerks in Chancery .12 
W&itworth, knt. Laybom^, Kent, and Black- 
ford, Somersetshire -— 27. 3i« 151 
Whitworth, esq. iSatchacre, Salop — 169 
Wiggins, esq. — — 51 
Wigley, esq. Scraptoft, Leicestershire 102 
Wigley, esq. ditto ditto 220 

Edmund 



C 523 ) 

Sir Robert Wigrami barti — 

Sir {Robert . 'Wigram, no of ditto 

Rt. Hon. Wm. Wickham -•. . 

Raadle 

George 

Rqger 

William 



379 

97 
ib. 



George Francis Wilder, esq. 
John Francis .Wilder, esq* 



Wilbraham, esq* Rheadehall^ Cheshire 
Wilbraham, esq. — -*• 

Wilbrabam, esq. Cornwall *— 

Wilber&rce, esq^ Coniston and Markington, 

Yorkshire -^ — I24. 216 



196 

II. 109 
i69 



lliomas Wildman, esq. r— 

James Wildman^ esq. brother to ditto - 

John Wilkes, esq. Avlesbury, Bucks — 

Walter Wilkins, esq, MaesloRgfa, Radfiofflhiire 

Jwab Wilkinson, esq. Havergate and Adfcsmai^cbes^ 

Norfolk -* — . ^4. 1I8 

Wilkinson, esq. Borodghbridge^ Yorkshire 235 

Wilkinson, esq. son of ditto — ^ ib.*, 

'^Hiamson, Bomham, Nof£E>]k — 216 

Willes, «sq. -fc- — jt 

Willes, esq. — — 82 

Willc^, esq. New Park,. Wiltshire — 210 

WiUet, esq. Merbj, Porsetdiire «— 243 

WiHrams, esq. .-*< — 27 

Williams^ esq. . . — — - 4 

Sir C. Hanbury Williams, k. b. Cojkbrooke, Monmouthshire 82 

Sir Wm. Pjeere Williams, bart. C^ictoter, ^Sussex — 192 

WflKams, bart. Ca^tiljor^ Anglesey and Nant, 

Carnarvonshire «<i» 248 
Williams, ^sq. Penb^w^ Selib^h6hire, and 

Erbistock^ l^tsMre ^ 264 

Williams, esq. •«- -— (Xxf 
Williams^ esq. lianidan^ Angks^a, and 

Temple-house, Berks -- *^ 14 

Williams, esq. son pf ditto — ib. 

WiHiams, bart. Naot^ Qaftntrvonshifre ^S5 

Williams, esq. — 253 
Willoughby, esq. 



Andrew 

Charles 

^inkney 

John 

Edward 

William 

JohnWillet 

John 

John 



Sir Hugh 

Watkin 

Robert 
Thomas 



Owen 
l^r Robert 
James H» 
Henry 



132 
Hotv* 



( 524 ) 



No: 



129 



Hon. Thomts Willougkb^ry West Lake, Nottinghftmshire, 

(afterwards Lord Mfddleton) — 

Sir T. Spencer Wilson, bt. Uckfield, Sussex, and Charlton^ 

Kent — * — 187 

John Wilmot, esq. Berkswcll, Warwickshire 159. 198 

William Wilson, esq. Heythorpe, Leicestershire 28.152 

Richard Wilson, esq. Datchet, Surrey "— 52 

Charles M. of Winchester,* (afterwards Duke of Bolton) 158 

William Windham,- esq. Felbrig, Norfolk — i- MfS^ 

William Windham, esq. ditto -— 40. 114. 115. 243 

Sir Rowland Winn, bart. Nostell- Abbey, Yorkshire 238 

SirG. Allanson Winn, bart. (now Lord Headley, I, P.) 

firamham -Biggen, Yorkshire "— 229 

Winnington, bt. Stanford Courts Worces. 221. 223 
Winnington, bt. ditto — 223 

Winterton, L P;- Winterton, Norfolk^ and 

• ShellenleSgh, Sussex «^ 

Wir.gfield, €»q. --— • 

Wodehouse, bart. Kimberley, Norfolk 
Wodehouse, *bart. ditto (now Lord Wode- 
house) — — 
Wolseley, esq. son of Sir W. Wolseley, Rich- 
mond, Surrey — 
Womb well, bart. Womb well, Yorkshire, and 

Walthamstow, Essiex ^- 

Wodehouse, esq. — 

Wood, esq. Littleton j Middlesex — 

Wood, esq. Under Secretary of State 
Wood, esq. — • _ 

Wood, esq.' Limegrove, Surrey — 
Wood, csq^. Pierceficld, Monmouthshire 
Woodley, esq. Chilham-castle, Kent 
Woplaston, esq. Finborough, Suffolk 
H. C. Marq. of Worcester, son of the Duke of Beaufort, 

Newcastle, Staffordshire — 76. 113. 146 
SJr Richard Worslcy, baft. Appuldcrcomb, Hants 160. 162 

Sir 



Sir Edward 
Sir Edward 
Edward Earl 

William 
Sir Armine 
Sir John 

Charles 

Sir George 

John 

Thomas 

Robert 

A. James 

Robert 

Mark 

William 

William 



»93 

114 
^53 





88 




214 




109 




123 




185 


3»- 


iji 


132 


•153 


214. 


218 




»73 



( s^s ) 



No. 

208 

158 

ib. 



William Woolmore, esq, •'^m 

James Worsley, esq. Stanburj, Isle of Wight 

Edward Meux Worsley, esq. Gatecomb, ditto jp 

Thomas Worsley, esq. Hovingham, Yorkshire ' 41. 175 

Hon, J. Stuart Wortley, Wortley, Yorkshire, brother to the 

' ; Marqais of Bute _ -« 34 

Arch, J. Stimrt Wortley 9^ esq. — . — jy 



Nathaniel 



Wrazall, esq. Wraxall, Somersetshire, and • 

. Lalham Green, Surrey — • 2o6« 215 

Wray, bart. Summer-castle, Lincolnshire, 

and Gleningfordy Yorkshire no, ijt 

Wright, esq. Gothurst, Leicestershire 102 

Wright, esq. — 135 

Wrightson, esq. Cusworth, Yorkshire xx 

Wrotteslcy, bart. Wrottesley, Staffordshire 167. 170 



SirCectt 

George 
John Atkins 
Thomas 
Sir John 

John H. £arl Wycombe, son of the Marquis of Lansdown 10 

Matthew Wyldbore, esq. Peterborough, Northamptonshire 121 

William Wyndham, esq. fiungay, Suffolk «« 26 

Sir W. Knatch. Wyndham, bart. Mersham Hatch, Kent 89 

Hon.PercyCha, Wyndham, ^ brother to the Earl of Egremont 88 
Hon. Cha.Wm. Wyndham, ditto — « 55. 192, 187 

Henry Penrud. Wyndham, esq. New 3arum — 203 

Thomas Wyndham, esq. .i.. iSt 

Sir Watkin W, Wynn, bart.Wynnstay, Denbighshire, and 

Llanfydr, Montgomeryshire . — 139. 257 
Sir Watkin W. Wynn, bart. sonof ditto, Llanvorda, Salop 248. 257 
Henry W. W. Wynn, esq. — — J 90 

Sir John Wynn, bart. Glanlivon, Carnarvonshire 255. 256 

Sir Thomas Wynn, bart. son of ditto, Glanlivon and Glyn, 

Carnarvonshire, (now Lord Newborough) 
LP. — — 3S'2S5 

Wynn, esq. 2d son of ditto^ Carnarvon Town 256 
Wynn, esq. — 367 

Wynn, knt. Bodvyan, Carnarvonshire 256 

Wynn, esq. Bodyscallcn, ditto — ib. 

Wynn, esq. Plesncwydd| Denbighshire 26^ 



Glynn 

Owen 

Sir William 

Robert 

R. Watkin 



Y. 



C s^ ) 



T. 



francis BuUer YARDS, esq. Laftaiirlioaitt Devondiire 49 

Francis, £arlofYarmoath| foa of the M« of Hertfeidi Lubiinie 317 
Rt.Hon.£.Roe Yeo^ eiq. Normantoiiy LeioettcfftUre 198 

iU* Hon. W. Yonge, bart. and &•■• Eicot, Devonshire ' 5^ 

Rt. Hon, SrG. Yonge, bait« uA kju son of dittOy Escott, Dcr. 54 
X^HamChat. Yorkt» ad son of the Earl of I^dwicke, 

Highgate, Middlesex -— 15, 183 

Hon. John Yorke, 4th son of ditto, Sondley, Berka 124. 183 
Rt. Hon. Sit i. Yorkc, k..b. fdi son of ditto (afterwards Lord 

Doipcr) — 30. 195. 240 

Philip Yotke, esq. son of the Hon. Charles Yorke, 

(now Earlof Hardivicke), Hamels^ Camb. 16 
Qiarles Yorke, esq. brother of ditto «— ib« 

^ilip Yorke, esq. Erthig, Denbighshire 26. xo8 

Simon Yorke, esq. son of ditto -— j 08 

John Yorke^ esq. Richmond, Yorkshire — ^ 230 

Thomas Yorke, esq. ditto — ih. 

Sir Jos. Sidney Yorke, kt. son of the Bish<^ of Ely^ Sidney 

Farm, Southampton — ^ 183 

Sir WHliam Young, bart. Huntercomb and Delaford, Berks 40 
liitch ^^'^uig, esq. Roehampton, Surrey — 294 



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